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Anglais

Ordre des adjectifs

Les adjectifs doivent être utilisés dans l'ordre opinion-taille-age-forme-couleur-matériau-fonction 1).

A lovely little old rectangular green French silver whittling knife.

123 mots pour remplacer l'usage de « very »

1 very afraid fearful 2 very angry furious 3 very annoying exasperating 4 very bad awful
5 very beautiful gorgeous 6 very big massive 7 very boring dull 8 very bright luminous
9 very busy swamped 10 very calm serene 11 very careful cautious 12 very cheap stingy
13 very clean spotless 14 very clear obvious 15 very cold freezing 16 very colorful vibrant
17 very competitive cutthroat 18 very complete comprehensive 19 very confused perplexed 20 very creative innovative
21 very crowded bustling 22 very dangerous perilous 23 very dear cherished 24 very deep profound
25 very depressed despondent 26 very detailed meticulous 27 very different disparate 28 very difficult arduous
29 very dirty filthy 30 very dry arid 31 very dull tedious 32 very easy effortless
33 very empty desolate 34 very excited thrilled 35 very exciting exhilarating 36 very expensive costly
37 very fancy lavish 38 very fat obese 39 very friendly amiable 40 very frightened alarmed
41 very frightening terrifying 42 very funny hilarious 43 very glad overjoyed 44 very good excellent
45 very great terrific 46 very happy ecstatic 47 very hard difficult 48 very hard-to-find rare
49 very heavy leaden 50 very high soaring 51 very hot sweltering 52 very huge colossal
53 very hungry starving 54 very hurt battered 55 very important crucial 56 very intelligent brilliant
57 very interesting captivating 58 very large huge 59 very lazy indolent 60 very little tiny
61 very long extensive 62 very long-term enduring 63 very loose slack 64 very mean cruel
65 very messy slovenly 64 very necessary essential 67 very nervous apprehensive 68 very nice kind
69 very noisy deafening 70 very often frequently 71 very old ancient 72 very old-fashioned archaic
73 very open transparent 74 very painful excruciating 75 very pale ashen 76 very perfect flawless
77 very poor destitute 78 very powerful compelling 79 very pretty beautiful 80 very quick rapid
81 very quiet hushed 82 very rainy pouring 83 very rich wealthy 84 very sad sorrowful
85 very scared petrified 86 very scary chilling 87 very serious grave 88 very sharp keen
89 very shiny gleaming 90 very short brief 91 very shy timid 92 very simple basic
93 very skinny skeletal 94 very small petite 95 very smart intelligent 96 very smelly pungent
97 very smooth sleek 98 very soft downy 99 very sorry apologetic 100 very special exceptional
101 very strong forceful 102 very stupid idiotic 103 very sure certain 104 very sweet thoughtful
105 very talented gifted 106 very tall towering 107 very tasty delicious 108 very thirsty parched
109 very tight constricting 110 very tiny minuscule 111 very tired exhausted 112 very ugly hideous
113 very unhappy miserable 114 very upset distraught 115 very warm hot 116 very weak frail
117 very well-to-do wealthy 118 very wet soaked 119 very wide expansive 120 very willing eager
121 very windy blustery 122 very wise sage 123 very worried distressed

Il faut quand même noter que pour les mots ayant plusieurs sens, un seul est décrit ici. C'est le cas, entre autres, de very clear.

Classification des émotions

Autres

Quand utiliser a ou an ? 2)

L'article indéfini est a ou an. Mais comment savoir quand utiliser a ou an ? La règle est très simple. Cela dépend de la sonorité du début du mot le suivant et non pas de la manière dont il s'écrit.

Si le mot le suivant commence par une consonne, alors il faut utiliser a.
Si le mot le suivant commence par une voyelle, alors il faut utiliser an.

Exemples :

  • a cat.
  • a human emotion.
  • an apple.
  • an umbrella.
  • a university.
  • an FBI agent.
pele_mele/anglais.txt · Dernière modification: 2019/12/08 05:25 de alexis