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    • PAGE INFORMATION ADJECTIVE SHEET 1/6 Lesson # 6OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, the trainees should be able to: 1. Identify the type of adjectives used in a paragraph. 2. Construct sentences using different adjectives. 3. Participate actively in class recitation. Motivation (20 minutes)FAMOUS PEOPLE 1. On each nametag or slip of paper, write the name of a famous person whether living or dead. 2. Attach the nametag to each person’s back. 3. Each group member has to figure out whose name is on his or her back by asking other participants only questions that can be answered “yes” or “no”. (Is this person a female/male? Is she in the entertainment business? Was he alive in this century? Did she ever do voices for cartoon characters?) 4. Continue until everyone has figured out what famous person’s name is on their back.Adjectives - Words used to identify, describe or quantify words - They provide information by answering what kind, how much, which one, or how many - may come before the noun that if describes or after the re-verbs, am, is and are. Examples: New, big, little, beautiful, manyKinds of adjectives - Articles o The most common adjectives o Examples: a, an and the - Proper Adjective o Adjectives formed from a proper noun o Example: Chinese food, Filipino games, American football - Predicate Adjective o Adjectives separated from the noun or pronoun it modifies by a state-of-being verb or linking verb. o It is usually part of the predicate o Example: She seem sad, We are happy1
    • PAGE INFORMATION ADJECTIVE SHEET 2/6 Lesson # 6 DEGREES OF ADJECTIVESThe form of an adjective is often changed to show the extent of degree to which a certainquality is present. In grammar, this degree in form to show a difference in degree is calledcomparison. • Positive degree – shows that the quality is present, but it does not show a comparison with anything else. • Comparative Degree – shows that the quality expressed by the adjective exists to a greater or to a lesser degree in one of the two persons or things that are being compared. • Superlative Degree – indicates that the quality (expressed by the adjective) is possessed to the greatest or to the least degree by one of the persons or things included in the comparison. Degree of Comparison Adjectives of One Syllable POSITIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE neat neater neatest sharp sharper sharpest dark darker darkest keen keener keenest long longer longest Adjectives of two or more syllables are usually compared by prefixing the words more andmost to the simple form of the adjective.More is used to indicate the comparison between two persons or things.Most is used to indicate the comparison between more than two persons or things.Less and least are used in a similar way. POSITIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE fragrant more fragrant most fragrant difficult more difficult most difficult precious more precious most precious famous more famous most famous beautiful more beautiful most beautiful generous more generous most generous 2
    • PAGE INFORMATION ADJECTIVE SHEET 3/6 Lesson # 6Adjectives of more than one syllable that end in y are usually compared by adding er andest. The y changes to i before the addition of er and est. POSITIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE handy handier handiest clumsy clumsier clumsiest dainty daintier daintiest silly sillier silliest Self-Check #2: Using Adjectives in Your Own Writing (45 minutes)Direction: Write a sentence for each word, using as many different adjectives as you can to describethe color, shape, location, and condition. Write your answers on the space provided beside the itemExample: A ball pen: I have a green ball pen that I bring with me every time. A key______________________________________________ _ A ______________________________________________ house _ ______________________________________________ A water _ A ______________________________________________ person _ A ______________________________________________ dessert _ A book ______________________________________________3
    • _ A car ______________________________________________ _ An ______________________________________________ animal _ A fire ______________________________________________ _ A plant ______________________________________________ _ PAGE QUIZ ADJECTIVE 4/6 Lesson # 6DIRECTION: Encircle the adjectives in the following sentences. 1. Roses are red. 2. The old woman walked slowly. 3. The baby’s tiny hands were clutching a rattle. 4. Cold juice is very refreshing. 5. The giant waves smashed against the side of the ship. 6. The little girl is afraid of the dark. 7. The big elephant stood of the dark. 8. The beautiful butterfly fluttered its wings. 9. Make room for the handsome prince. 10.Christmas is a merry season. 11.The thick blanket kept me warm. 12.My mother is young and pretty. 13.I love sweet mangoes. 14.The chocolate cake is delicious. 15.The princess rode on a magnificent stallion.DIRECTION: Underline the appropriate adjective for each sentence. 1. Marlon felt (sad, happy) when his dog died. 4
    • 2. The beautiful colors used in the painting are (brilliant, dull). 3. The hammer and the saw are (useless, useful) tools to the carpenter. 4. The teachers are (helpful, selfish). 5. The children wore (red, white) dresses for their first communion. 6. Josephine needs a (cold, hot) drink on this warm day. 7. The (generous, selfish) man donated a large amount to the orphanage. 8. She cried tears of (joy, kindness). 9. A feather is (light, heavy). 10.The cat is a (slow, frisky) animal. 11. Solomon was a (wise, ignorant) king. 12.Those rides in the carnival look (entertaining, boring). 13.The king and the queen live in a (small, huge) castle. 14.A butcher’s knives are (sharp, dull). 15.The (kind, proud) athlete refused to accept defeat. PAGE ADJECTIVE QUIZ 5/6 Lesson # 6DIRECTION: Give the comparative and the superlative form of the following adjectives. POSITIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE 1. nice 2. pretty 3. dirty 4. sweet 5. kind 6. comfortable 7. hard 8. long 9. famous 10. heavyDIRECTION: Write sentences about the given situation below. Use the three degrees of comparison of adjectives. Number one is done for you. 1. A frog can leap two feet high. A rabbit can hop three feet high. A kangaroo can jump six feet high. Use high. a. A frog can jump high. b. A rabbit can jump higher than a frog.5
    • c. A kangaroo can jump the highest of the three. 2. Ronnie stands 4 feet tall. Sean stands 4 feet and 10 inches. Victor stands 5 feet and 5 inches. Use tall. a. _____________________________________ b. _____________________________________ c. _____________________________________ 3. Jeanny, Jessa and Joyce are singers. Jeanny receives 250 fan e-mail a week. Jessa receives 150 fan e-mail and Joyce, 75 fan e-mail. Use popular. a. _____________________________________ b. _____________________________________ c. _____________________________________ 4. A kilo of cabbages costs twenty pesos. A kilo of carrots costs thirty pesos. A kilo of lettuce costs fifty pesos. Use expensive. a. _____________________________________ b. _____________________________________ c. _____________________________________ 5. Martha has an average of 90 percent. Maria has an average of 95 percent. Martina has an average of 98 percent. Use intelligent. a. ______________________________________ b. _____________________________________ c. ______________________________________ PAGE LESSON PLAN ADJECTIVE 6/6 Lesson # 6 C. APPLICATION 1. Writing 3. Reading D. EVALUATION 1. Quiz 2. Recitation1V. ASSIGNMENT: WRITING COMPARISON AND CONTRAST Reference: English Module for Vocational Students of Don Bosco Schools in the Philippine North Province Pp. 24 - 30Prepared by:Mrs. Anna Louie B. Pomida 6
    • TrainerChecked by:MR. PEDRO G. CAJANDING, JR.Training Director7