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Adjectives and Adverbs

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Saebom Bae

on 10 March 2014

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Transcript of Adjectives and Adverbs

Adjectives
Adverbs
adverbs of manner
describe or give more informtion about
action verbs.

degree adverbs
; make adjectives and other adverbs

stronger
or
weaker.
Adjectives
and
Adverbs

Spring is a
pretty

woman
.
non-action
adj.
verbs
Spring
looks

smart.
Verb
adv.
adv.
adjective
adv.
other adverb
Karen
speaks

quickly.
Spring is
extremely nice.
Kelly speaks
extremely

quickly.
Spring can
drink
a cup of beer
quickly.
adverbs of manner

Form;
adj.
+
adding -ly

/
without -ly
adding -ly
You should decide
quickly
to go to the Jamesons for chicken wings or not.
without - ly
Don't drink alcohol
quickly.
(more formal)
or Don't drink alcohol
quick.
BE CAREFUL !
some
adjectives
end in

-ly
Ex,
friendly
,
lonely
,
lovely
, and
silly
Spring is so
lovely.
adverbs of manner
some
common adverbs of manner


NOT
formed by adding
-ly
to adj.
Spring wants to speak English
well
.
BE CAREFUL !
Hardly
means "
almost not
"
Lately

means
"
recently
"
absolutely/completely
awfully/terribly
really/so/very
pretty/quite
fairly
not at all
Participial adjectives
Adjectives that end with
-ing
or
-ed.

They come from
verbs.
-ing

causes

a feeling
Riding a bike is
exciting
.
-ed

person who has the feeling
I'm
excited
.
two or three adjectives's order
opinion
+
size
+
age
+
shape
+
color
+
origin
+
material
+
purpose
+
noun
(used as adjective) +
NOUN
Do
NOT use commas
between adjectives that belong to
different categories.
Sibel has
big

beautiful

brown
eyes.
Use commas
between adjectives that belong to
same category.
(order is not important)
Spring is a
beautiful
,

friendly
,

nice
,
kind
,

cute
,

humble
woman.
adj.
noun
Summer time
is
exciting.
non-action verb
adj.
adj.
noun
noun
adj.
verb
adv.
adv.
adj.
adv.
adv.
action verb
adv.
quick + ly = quickly
adj.
adv.
adj.
good(adj.) / well (adv.)
goodly
x
Chocochip cookie is good.
Chocochip cookie is
so
good.
St. Patric's party was
boring.
I was
bored
.
(Size adjectives often go first in a series of adjectives.)
size
opinion
color
or after the verb 'be'
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