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  • 1. ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS
  • 2. A big house A modern building It has an interesting style. It has a peaceful atmosphere. It is in a quiet area. An expensive house
  • 3. A village street in Switzerland. A nice villag e. An old village
  • 4. Adjectives describe NOUNS  It is an interesting villa. That villa is interesting.  There are colorful streets.  The streets are colorful. Adjective + Noun OR Noun+ to be + Adjective
  • 5. Adverbs describe;  Verbs The children play quietly.  Adjectives They are extremely quiet.  Adverbs They play very quietly.
  • 6. WORD ORDER  ADJECTIVE WORD ORDER  A) before the noun  This is a modern house.  B) after non-action verbs  (be – look – appear – seem – smell – taste)  This house looks modern.  ADVERB WORD ORDER  A) after the verb  The house sold quickly.  B) before the adjective or adverb it describes  It is an extremely modern house.  They sell it very quickly.
  • 7. Adverbs of manner describe action verbs;  She designed the house differently.  They build the house carefully.  They sell the house easily.
  • 8. How to form…?  Add –ly to adjectives  Slow – slowly  Quick – quickly  Exceptions!!!  Good - well  Hard - hard  Late - late
  • 9. Some adjectives ending in – ly; Friendly Lonely Lovely Silly
  • 10. Degree adverbs; makes adverbs stronger/weaker  Absolutely  Completely  Awfully  Terribly  Really  So  Very  Prety  Quite  Fairly  Not at all 100% 0%
  • 11. Awfully & Terribly  Can be used for something good or bad  The estate agent was terribly polite.  The secretary was terribly rude.  “Not at all”: totally not  They didn’t like the house at all.  He wasn’t polite at all.
  • 12. TUBA AKTAS