Adjectives of Opinion ESL Games, Activities and Worksheets

Can you guess?

ESL Adjectives of Opinion Game - Vocabulary: Gap-fill, Guessing, Asking and Answering Questions from Prompts, Freer Practice - Group work - Elementary (A1-A2) - 30 minutes

In this adjectives of opinion guessing game, students practice opinion adjectives by guessing classmates' opinions. The students begin by writing three true answers for each adjective of opinion shown on their worksheet, e.g. 'I think swimming, golf and tennis are fun'. Students then take it in turns to choose one of the adjectives of opinion from their worksheet at random. Next, the student asks the other group members to guess which opinion adjective matches their three answers, e.g. 'I think swimming, golf and tennis are what?' Each group member then takes it in turn to guess the adjective. Students score one point for each correct guess. The student with the most points at the end of the game wins.
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Bertha's Bad Bistro

ESL Adjectives of Opinion Worksheet - Vocabulary and Reading Exercises: Unscrambling, Gap-fill, Table Completion - Speaking Activity: Asking and Answering Questions from Prompts, Controlled and Freer Practice - Pair work - Pre-intermediate (A2) - 25 minutes

In this adjectives of opinion worksheet, students practice common opinion adjectives and their opposites. First, students read a story and unscramble letters to create adjectives of opinion. Next, students write down the opposites of the opinion adjectives. Students then complete an email with adjectives of opinion from the previous exercises. Lastly, students rearrange words to create questions and then take it in turns to ask the questions to a partner, replying with adjectives of opinion.
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Opinion Adjectives Race

ESL Adjectives of Opinion Board Game - Vocabulary and Speaking: Forming Sentences from Prompts, Freer Practice - Group work - Pre-intermediate (A2) - 25 minutes

In this opinion adjectives board game, students practice making sentences with adjectives of opinion. Students take it in turns to roll the dice and move their counter along the board. When a student lands on an adjective of opinion square, they make a sentence with the adjective. The other group members listen and judge the sentence. If it is grammatically correct and appropriate, the student writes the noun modified by the adjective of opinion in the square. For example, if a student landed on the adjective 'powerful', they might say, 'My car is very powerful.' Since 'powerful' modifies 'car', they write 'car' in the square using a coloured pen. The word 'car' then cannot be used with any adjective of opinion for the rest of the game, so each noun can only be used once. If the sentence is not correct, the student goes back two squares. When a student reaches the finish, the game ends. The students then count up their nouns. The student with the most nouns on the board wins the game.
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What's the adjective?

ESL Opinion Adjectives Game- Vocabulary: Matching, Gap-fill - Pair work - Intermediate (B1) - 20 minutes

In this adjectives of opinion game, students play dominoes by completing sentences with suitable opinion adjectives. The first player puts one of their dominoes down on either side of the domino on the table, matching a sentence with a suitable opinion adjective or vice versa. The player then reads the completed sentence to the group. If the other players agree that the opinion adjective and sentence match, the domino remains in place. If not, the player takes back their domino. It is then the next student's turn to play. The first player to get rid of all their dominoes is the winner.
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Adjectives of Opinion Crossword

ESL Opinion Adjectives Crossword - Vocabulary and Speaking Activity: Writing Crossword Clues, Describing, Guessing - Pair work - Upper-intermediate (B2) - 30 minutes

In this free adjectives of opinion activity, students complete a crossword by describing and guessing opinion adjectives. In two groups, students invent and write down clues for the adjectives of opinion shown on their crossword. Next, students pair up with someone from the other group. Students then take it in turns to ask their partner for a clue to one of the missing adjectives of opinion on their crossword. Their partner reads out the clue for that adjective and the other student tries to guess what it is. If the student correctly guesses the opinion adjective, they write it on their crossword. If not, their partner continues to give more clues until they successfully guess the word. Finally, the students check their answers and spelling by comparing crosswords.
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Opinion Adjectives Practice

ESL Adjectives of Opinion Worksheet - Vocabulary and Reading Exercises: Identifying, Categorising, Gap-fill, Matching, Sentence Completion - Speaking Activity: Guided Discussion - Pair work - Upper-intermediate (B2) - 30 minutes

This opinion adjectives worksheet helps students to identify and practice adjectives of opinion. To begin, students read a story and underline all the opinion adjectives they can find. Next, students categorize the adjectives, according to whether they are positive, neutral, or negative. Students then complete sentence parts with the adjectives of opinion from Exercise A and match the sentence halves together. After that, students complete sentences that contain opinion adjectives with true information. Finally, students discuss their sentences with a partner and compare answers.
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