Negative Adjective Worksheets
As much as people like to look at the bright side and see the best in people, it is important that your students learn some negative adjectives as well. This will help them express themselves when things are not all bright and cheery.
is a creative way for students to practice some negative adjectives. It is just a simple practice exercise for after you have introduced and practiced the negative adjectives; students have to match descriptions of people with words like moody, rude, and irresponsible. There could not be a better comprehension check for these words but if you would like to use other vocabulary, it is easy to just switch out words and alter sentences. This is only one of the
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There is a list of adjectives to put in an appropriate box. Some are positive in meaning, some are negative. Your students are supposed to determine which are positive and negative, and then compl ...
The Rising Wasabi
A worksheet for busy teachers who want to enjoy their lesson while getting the best out of their students. Contains true or false questions, fill-in-the-gaps, and opinion questions about the music ...
Pre-Int Int Adv
It's good to learn new vocabulary especially adjectives related to personality. It's a fill in the gap activity where the missing words are adjectives. It would be better to show the vid ...
You can use this worksheet to improve listening and vocabulary. It's a fill in the gap excercise where the missing words are adjectives. For the first or second listening just show the video, th ...
This is a fairly easy word-formation/word-building exercise. It's the well-known story of Cinderella. Students have to transform the words in brackets to make them fit in. Students can easily do t ...
It is a classic worksheet for students to think about adjectives and then classify them. Students will be able to revise what they have learnt. This worksheet presents basic personality adjectives ...
Use this worksheet to teach students about negating affixes and affixes that make verbs. The worksheet includes some examples for each affix. Teacher should check if students know the meaning of a ...
Use this worksheet to introduce your students to the idea of word formation and the basic affixes there are for it. It can also serve as reference material for later practice. It introduces the mo ...
Based on the TV hit show House of Cards. As a lead in the students answer the questions. This is followed by students discussing the characters and the adjectives to describe them and wh ...
Students complete the questions with suitable prefixes (un-, im-, il-, ir-, dis-, in-, re-, over-, mis-). Then they answer them in pairs. This is a good exercise when you want to give them mo ...
This worksheet is useful for practicing formation of adjectives and adverbs and also their opposites. Students should already have an idea how to change verbs and nouns into adjectives and adverbs ...
A test on the use of word formation mostly suitable for secondary school level. Consists of a gap-fill task with the base forms of words listed on the right-hand margin of the document. Originally ...
This worksheet helps students to practice the use of nouns and adjectives in simple exercises, gap-filling and other ways. Teachers can use this worksheet to enhance student learning of the subjec ...
This worksheet can be used to teach vocabulary as well as speaking about everyday annoyances. The teacher can begin with a list of contemporary annoyances and elicit how they annoy the students. I ...
Here is a crossword with negative prefixes. Students are to fill in the crossword with words beginning with im-, in-, un- or ir-. There are 17 words, mostly adjectives and a few verbs. It is a one ...
A word formation worksheet. It contains two unrelated passages. Each passage has got five gaps followed by a word in brackets. Students have to use the words in brackets to form new words to fill ...
There are two sheets: one with a list of positive and negative feelings and moods, and the other with sentences to be completed. For example: When it rains I feel ... . The students are to fill in ...
Beg Elem Pre-Int Int Adv
A good warm up activity / set induction for War or Social Issues themed lessons. Words omitted from the lyric are vocabulary that can be related to the theme. Link to the video is below. Can use o ...
Pre-Int Int Adv
Here's another great worksheet with even more negative adjectives. The worksheet contains 3 pictionaries (the most common negative prefixes such as: in-, un-, dis-, im-, il-, and ir-. This workshe ...
Pictionary Nº1. This is a nice picture worksheet about negative adjectives - it includes three pictionaries with the most common negative prefixes such as the following: in-, un-, dis-, im-, ...
This worksheet is designed to help the students describing people. It teaches them the words used to describe the negative charecteristics. The students have to read the definitions carefully and ...
A reading activity on facts about star signs. Good for discussion and introduction/revision of adjectives to describe personality.
Elem Pre-Int Int
Describe a city and its buildings.
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