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Adjective

  1. 1. How do you describe her? DIANA ADAMCan you make a complete sentence with your
  2. 2. What is an adjective?Why do we use adjective?We often use adjectives to give more information about things / people (nouns)
  3. 3. For example: JIM CARREY He is a man. What kind of man is he?He is a crazy man.
  4. 4. We can also comparenouns by using thecomparative andsuperlative forms of anadjective.
  5. 5. Comparatives are used tocompare twothings/people. What are the basic rules?
  6. 6. Adjectives ComparativesWith most short adjectives + er- tall taller (than)- short shorter (than)With short adj. ending in e +r- nice nicer (than)- large larger (than)With short adj. ending in a - y + ierconsonant + y- heavy heavier- happy happier
  7. 7. Adjectives ComparativesWith short adj. ending in Double thea vowel + a consonant consonant + er- big -bigger (than)- thin -thinner (than)With adj. of three or more + moresyllables- beautiful -more beautiful- interesting (than) -more interesting (than)
  8. 8. What about other adjectives suchas “good” and “bad”? What the girl said?
  9. 9. Back
  10. 10. She said,“The weather in picture 1 is betterthan the weather in picture 2.” What adjective did the girl use?
  11. 11. Adjectives Comparativesadjectives change the word - good better (than) -bad worse (than)
  12. 12. What are the basic rules?The basic rules are comparatives.We add –est to short adjectives and use “most” for long adjectives.
  13. 13. Can you make sentences to comparethe following people?
  14. 14. SCOALA DE ARTE SI MESERIIISTRIAJUD. CONSTANTA TEACHER: DIANA ADAM

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