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Vịtrícủatínhtừ?<br />Tínhtừcóthểdùngđượcvớiđộngtừ hay không? Nếucóthìlàvớinhữngđộngtừnào?<br />Tínhtừđượcdùngvớimụcđíchgì?...
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AJECTIVES- TÍNH TỪ- ĐỊNH NGHĨA VÀ CÁCH DÙNG<br />Nhữngtừdùngđểbổnghĩachodanhtừhoặcđạitừ. <br />Chỉcómộtdạngkhôngbiếnđổi<br...
TÍNH TỪ- ĐỊNH NGHĨA VÀ CÁCH DÙNG<br />Dùngđểmiêutả ý kiến, đánhgiá, nhậnxét, bìnhluậnvềmộtsựvậthiệntượngnàođó. <br />Ex: I...
AJECTIVES- TÍNH TỪ-VỊ TRÍ<br />Tínhtừđứngtrướcdanhtừ<br />Ex: That expensive ring was sold to a rich man. <br />Tínhtừđứng...
AJECTIVES- THỨ TỰ SẮP XẾP TÍNH TỪ<br />Khidùngnhiềutínhtừđểbổnghĩachodanhtừ, vậynhữngtínhtừđósẽđượcsắpxếptheothứtựđánhsốtừ...
ADVERBS- TRẠNG TỪ- ĐỊNH NGHĨA, CÁCH DÙNG<br />Chú ý: Khôngnêndùngquánhiềutínhtừtrướcdanhtừ. <br />Ex: It is a beautiful bl...
Trạngtừbổnghĩachođộngtừ<br />Ex: He drove fast and carelessly. <br />Trạngtừbỗnghĩachotínhtừ<br />Ex: The redwood tree was...
ADVERBS- TRẠNG TỪ- CÁCH THÀNH LẬP<br />Adv = adj + ly<br />
ADVERBS- TRẠNG TỪ- CÁCH THÀNH LẬP<br />Mộtsốtrạngtừsẽcócùngdạngvớitínhtừ, vìvậycầnchú ý đểtránhnhầmlẫn: <br />early, late,...
CÁC LỖI THƯỜNG GẶP VÀ CẦN TRÁNH<br />Dùngsaivịtrícủatínhtừkhikếthợpvớidanhtừ<br />-    Wrong: the car beautiful X  Correc...
Nhầmlẫngiữa Hard và Hardly: <br /> Hard - vừalàtínhtừvừalàtrạngtừvớinghĩa “chămchỉ” hoặc “khókhăn, khắcnghiệt” >< Hardly-...
I. Fill in the blank with the form of adjectives or adverbs<br />He is tired because he has worked …….. (hard)<br />Your b...
10. Ann …………….had an accident last Sunday. (near)<br />11. Have you been to the cinema ……………. (late)?<br />12. When the te...
19. She came home ………………. (late)<br />20.Lucy is shy, so she cannot make friends ………………….(easy)<br />21.There was long app...
II. Reorder the adjectives<br />a/ an/ car/ American/ large/ old<br />small/ a/ an/ clock/ English/ eighteenth-century<br ...
III. Put the words in the right order to form a statement<br />a/ is/ nice/ place/ this<br />biscuit/ can’t/ find/ I/ larg...
IV. Choose the correct option<br />The house was (quiet/ quietly).It had been snowing (heavy/heavily) all day and the grou...
Vicky is telling Rachel about a dream she had: “I had a (strange/ strangely) dream last night. I was in a garden. It was g...
V. Underline all the adjectives in this description of a hotel<br />This comfortable hotel with its pleasant gardens is id...
VI. Complete the conversation. Decide if you need –ly with the words in brackets<br />Mark:  How did you get on with Henry...
Sarah: Well, we’d sat a bit too (long) over our meal, and we were (late) getting back to work. Henry drove very (fast). I ...
I. Fill in the blank with the form of adjectives or adverbs<br />1. Hard	2. Hardly       3. Well    4. Badly	  5. Pretty	<...
II. Reorder the adjectives<br />a large old American car<br />a small 18th century English clock<br />a short pink nylon n...
III. Put the words in the right order to form a statement<br />this is a nice place<br />I  can’t find the large biscuit t...
IV. Choose the correct option<br />Quietheavilysoft Suddenly loudly  nervously anxiouslyslowlyquicklyhorrible<br ...
V. Underline all the adjectives in this description of a hotel<br />Comfortable,pleasant,ideal,quiet,short,popular,lovely,...
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  1. 1. “Your English home”<br />Welcome to PEN<br />Practical English Network<br />Hệthốngđàotạotiếng Anh thựchành<br />
  2. 2. Mụctiêubàihọc<br />Tìmhiểu ý nghĩa, vịtrí, hìnhthứccủatínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />Tìmhiểusựkhácbiệtvềcáchsửdụngcủatínhtừ, trạngtừ<br />Tìmhiểuthứtựsắpxếpnhiềutínhtừtrướcdanhtừhoặcđạitừ<br />Tìmhiểucáchthànhlậptrạngtừtừtínhtừ<br />Tínhtừvàtrạngtừ (Adjectives and Adverbs)<br />
  3. 3. Vịtrícủatínhtừ?<br />Tínhtừcóthểdùngđượcvớiđộngtừ hay không? Nếucóthìlàvớinhữngđộngtừnào?<br />Tínhtừđượcdùngvớimụcđíchgì?<br />Tínhtừcóbiếnđổihìnhthứctheodanhtừhoặcđạitừmànóbổnghĩa hay không? <br />Khidùngnhiềutínhtừđểbổnghĩachodanhtừhoặcđạitừ, tasắpxếpcáctínhtừđótheothứtựnhưthếnào? <br />Câuhỏiđịnhhướng- Guiding questions<br />
  4. 4. Trạngtừđượcdùngđểlàmgì?<br />Trạngtừvàtínhtừkhácnhaurasaovềchứcnăng?<br />Trạngtừđượcthànhlậpnhưthếnàotừtínhtừ?<br />Cótrườnghợpnàotínhtừvàtrạngtừgiốngnhau hay không (tínhtừvàtrạngtừcóchungmộthìnhthức)? Cho vídụ?<br />Câuhỏiđịnhhướng- Guiding questions<br />
  5. 5. AJECTIVES- TÍNH TỪ- ĐỊNH NGHĨA VÀ CÁCH DÙNG<br />Nhữngtừdùngđểbổnghĩachodanhtừhoặcđạitừ. <br />Chỉcómộtdạngkhôngbiếnđổi<br />Dùngđểmiêutảđặcđiểmkháchquancủasựvậthiệntượng, vídụnhưtuổitác, hìnhdáng, màusắc…(age, size, shape, color…). <br />
  6. 6. TÍNH TỪ- ĐỊNH NGHĨA VÀ CÁCH DÙNG<br />Dùngđểmiêutả ý kiến, đánhgiá, nhậnxét, bìnhluậnvềmộtsựvậthiệntượngnàođó. <br />Ex: I have bought a blue hat. It is very beautiful<br /> Blue: đặcđiểmkháchquancủachiếcmũlàmàuxanh<br />Beautiful: nhậnđịnhcủachủngữ (I) vềchiếcmũ, “tôi” chorằngchiếcmũđẹp<br />
  7. 7. AJECTIVES- TÍNH TỪ-VỊ TRÍ<br />Tínhtừđứngtrướcdanhtừ<br />Ex: That expensive ring was sold to a rich man. <br />Tínhtừđứngsauđộngtừtobe, hoặc linking verbs (độngtừnối)<br />Ex: Your mother is so nice/ They are hardworking<br />Linking verbs: look, sound, taste, smell, feel, seem, appear (dườngnhư), remain (duytrì, tồntại), become, turn (trởnên)…NhữngđộngtừnàyđượctheosaubởiTínhtừ. <br />Ex: She looks sad Côấytrôngthậtbuồnbã<br /> This cake tastes good Chiếcbánhnàycóvịngonđấy<br /> Her idea sounds very interesting.  Ý kiếncủacôấynghecóvẻrấtthúvị<br />
  8. 8. AJECTIVES- THỨ TỰ SẮP XẾP TÍNH TỪ<br />Khidùngnhiềutínhtừđểbổnghĩachodanhtừ, vậynhữngtínhtừđósẽđượcsắpxếptheothứtựđánhsốtừ 1 8 sauđây:<br />Opinion: silly, beautiful, horrible, difficult…<br />Size : large, tiny, enormous, little…<br />Age: ancient, new, young, old…<br />Shape: square, round, flat, rectangular…<br />Colour : blue, pink, reddish, grey…<br />Origin : French, Chinese, American…<br />Material: wooden, metal, cotton, paper…<br />Purpose: These adjectives often end with "-ing". ("sleeping bag, "roasting tin")…<br />
  9. 9. ADVERBS- TRẠNG TỪ- ĐỊNH NGHĨA, CÁCH DÙNG<br />Chú ý: Khôngnêndùngquánhiềutínhtừtrướcdanhtừ. <br />Ex: It is a beautiful blue sailing boat/ That ugly small old woman has a lot of money. <br />Gồmnhữngtừchỉcáchthức (slowly, quickly...), thờigian (today, tonight…), nơichốn (above, here…), tầnsuất (always…), mứcđộ (very…)….<br />
  10. 10. Trạngtừbổnghĩachođộngtừ<br />Ex: He drove fast and carelessly. <br />Trạngtừbỗnghĩachotínhtừ<br />Ex: The redwood tree was impressively tall<br />Trạngtừbỗnghĩachomộttrạngtừkhác<br />Ex: She spoke extremely confidently<br />Trạngtừbỗnghĩachocảcâu<br />Ex: Luckily, she passed the exam<br />ADVERBS- TRẠNG TỪ- ĐỊNH NGHĨA, CÁCH DÙNG<br />
  11. 11. ADVERBS- TRẠNG TỪ- CÁCH THÀNH LẬP<br />Adv = adj + ly<br />
  12. 12. ADVERBS- TRẠNG TỪ- CÁCH THÀNH LẬP<br />Mộtsốtrạngtừsẽcócùngdạngvớitínhtừ, vìvậycầnchú ý đểtránhnhầmlẫn: <br />early, late, near, straight, wrong, fast, hard, high<br />- He is very fast >< He speaks very fast<br />- There are many high buildings in this city >< The bird flew high in the sky<br />Trườnghợpđặcbiệt: adj: good  adv: well<br />- He is a good student >< He studies well<br />
  13. 13. CÁC LỖI THƯỜNG GẶP VÀ CẦN TRÁNH<br />Dùngsaivịtrícủatínhtừkhikếthợpvớidanhtừ<br />- Wrong: the car beautiful X  Correct: The beautiful car<br />Dùngnhầmtrạngtừvớinhữngđộngtừliênkết (độngtừnói)<br />- Wrong: She seems very happily X Correct: She seems very happy<br />
  14. 14. Nhầmlẫngiữa Hard và Hardly: <br /> Hard - vừalàtínhtừvừalàtrạngtừvớinghĩa “chămchỉ” hoặc “khókhăn, khắcnghiệt” >< Hardly- làtrạngtừvớinghĩaphủđịnh: gầnnhưkhông<br />- She works very hard >< She hardly understood what they said<br />(Côấylàmviệcrấtchămchỉ .>< Côấygầnnhưkhônghiếunhữnggìhọnói)<br />CÁC LỖI THƯỜNG GẶP VÀ CẦN TRÁNH<br />
  15. 15. I. Fill in the blank with the form of adjectives or adverbs<br />He is tired because he has worked …….. (hard)<br />Your brother …………..works at all. (hard)<br />He is not a good student but he writes ………….. (good)<br />The children behaved …………... (bad)<br />She looks …………... (pretty)<br />That milk tastes ……………. (sour)<br />I don’t know ……………where they live. (exact)<br />This brown fur feels …………... (soft)<br />These children are …………at English. (good)<br />Bàitậpvềtínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  16. 16. 10. Ann …………….had an accident last Sunday. (near)<br />11. Have you been to the cinema ……………. (late)?<br />12. When the teacher heard about the missing book he said ………………..:"You should be more careful." (angry)<br />13. From the top of the mountain he could see ……………..across the countryside. (far)<br />14. "I love you", Camilla said in a …………..voice. (soft)<br />15. He tasted the various kinds of tea ……………….. (careful)<br />16. Tom looked at my lunch …………………... (hungry)<br />17. It was …………….for me to come. (impossible)<br />18. She worked all the day. She feels ……………….. (tired)<br />Bàitậpvềtínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  17. 17. 19. She came home ………………. (late)<br />20.Lucy is shy, so she cannot make friends ………………….(easy)<br />21.There was long applause because she sang …………………. (beautiful)<br />22. Mary waits ………………..in the doctor's waiting room (patient).<br />23. Nelly walked around ……………….(nervous).<br />24. Paul is a policeman. He has a ……………………….job (dangerous).<br />25. His story sounds …………………(strange).<br />Bàitậpvềtínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  18. 18. II. Reorder the adjectives<br />a/ an/ car/ American/ large/ old<br />small/ a/ an/ clock/ English/ eighteenth-century<br />night-dress/ a/ an/ nylon/ pink/ short<br />handbag/ a/ an / yellow/ new/ plastic/ ugly<br />old/a/ an/ Scottish/ village/ beautiful/small.<br />Bàitậpvềtínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  19. 19. III. Put the words in the right order to form a statement<br />a/ is/ nice/ place/ this<br />biscuit/ can’t/ find/ I/ large/ the/ tin<br />a/ behaved/ in/ silly/ Tessa/ way<br />coffee/ cold/ getting/ is/ your<br />a/ house/ in/ live/ lovely/ old/ stone/ they<br />for/ hospital/ ill/ is/ mentally/ the/ this<br />Bàitậpvềtínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  20. 20. IV. Choose the correct option<br />The house was (quiet/ quietly).It had been snowing (heavy/heavily) all day and the ground was covered in a (soft/ softly) white blanket. (Sudden/ Suddenly), there was a knock (loud/ loudly)at the door. I jumped up(nervous/ nervously) . Who is it? I called (anxious/ anxiously). There was no reply. I (slow/ slowly)opened the door and looked outside. I looked around, I (quick/ quickly) shut the door and turned around then I saw the most (horrible/ horribly) creature I had ever seen standing in front of me.<br />Bàitậpvềtínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  21. 21. Vicky is telling Rachel about a dream she had: “I had a (strange/ strangely) dream last night. I was in a garden. It was getting (dark/ darkly), and it was (terrible/ terribly) cold. My head was aching bad/ badly. I was walking out of the garden when (sudden/ suddenly) I saw a man. He was sitting (quiet/ quietly) on a seat. He seemed very (unhappy/ unhappily). He looked up and smiled (sad/ sadly) at me. I don’t know why, but I felt (curious/ curiously) about him. I wanted to talk to him, but I couldn’t think what to say. I just stood there (foolish/ foolishly)<br />Bàitậpvềtínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  22. 22. V. Underline all the adjectives in this description of a hotel<br />This comfortable hotel with its pleasant gardens is ideal for people who want a quiet holiday, yet it is only a short distance from the highly popular attractions of the area. There are lovely views from every room. The atmosphere is very friendly. And the staffs are always helpful. A holiday here is very good value for money. You can eat your meals at the hotel, where the food tastes marvelous. Or you can of course try some of the excellent local restaurants. <br />Bàitậpvềtínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  23. 23. VI. Complete the conversation. Decide if you need –ly with the words in brackets<br />Mark: How did you get on with Henry today?<br />Sarah: Oh, we had a nice lunch and some (live) conversation. Henry was charming, as usual. He gave me lift back to the office, but it was (hard) worth risking our lives to save a few minutes. He (near) killed us. <br />Mark: What do you mean?<br />Bàitậpvềtínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  24. 24. Sarah: Well, we’d sat a bit too (long) over our meal, and we were (late) getting back to work. Henry drove very (fast). I tried (hard) to keep calm, but I was quite scared/ we went (wrong) and missed a left turn, and Henry got annoyed. Then a van came round the corner, and it was coming (straight) at us. I don’t know how we missed it.<br />Mark: Well, I’m glad you did. And next time you’d better take a taxi. <br />Bàitậpvềtínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  25. 25. I. Fill in the blank with the form of adjectives or adverbs<br />1. Hard 2. Hardly 3. Well 4. Badly 5. Pretty <br />Sour 7. exactly 8. Soft 9. Good 10. Nearly<br />11. Lately 12. Angrily 13. far 14. Softly <br /> 15. Carefully 16. Hungrily<br />17. Impossible 18. Tired<br />19. late 20. Easily 21. Beautifully <br />22. Patiently 23. Nervously <br />24. Dangerous 25. strange<br />Đápánbàitậptínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  26. 26. II. Reorder the adjectives<br />a large old American car<br />a small 18th century English clock<br />a short pink nylon night-dress<br />an ugly new yellow plastic handbag<br />a beautiful small old Scottish village<br />Đápánbàitậptínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  27. 27. III. Put the words in the right order to form a statement<br />this is a nice place<br />I can’t find the large biscuit tin<br />Tessaa behaved in a silly way<br />your coffee is getting cold<br />they live in a lovely old stone house<br />this is the hospital for mentally ill<br />Đápánbàitậptínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  28. 28. IV. Choose the correct option<br />Quietheavilysoft Suddenly loudly  nervously anxiouslyslowlyquicklyhorrible<br />Strange darkterrible badly suddenly quietlyunhappysadlycuriousfoolishly<br />Đápánbàitậptínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  29. 29. V. Underline all the adjectives in this description of a hotel<br />Comfortable,pleasant,ideal,quiet,short,popular,lovely,friendly,helpful,good,marvelous,excellent,<br />local<br />VI. Complete the conversation. Decide if you need –ly with the words in brackets<br />Lively, hardly ,nearly, long, late, fast , hard, wrong, straight<br />Đápánbàitậptínhtừvàtrạngtừ<br />
  30. 30. http://www.englishpage.com/minitutorials/adverb.html<br />http://languagearts.pppst.com/adjectives-adverbs.html<br />http://www.eflnet.com/grammar/adjadv_index.php<br />http://owl.english.purdue.edu/exercises/2/2/8<br />http://www.english-4u.de/adjective_adverb.htm<br />http://www.englishpage.com/minitutorials/adverbexercise.htm<br />Other- reference<br />
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