It's always useful to learn new adjectives for describing things, especially to avoid overusing adjectives that aren't very descriptive, like nice and good, or bad.
Here is a list of some new adjectives to try out!
Artificial - fake
Brilliant - very intelligent, original
Courageous - not afraid of anything, or does not show fear
Extravagant - rich, luxurious
Generous - gives time / money / presents to people
Hideous - very ugly
Informative - supplies lots of information
Old-fashioned - not modern
Picky - dislikes many things, or has very specific requirements
Tacky - cheap, bad fashion
Well-behaved - doesn't act like a bad / rude child
Those flowers are so perfect they look artificial.
Stephen Hawking was a brilliant physicist.
Parents become very courageouswhen they rescue their children from burning buildings.
Dining at the Ritz Carlton is a very extravagant affair.
Charles Francis Feeney is incredibly generous because he has donated over $6.3 billion to support charities and worthwhile causes around the world. He has a generosity index of 420,000%!
There are some hideous buildings in the downtown area.
Many online news sites are very informative.
Sometimes old-fashioned ice cream tastes purer than its mass-produced counterparts.
Picky children often leave a lot of food on their plates.
That kaleidoscope-colored suit that I saw was very tacky.
Some celebrities aren't very well-behaved in public.
Now it's your turn to make example sentences with these adjectives!