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The 50 most commonly used adjectives in English

This list of the 50 most commonly used adjectives in English is a great place to start building your English vocabulary. Adjectives improve your language skills, but you don't necessarily need a huge collection of them to start with. The adjectives in this list are sufficient to handle many simple English tasks.

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Remember, if you don't already know the opposite of the word, you can negate adjectives. For example, you can say “It's not clear” if you are not familiar with the word “confusing”. You can also combine adjectives for additional clarification and say, for example, “What you want is possible but hard” when you use the word “challenge” ) not knowing. Learning how to use these 50 adjectives correctly and using a few “tricks” to make your life easier will improve your communication skills in English.

able
bath
best
better
big
black
certain
clear
different
early
easy
economic
federal
free
full
good
great
hard
high
humane
important
international
large
late
little
local
long
low
major
military
national
new
old
only
other
political
possible
public
real
recent
right
small
social
special
strong
sure
true
white
whole
young