Jumat, 18 Februari 2011

[Grammar] Complaining Adjective

We can use adjectives to complain about something, for example:
The bed is too hard. The bed isn't soft enough.
The bathroom is too dirty. The bathroom isn't clean enough.
The bedroom is too messy. The bedroom isn't tidy enough.
The bathroom is too small. The bedroom isn't big enough.


The shoes are too big. The shoes aren't small enough.
The bags are too heavy. The bags aren't light enough.
The steak is too raw. The steak isn't cooked enough.
The cashier is too rude. The cashier isn't polite enough.

Basically, we can use adjective to complain about something by using these patterns:


The (noun (uncountable or singular countable)) + is + too + adjective.
The (noun (uncountable or singular countable)) + isn't + opposite adjective + enough.

The (noun (plural countable)) + are + too + adjective.
The (noun ((plural countable)) + aren't + opposite adjective + enough.
 



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irwan mengatakan...

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Heni Puspita mengatakan...

@Kelpo, he's one of my favourite characters in Spongebob Squarepants because he's annoying hehe
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