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Level 4.8 Complaining Adjectives

Written By Heni Puspita on Thursday, March 24, 2011 | 11:03 PM



Angela : Hi, Lauren. How was your holiday?
Lauren : It was terrible!
Angela : What’s wrong?
Lauren : The hotel was too bad. It wasn’t good enough.
Angela : What about the bedroom?
Lauren : The bedroom wasn’t big enough. It was too small for me and my sister.
Angela : I bet it wasn’t uncomfortable.
Lauren : Yeah… And the restaurant…
Angela : What’s the matter?
Lauren : The waiters and waitresses weren’t friendly enough.
Angela : How about the food.
Lauren : The food was tasteless and too expensive!
Angela : What a holiday!
Lauren : Yes, I didn’t enjoy it at all!

Basically, we can use adjective to complain about something by using these patterns:


Past form:


The (noun (uncountable or singular countable)) + was + too + adjective.
The (noun (uncountable or singular countable)) + wasn't + opposite adjective + enough.

The (noun (plural countable)) + were + too + adjective.
The (noun ((plural countable)) + weren't + opposite adjective + enough.


Present form:














The (noun (uncountable or singular countable)) + is + too + adjective.
The (noun (uncountable or singular countable)) + isn't + opposite adjective + enough.

The (noun (plural countable)) + are + too + adjective.
The (noun ((plural countable)) + aren't + opposite adjective + enough.


Source:
Picture - Reuploaded by me but I can't find the original picture/link.
Post - My English notebook. 

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