Wzór stopniowania przymiotnika ill – stopień równy, wyższy i najwyższy plus przykłady użycia w zdaniach.
|I'm ill so I must stay in bed.
|I'm ill, so I have to stay in bed today. Can you manage without me?
|I was very ill but I'm better now.
|Mary is ill. She's in hospital.
|A nurse has looked after my granny at home since she became ill.
|The performance was cancelled because two of the cast were ill.
|How can you send such an inexperienced nurse to a seriously ill baby?
|We're collecting money for our friend who is seriously ill.
|How long has he been ill?
|I fell ill soon after I'd found a job.
|Ralph had been ill for a while, so his death wasn't really a shock.
|Why are your ears so red? Are you ill?
|I was ill but I feel fine now.
|We're collecting for our friend who's ill. Every penny counts!
|Katie isn't at school today. Perhaps she's ill.
|Maggie says she's tired. I think she's ill.
|I wasn't prepared for what he told me. I had no idea he was so ill.
|My greatest fear is that I'll get ill when I'm old.
|There's not much fresh air in many cities, and that's why so many people are ill.
|Please excuse the mess, I've been ill recently.
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|Just calm down, otherwise you'll make yourself feel even worse.
Zobacz stopniowanie innych przymiotników:
crunchy -fancy -
hairy -stingy -
sweaty - Dla czego nie ma tłumaczeń dla tych słówek?
Uwielbiam tą stronę dzięki niej właśnie się dowiedziałem, że nudny to nie tylko boring ale także dull
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