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adjectives and adverbs

Ing300 unit 1
by Sandra Ayala on 23 May 2014

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Transcript of adjectives and adverbs

Things or Actions
Describing
The dog runs
fast.
Manner Adverbs
She is beautiful.
Adjectives
easy
Qualifiers
VERBS
ACTIONS
-ly
adverb
She
drives
the car
recklessly.
ACTION=VERB
ADVERB
adjective
I
feel
safe
with her.
adjectives describe
things, people,
feelings,etc.
be, feel, get, etc.
verbs you use with
adjectives
NO
reckless
LY
She gets
reckless*
having or showing no regard for danger or consequences
adjective
The exam is easy.
I
did
the exam easi
ly
easily
patient
patiently
automatic
automatically
careful
carefully
good
well
hard
late
fast
hard
competitive
talented
creative
disorganized
easygoing
laid-back
helpful
honest
generous
selfish
reliable
Adverbs before adjectives
to make adjectives and adverbs STRONGER
completely
totally
makes negative stronger.
He's happy .
fast
manner adverbs describe
incredibly
extremely
very
really
so
pretty
fairly
absolutely
really
with adjectives that are already very strong
Popeye is
strong.
Wonderful.
fantastic.
ridiculous.
Bluto is
furious.
not
at all.
at all
My friend is really talented.
Your explanation was very helpful.
Prefixes
im
in
un
dis
inconsiderate
impatient
dishonest * disorganized
unfriendly * unbelievable
My boss is pretty considerate.
He's fairly easygoing.
My students are incredibly talented.
I'm so nervous.
He drives extremely fast.
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