Woman: In your family, who is funny?
Man: My dad is very funny!
Woman: Who is hard working?
Man: My mom is very hard-working. She has two jobs.
Woman: And who is really smart?
Man: My sister is smart. She is a doctor.
Woman: Is your math class hard?
Man: Yes, it is very difficult.
Woman: Why is it hard?
Man: Well, the teacher is strict. We have lots of homework.
Woman: Oh, that sounds tough.
Woman: Did you like the movie?
Man: No, it was so boring.
Woman: Really, I liked it. It was interesting.
Man: Really! The story was so slow!
Woman: Really, I thought the story was cool!
Man: What about the acting?
Woman: It was OK. Not great, but not bad.
Man: I agree!
Woman: Where do you shop?
Man: At the Lakeside Mall. The stores are cheap there.
Woman: Really! I think the mall is expensive.
Man: Some stores. But some stores are really cheap.
Woman: Do you like the food there?
Man: No, the food is not very delicious.
Woman: I agree. It is very bland.
Man: The cafes are good, though.
Adjectives and Adverbs of Intensity
- My dad is funny.
- My sister is smart.
- The movie was interesting.
- The food is delicious.
- I have a big house.
- He is a funny guy.
- She is a good cook.
- He is a lazy student.
- The test is so hard.
- She is very nice.
- The lake is really beatiful.
- The movie is really long!
- He is not nice.
- His house is not very big.
- She is not free today.
- They are not happy with their jobs.