three syllable adjectives

Form the comparative and superlative forms of a one-syllable adjective by adding –er for the comparative form and –est for the superlative.
For adjectives with three syllables or more, you form the comparative with more and the superlative with most.

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Now we’re going to go back to the beginning and just do the words one time each with a short sentence. Repeat the word and the sentence keeping the right rhythm when it’s in a sentence.
Now, we’re going to go back to the beginning and just do the words one time each. Repeat each word and don’t worry too much about the sounds. This is a drill exercise in rhythm.

Three syllable words. List of 2,196 words that are adjectives and 3 syllables. Add length, consonants, vowels, syllables, origin, spelling and more. View word search examples.
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Learn how to use the easiest words finder here. Word lists are in the order of the most common words and most searched.

Learn how to use the easiest words finder here. Word lists are in the order of the most common words and most searched.
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three syllable adjectives, Language Skills Abroad
And that brings us to our last point: It may feel strange to say some parts of a word lower, quicker and less clear than other parts but, with practice, it will begin to feel more natural.
Hi again, Larissa! Let’s begin with three-syllable words.

Pay particular attention to the chunked words te-le-phone and e-le-phant. Breaking off the /l/ sound from the /e/ sound preceding it is a bit tricky for many children, but after a few attempts your child will be able to do it.
The two lists of three-syllable words at the top are used in the OnTrack Reading Multisyllable Method. The first list contains 55 words on four pages separated into chunks according to the method’s Main Rule and Three Exceptions. The second list contains 90 words on two pages presented as normally appearing words (called the read/chunk/spell list.)

three syllable adjectives, Language Skills Abroad

  • Verbs and prepositions usually get stress placed on the second syllable, but there are exceptions to this too.
  • Note:
    English is not one of those languages. English has its own rhythm, complete with its own vocal music. This means that one part of a certain word is said louder and longer than other parts of the same word.

    The only fixed rules for syllable stress are: 1) words can only have one stress and 2) the stress is always on a vowel.
    Interestingly, related words can have different syllable stresses (PHOto, phoTOgrapher, photoGRAPHic) and the stress pattern of homographs change their meaning (see note below). For the moment, what’s important is to understand what we mean by syllable stress and to recognize the different syllable stress patterns in English.

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    In case you didn’t notice, you can click on words in the search results and you’ll be presented with the definition of that word (if available). The definitions are sourced from the famous and open-source WordNet database, so a huge thanks to the many contributors for creating such an awesome free resource.
    The way Reverse Dictionary works is pretty simple. It simply looks through tonnes of dictionary definitions and grabs the ones that most closely match your search query. For example, if you type something like “longing for a time in the past”, then the engine will return “nostalgia”. The engine has indexed several million definitions so far, and at this stage it’s starting to give consistently good results (though it may return weird results sometimes). It acts a lot like a thesaurus except that it allows you to search with a definition, rather than a single word. So in a sense, this tool is a “search engine for words”, or a sentence to word converter.