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ADVERBS OF DEGREE- TEACHER 1 PAGE 131 - 133

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Transcript of ADVERBS OF DEGREE- TEACHER 1 PAGE 131 - 133

we use a verb before adjectives and adverbs.
Adverbs of Degree
TEACHER 2 PAGES 43- 45
Written by Myrna Pereira Designed by Walisson Fernandes W.
VERY
IT IS A
NORMAL
DEGREE.
SANDRA IS
VERY
TIRED
TODAY.
we use a verb before adjectives and adverbs.
SO
IT IS A SONGER THAN " VERY".
SANDRA IS
SO
TIRED

TODAY,
BUT SHE WILL TRY TO GO TO SCHOOL
IT IS THE STRONGEST DEGREE.
TOO
SANDRA IS
TOO
TIRED TODAY. SHE
CAN'T
GO TO SCHOOL TODAY.
SANDRA IS
TOO
TIRED TO GO
TO
SCHOOL TODAY.
DON'T USE
" VERY , SO ,TOO " BEFORE
A LOT OF
USE
MUCH AND MANY
*VERY
SO
TOO
MUCH } SINGULAR UNCOUNTABLES
HE HAS A
LOT OF
MONEY.
HE HAS
SO MUCH
MONEY.
*VERY
SO
TOO
MANY } PLURAL (COUNTABLES)
HE TEACHES A
LOT OF
STUDENTS.
HE TEACHES
SO MANY
STUDENTS.
SO
IT'S A CONJUNCTION.
IT INDICATES A CONSEQUENCE.
HELEN DOESN'T HAVE A CAR,
SO
SHE TAKES THE BUS.
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