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Bárbara_Junior Henrique_Paulo Fernando e Stephanie _Adjectives completar Bárbara_Junior Henrique_Paulo Fernando e Stephanie _Adjectives completar Presentation Transcript

  • ADJECTIVES Giving Information about People and Things
  • Adjectives – 1
    • When you want to give further information about something, than you can give by using a noun alone, you can use an adjective to identify it or describe it in more detail.
    • … a new idea.
    • … a new creative idea.
    • Ideas there are important .
  • Adjectives – 2
    • The form of an adjective does not change : you use the same form for singular and plural.
    • The next good plac e was forty-five miles further on.
    • Good plac es to fish were hard to find.
  • Adjectives – 3
    • When the adjective information is not the main purpose of a statement, they are placed in front of a noun .
    • Hot Coffee.
    • She had a beautiful smile.
  • Adjectives – 4
    • Sometimes the main purpose of a statement is to give the information expressed by an adjective. When this happens, adjectives are places after a linking verb .
    • I’m cold .
    • She became ill .
  • Adjectives – 5
    • There is a large group of adjectives which identifies qualities that someone or something has. These are called qualitative adjectives .
    • … a sad story.
    • … a small child.
    • I think it would be wise to give up.
  • Adjectives – 6
    • There is another large group of adjectives which identifies someone or something as a member of a class. These are called the classifying adjectives .
    • … financial help.
    • … abdominal pains.
    • … a medieval manuscript.
    • … my daily shower.
  • Adjectives - 7
    • There is a small group of adjectives which identifies the colour of something. They are called colour adjectives .
    • … her blue eyes.
    • … a red balloon.
    • The scarlet letter.
  • Adjectives - 8
    • Another small group of adjectives are used to emphasize feelings or things you are talking about. These adjectives are called emphasizing adjectives .
    • He made me feel like a complete idiot.
    • Some of it was absolute rubbish.
  • Adjectives - 9
    • There is a small group of adjectives which is used in a very similar way to determiners to make the reference more precise. These are called postdeterminers because their place in a noun group is immediately after the determiner, if there is one, and before any other adjectives.
    • The following brief description…
    • … certain basic human qualities.
  • Adjectives - 10
    • There are a large number of English adjectives ending in ‘ing’, many of which are related to the present participle of a verb. According to some grammars they are called ‘ing’ adjectives .
    • … a very convincing example.
    • A surprising number of men stay bachelors.
    • … a warm welcoming smile.
  • Adjectives - 11
    • There is also a large number of English adjectives ending in ‘ed’, many of which are related to the past participle of a verb. In some grammars they are called ‘ed’ adjectives . The irregular past participles are also included.
    • Was it a broken bone?
    • … a disappointed man.
    • … sophisticated electronic devices.
  • Adjectives - 12
    • Compound adjectives are made up of two or more words, usually written with hyphens between them.
    • … one-way traffic.
    • … a part-time job.
    • … a good-looking girl.
  • Adjectives
    • This is a short explanation about the adjectives.
    • I hope you like it!