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ESL forum > Grammar and Linguistics > EXTREME ADJECTIVES    

EXTREME ADJECTIVES



araveg
Spain

EXTREME ADJECTIVES
 
Good afternoon.
 
Talking about extreme adjectives.
 
An extreme adjective for higly recommended is Unmissable, but can I consider the top choice? (choice is not an adjective)
Thanks in advance.
great day, 

21 Nov 2021      



spinney
United Kingdom

If it is a book, unputadownable. My favourite adjective, I think.
You could use "must-see," but it is technically a noun.  

21 Nov 2021     



araveg
Spain

Thanks a lot
 

21 Nov 2021     



yanogator
United States

"Must-see" can definitely be used as an adjective.
   That was a must-see movie, if there ever was one!
 
Bruce 

21 Nov 2021     



spinney
United Kingdom

@Bruce
I stand correctified.  

22 Nov 2021     



cunliffe
United Kingdom

I keep trying it ... I think you could say: my top choice of movie is whatever, but it doesn´t sound quite right and it is not an adjective in that phrase. I suppose because it means my favourite movie and that is what you would say. I think top meaning excellent can be used as an adjective: The Guns of Navarone is a top movie. 

22 Nov 2021     



araveg
Spain

Thanks a lot
 

22 Nov 2021     



redcamarocruiser
United States

I googled "top choice movie"and it resulted in over 5,000 hits. So, some people say it.

22 Nov 2021