• US /ˈædʒɪktɪv/
  • UK /ˈædʒɪktɪv/
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  • n. 形容詞 ; 形容詞的 ; 附屬的;
  • The adjective 'big' is used when describing size

英文文法 - LIKE和AS的不同 (English Grammar - comparing with LIKE & AS)

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  1. so when we use "more," and usually an adjective -- "more"+ adjective + "than", for example,

    我們用"more"時,形容詞通常在more後面--像是"more" 接形容詞再接than" ,例如,
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最容易混淆的英文文法 - ALL or WHOLE?

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  1. these two? one, the possessive adjective -- my, his, your, etc. -- with "all" comes after

    第一個,所有格形容詞 -- my、his、your 等等 -- 它們是放在「all」後面
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初學英文常犯的五大錯誤 (5 Common English Learner Mistakes)

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  1. look at no. 4. so this one is, actually, an adjective choice

    看第四項。 這一個其實是形容詞的選擇錯誤
  2. internally, inside -- it's a personal feeling -- you should be using an -ed adjective, not

    內在、內心的個人感受- 你應該要用-ed形容詞
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應該看什麽書來學英語 (What books should I read to improve my English)

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  1. vocabulary word. this is an adjective which just means extremely large. so you can say,

  2. "misery", "misery" is a noun. the adjective is "miserable". so "misery" just means "great

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【口說英文】表達意見很重要 (Speaking English: How to express your reaction)

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  1. an adjective. okay? now, remember: these are all ex -- sorry -- exclamations. they are

    一個形容詞。OK 嗎?現在記住:這些都是感嘆句。它們是
  2. "singer". you can always use an adjective before that, but you must have a noun there,

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  1. 1. Any word that describes a noun. 2. (used by retards who submit definitions to Urban Dictionary) Any word.
    1. Adjectives include words like quick, brown, and lazy, but does not include names of products, groups, or corporations which you dislike. 2. "I just ate a pasta that tasted like shit. It was so McDonald's! Get it? McDonald's tastes like shit so I turned it into an adjective describing the pasta which also tastes like shit!" "Dude, that joke is so Family Circus. HAHAHAH! I turned Family Circus into an adjective to describe your unfunny joke! Hot damn, I'm clever." "Don't you mean to say 'Hot damn, I'm not Bush'?" "No, because then someone would think I was stating that I'm not Bush, which, although true, does not show off the cleverness of turning famous proper nouns into adjectives for the hundredth time." "Oops, I guess my advice was Tom Green." "Man, we wish we were Kurt Cobain."
  2. A word signifying a conceptual representations of an ontological possibility. What...? 1. I am not bad, I am not good, I am not smart, I am, not dumb, I am Rolyat. (whereas Rolyat is an adjective) 2. There are no adjectives that may be used to describe nothing. 3. Any adjectives, and all adjectives may describe everything. i.e; "everything sucks", "everything is great", "everything is purple"...
    Example 1. thing 1. your purple thing 2. no I am thing 2 thing 1. no, your the color purple thing 2. how do you know? thing 1. I can see you, your the same color as this room thing 2. I am purple? thing 1. yes! thing 2. Omg I am all over this room... which is purple... which is me! I am the adjective purple, ahh! Example 2. Old man. Hello young lady, I am interested in courting you.. Young lady. Ew, stay away from me perverted blah blah blah.... Old man. Excuse me, why are you calling me that adjective, perverted? Young lady. Oh.. Because I am conditioned to believe that older-men advancing on me are perverted. But now that you bring it up, I understand that it is just a mental construct that I use to frame my interactions and make more senses of the world. In fact, as far as nihilistic-existentialism goes, there is no such thing as a perv! However, your still a perv, my brain simply can not cope with the limitlessness of reality.