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Articles, Adjectives, Adverbs (Updated) Articles, Adjectives, Adverbs (Updated) Presentation Transcript

  • Articles, Adjectives, Adverbs
  • Articles
  • ArticlesThe, a and an belong to a specialgroup of adjectives called articles.
  • ArticlesThe, a and an belong to a specialgroup of adjectives called articles. “A” and “an” are INDEFINITE articles.
  • ArticlesThe, a and an belong to a specialgroup of adjectives called articles. “A” and “an” are INDEFINITE articles. Use “A” before nouns beginning with a consonant.
  • ArticlesThe, a and an belong to a specialgroup of adjectives called articles. “A” and “an” are INDEFINITE articles. Use “A” before nouns beginning with a consonant. Use “An” before nouns beginning with a vowel sounds.
  • Articles
  • Articles“The” is a definite article becauseit identifies specific people,places, things.
  • Articles“The” is a definite article becauseit identifies specific people,places, things. For example:
  • Articles“The” is a definite article becauseit identifies specific people,places, things. For example: the storm
  • Articles“The” is a definite article becauseit identifies specific people,places, things. For example: the storm the house
  • Articles“The” is a definite article becauseit identifies specific people,places, things. For example: the storm the house the car
  • Examples
  • Exampleshurricane
  • Exampleshurricaneovercoat
  • Exampleshurricaneovercoatcloset
  • Exampleshurricaneovercoatclosetspeedboat
  • Exampleshurricaneovercoatclosetspeedboatumbrella
  • Exampleshurricane a hurricaneovercoatclosetspeedboatumbrella
  • Exampleshurricane a hurricaneovercoat an overcoatclosetspeedboatumbrella
  • Exampleshurricane a hurricaneovercoat an overcoatcloset a closetspeedboatumbrella
  • Exampleshurricane a hurricaneovercoat an overcoatcloset a closetspeedboat a speedboatumbrella
  • Exampleshurricane a hurricaneovercoat an overcoatcloset a closetspeedboat a speedboatumbrella an umbrella
  • Adjectives
  • AdjectivesAn adjective is a word that describes ormodifies a noun or pronoun.
  • AdjectivesAn adjective is a word that describes ormodifies a noun or pronoun. They show WHAT KIND, HOW MANY and WHICH ONE
  • AdjectivesAn adjective is a word that describes ormodifies a noun or pronoun. They show WHAT KIND, HOW MANY and WHICH ONE Hurricanes create rough seas. (What kind)
  • AdjectivesAn adjective is a word that describes ormodifies a noun or pronoun. They show WHAT KIND, HOW MANY and WHICH ONE Hurricanes create rough seas. (What kind) Last year the flooding destroyed fifteen houses. (How many)
  • AdjectivesAn adjective is a word that describes ormodifies a noun or pronoun. They show WHAT KIND, HOW MANY and WHICH ONE Hurricanes create rough seas. (What kind) Last year the flooding destroyed fifteen houses. (How many) That hurricane hit harder than most. (Which one)
  • Adjectives
  • AdjectivesProper adjectives describe other nouns andpronouns
  • AdjectivesProper adjectives describe other nouns andpronouns For example:
  • AdjectivesProper adjectives describe other nouns andpronouns For example: Spanish rice
  • AdjectivesProper adjectives describe other nouns andpronouns For example: Spanish rice Italian lasagna and spaghetti
  • AdjectivesProper adjectives describe other nouns andpronouns For example: Spanish rice Italian lasagna and spaghetti Japanese sushi
  • AdjectivesProper adjectives describe other nouns andpronouns For example: Spanish rice Italian lasagna and spaghetti Japanese sushi German immigrants
  • AdjectivesProper adjectives describe other nouns andpronouns For example: Spanish rice Italian lasagna and spaghetti Japanese sushi German immigrants Chinese settlers
  • Adjectives
  • AdjectivesThis, these, that and those point outparticular nouns. These shoes are mine. That horse is his. This, these, that, those are PRONOUN when they take the place of a noun. These are mine. That is his horse.
  • Adverbs
  • AdverbsAn adverb is a word that modifies a verb, anadjective, or another adverb. Adverbs oftentell HOW, WHEN, WHERE, or TO WHAT EXTENT.
  • AdverbsAn adverb is a word that modifies a verb, anadjective, or another adverb. Adverbs oftentell HOW, WHEN, WHERE, or TO WHAT EXTENT. They carefully cleaned their rooms. (Tells how)
  • AdverbsAn adverb is a word that modifies a verb, anadjective, or another adverb. Adverbs oftentell HOW, WHEN, WHERE, or TO WHAT EXTENT. They carefully cleaned their rooms. (Tells how) The ground was extremely muddy. (Modifies the adj. muddy)
  • AdverbsAn adverb is a word that modifies a verb, anadjective, or another adverb. Adverbs oftentell HOW, WHEN, WHERE, or TO WHAT EXTENT. They carefully cleaned their rooms. (Tells how) The ground was extremely muddy. (Modifies the adj. muddy) The park clean-up ended early. (Tells when)
  • AdverbsAn adverb is a word that modifies a verb, anadjective, or another adverb. Adverbs oftentell HOW, WHEN, WHERE, or TO WHAT EXTENT. They carefully cleaned their rooms. (Tells how) The ground was extremely muddy. (Modifies the adj. muddy) The park clean-up ended early. (Tells when) We decided to stay there. (Tells where)