Creepy, Creepier, Creepiest; Kooky, Kookier, Kookiest!


Fearsome Creatures

“They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky. But Halloween’s creepiest creature customs didn’t appear out of thin air, not even the ghosts. Many of them once instilled real fear in medieval towns, when folklore reigned supreme and getting freaked out came easy. Here we offer up some real science and history of the scary stars of Oct. 31.”

Lots of juicy English here to play with!!!

Creepy, Creepier, Creepies, to creep ( me, him, her, you, them, us) out

That house on the corner is creepy.

The house on the corner is creepier than the Amityville Horror house.

The house on the corner is the creepiest house in town.

That house creeps me out.

kooky, kookier, kookiest

Those Christmas hats are Kooky.

The Christmas tree hat is Kookier than the Santa in the Chimney hat!

Those are the kookiest hats that I have ever seen.

Have a good one!



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About englishwithkatie

英語 女性 ナレーター ケイティ・アドラー!__home-japanese the Perfect Vocal Touch--I am a voice over artist for NHK, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, etc! Phrase of the Day--I am the creator of tweets and videos for daily English practice immersion! --Mono-logues; Mono-fun--I am the publisher of English language materials for self-study! I am very happy to be living and working in Japan surrounded by wonderful people in a fabulous environment!

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