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Adjectives

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Fatima Malik

on 24 January 2014

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Transcript of Adjectives

Adjectives can differ.

Adjectives as Heads in Noun Groups.
Adjectives and the Adjective Group
By: hadil, fatima & zehra

10.5 How Adjective Groups function in sentences
1.
Pre-Modifiers in front of Nouns (NG).
Ex: "A
very
good mood"

2.
Subject Complement (SC) after linking verbs.
Ex: "they are
completely stupid"


Attributive use. ("a nice day")
Predicative use. ("the three is big")
Foam & meaning
1. Generic referenc
2. Specific reference
Activity!
Puzzle game:
The pupils pair up, and are provided word cards and pictures to match up.
Example: Red as a word and a red card to match it.
10.4 The structure
Pre-modifiers
(PrM)


Post-modifiers
(PoM)

Particular problems concerning:
3. Object Complement (OC).
ex: "they made him
uneasy
"


4. Heads (H) in Noun Groups.
ex: "Harry Potter went into
the unknown
"
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