1. film set
set: a collection of scenery, stage furniture, and other articles used for a particular scene in a play or film. E.g. We need volunteers to help build and paint the set.
candy-floss: (North American English cotton candy) a type of sweet/candy in the form of a mass of sticky threads made from melted sugar and served on a stick, especially at fairgrounds.
2 five-mile-long, six-lane sea road
3 uniquely photogenic city
4 longest wooden bridge
5 for a closer look
6 approaching in the distance
1 I like small cups of freshly-ground, strong, black coffee.
grind, ground, ground: to break or crush something into very small pieces between two hard surfaces or using a special machine. E.g. to grind coffee/corn.
2 He bought the pretty little house by the river.
3 She made two delicious, dark chocolate cakes with strawberries and fresh cream on top.
4 He smokes those hugely expensive, enormous Cuban cigars, which Juan gives him.
5 They carried the massive pile of ridiculously heavy bags all the way up seven flights of stairs.
6 It was an incredibly smelly, hairy but rather friendly guard dog.
1 I went to the shoe shop advertised on television.
2 He was an old man walking with a stick.
3 We ate the absolutely delicious, home-made cakes, sitting in the sunshine.
4 They rented a nice house with a swimming pool near the airport.
5 We went to a big pizza restaurant on the outskirts of town, run by two Italian brothers called Gino and Rino.
1 A slice of delicious, home-made chocolate cake with cherries on top.
2 A brand new, bright red, heavy-duty mountain bike with fifteen gears.
heavy-duty: not easily damaged and therefore suitable for hard physical work or to be used all the time. E.g. a heavy-duty carpet. Heavy-duty plastic. Heavy-duty diesel engines.
3 It’s a small, Greek restaurant, which serves some of the best fresh seafood in the area.
4 A very expensive, black, cashmere jumper with extra-long sleeves.
cashmere: /ˈkæʃmɪə(r)/ fine soft wool made from the long hair of a type of goat, used especially for making expensive clothes. E.g. a cashmere sweater. The scarf is 70% cashmere.
5 A traditional, Tuscan bean soup with freshly-baked bread.
6 A fascinating, ancient, medieval castle on top of a very steep hill.
sprinkle: (also sprinkling) a small amount of a substance that is dropped somewhere, or a number of things or people that are spread or included somewhere. E.g. Add a sprinkle of cheese and serve. Add a sprinkling of pepper.
2. delicious –adjective,
hand-made – compound adjective;
extraordinarily good – adverb + adjective combination;
strong, black, espresso – adjectives
3 With a sprinkle of cinnamon on top – prepositional phrase;
tiny cups of – adjective + noun
4 old – adjective,
pastry shop –compound noun;
in central Lisbon – prepositional phrase
E.g. 1 The fat, grumpy old man lives in a run-down house at the end of the road, with rubbish piled outside and stray cats with their many kittens running around everywhere.
run-down: in very bad condition; that has not been taken care of. E.g. run-down inner-city areas.
stray: (of animals normally kept as pets) away from home and lost; having no home. E.g. stray dogs.