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This lesson is about buying and selling items on online auction sites, such as eBay and eBid. It provides students with the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the vocabulary and typical format of item listings on such sites. They will closely read and then write their own item listings, using adjectives and persuasive language.
This lesson focuses on the use of –ed/-ing adjectives in the context of watching television. Students will practise using the adjectives to talk about their viewing habits.
Watch the video of Anne talking about what she likes watching on TV, then answer the questions.
We can use comparative and superlative adjectives to describe or compare two or more people or things.
Some adjectives go with certain prepositions. There is no real pattern – you need to learn them as you meet them.
Have you ever lost anything? How did you describe what you lost?
What’s the difference between the English adjectives ‘boring’ and ‘bored’? Do you know?