Adjectives. Textures. How things FEEL

Bristly. A bristly brush. This FEELS bristly.

Squashy. A squashy orange. This FEELS prickly.

Prickly. A prickly chestnut. This FEELS prickly.

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Learn the correct words and pronounciation.

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Let’s look at Adjectives. Lesson One.

Using a variety of different adjectives will make both written and spoken English much more interesting. Adjectives are a verbal way to ‘paint a picture’ in the mind of the listener.

In the Video Lesson we listen to a native English speaker visiting Little India.