a) Faux : l'adjectif est invariable ( green eyes , green dress ) .
b) Faux : les adjectifs se placent avant le nom ( her blue and white dress ) .
c) Vrai .
d) Faux : il y a un ordre à respecter ( her boyfriend is a nice tall man ) .
e) Faux : enough se place après l'adjectif ( he is rich enough to own a Rolls - Royce ) .
a) Walt Warner's cartoon ( incredibly ) .
c) Jack Bradford's film ( very ) .
e) Marilyn Kelly's story ( quite ) .
b) Robert De Palma's movie ( rather ) .
d) Brad Cruise's motion picture ( slightly ) .
a) Jenny said she was surprised at Bill's appearance . It was very surprising .
b) Her children were really interested in this programme . They say Bill's programmes are not always interesting .
c) Bill saidhe would leave the company which is really worrying . Indeed , his manager looks worried .
d) If the programme stops , my grandmother wioll certainly be depressed . Ofcourse , the end of a programme is always a little depressing .
a) a funny old film .
b) a strange English manor .
c) an attractive dark - haired journalist .
d) a lovely young girl .
e) a heartless rich businessman .
a) the poor .
b) the young .
c) the disabled .
d) the blind .
a) I am not really worried about the future of the Cannes Festival .
b) There are glamourous stars for an international audience .
c) This year , it's a very interesting and very funny movie that won the prize .
d) It's the extraordinary story of a little green man who comes from space .
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