Use an online thesaurus (Norw. synonymordbok) in the following tasks to help you learn new adjectives that will make your writing more varied and precise.
Replace the word "good" with a different adjective:
- That is a good idea.
- You are a good friend.
- I am feeling good today.
- If you hire me, I will be a good employee.
- Is this a good way to start my speech?
Find the positive, comparative and superlative forms of all five adjectives.
Write them down in a document on your computer. When you are ready to check your answers, switch from a thesaurus to a dictionary and it will show you all three forms.
Try this out!
- Now write down 2-3 sentences of your own using the word "bad" in a Word document. Make sure the language is set to English.
- Right click in the word "bad" and go to "Synonymer". This is a quick way of finding a list of words to help you vary your language. However, make sure that you look up a new word in a dictionary before you use it in a sentence.