Practise the rules for using strong adjectives and extreme intensifiers. In this exercise, test your skills with using strong adjectives and extreme intensifiers. When you have finished the test, click the ‘View questions’ button to get more detail on your answers.
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Read the text below and decide if the strong adjectives and extreme intensifiers are used correctly.
“I’m really hungry, are you?”CorrectIncorrect
“Yes, I’m very famished! Would you like to go to the pizza place next door?”CorrectIncorrect
“Let’s go to the restaurant down the street. Their portions are more huge!”CorrectIncorrect
“I preferred the first house we visited – I thought it was more impressive than this one.”CorrectIncorrect
“Put the heating on – I’m quite freezing!”CorrectIncorrect