Q. Suggest praising adjectives (like ‘nice’ or ‘good’, only a bit more imaginative) that can be used with at least one, but not all, of these words.
* For a variation, try using negative adjectives, like ‘awful’.
Clothes. Medicine. Sign. Poem. Sandwich. Proof. Personality. Punch. School. Picture. Kitchen. Song. Egg. Voice. Flat. Rain. Chocolate. Sweet. Tea. Audience. Promise. Baby. Orange. Game. Safe. Duty. Suggestion. Schedule. Job. Village. Suit. Traffic. Beer. Income. Answer. Notice. Recipe. Biscuit. Actor. Music. Goal. Tune. Penknife. Jacket. Pride. Pizza. Car. Serve. Sound. Cake. Potato. Statement. Day. Smile. Investigation. Ticket. Risk. Boss. Watch. Film. Diet. Patient. Description. Gift. Topic. Towel. College. Laugh. Desk. Summary. Lesson. Dealer. Witness. Visit. Currency. Dance. Town. Parent. Temperature. Garden. Community. Piano. Signal. Bank. Cat. Eye. Essay. Conversation. Drama. Weather. Seat. Play. Word. Smell. Light. Shop. Surprise. Song. Marriage. View. Dinner. Discussion. Scene. Coffee. Apple. Welcome. Author. Professional. Dog. Chance. Map. Attempt. Hair. Tackle. Fire. Price. Flower. League. Doctor. Face. Team. Pear. Shoe. Concert. Signature. Weight. Photo. Solution. Feeling. Coat. Dish. Tax. Colour. Economy. Advice. Career. Holiday. Speech. Bus. Company. Wine. Diamond. Memory. Weekend. Climate. Teacher. Driver. Look. Milk. Example. Nurse. Reception. Letter. Tale. Phrase. Dinner. Novel.