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  • 1. THE ADJECTIVES Sylvania W Siagian 1221008 Speaking II
  • 2. What is Adjective? Adjective is a word that describe or modify a noun (another person or thing) in the sentence.
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  • 10. Types of Adective 1. Demonstrative Adjectives 2. Interrogative Adjectives 3. Indefinite Adjectives 4. Personal titles 5. Numbers
  • 11. 1. Demonstrative adjective The adjectives that demonstrate and indicate something. e.g: that, this, those, these
  • 12. 2. Interrogative Adjectives An interrogative adjective is like an interrogative pronoun, except that it modifies a noun or noun phrase rather than standing on its own. e.g: which, what, where, when, who
  • 13. 3. Indefinite Adjectives Indefinite adjectives do not point out specific things like demontrative adjectives do. e.g: any, no, many, few, several
  • 14. 4. Personal titles Personal titles such as Mrs., Mr., aunty, uncle, doctor, and Lord are considered adjectives when they are attached to a noun.
  • 15. 5. Numbers Numbers are also classified as adjectives.
  • 16. ADJECTIVE ORDER CHART Opinion Size Age Shape Color Nationality Material Purpose Noun expensive small German racing car pretty antique gold mirror tiny round yellow flowers long blonde hair medium square checker board little blue cardboard doll house strong young American baseball player tasty Italian food noisy 4-year-old white Siamese cat
  • 17. Exercise! Part I • 1. Those are probably the ___________ curtains in the store. A. fancyest B. fanciest C. most fanciest • 2. Uncle Carl is really ______________________ man. A. an old sweet B. a sweet, old C. a sweet old • 3. The Karmen-Ghia used to be _________________ sportscar. A. a fine German B. a German, fine C. a fine, German • 4. Everyone was home for the holidays. What could make for ___________ Christmas than that? A. a merryer B. the merriest C. a merrier • 5. They grew up in ___________________ house in Mexico City. A. a comfortable, little B. a little, comfortable C. a comfortable little
  • 18. Exercise! Part II • Which is the correct order? – ? an old cotton dirty tie – ? a dirty old cotton tie – ? a cotton dirty old tie – ? a dirty cotton old tie • Which is the correct order? – ? an old square wooden table – ? a wooden old square table – ? an old wooden square table – ? a square wooden old table • Which is the correct order? – ? a thin small Canadian lady – ? a Canadian small thin lady – ? a small thin Canadian lady – ? a small Canadian thin lady • Which is the correct order? – ? a beautiful blue sailing boat – ? a blue sailing beautiful boat – ? a blue beautiful sailing boat – ? a sailing beautiful blue boat • Which is the correct order? – ? a new steel carving knife – ? a carving steel new knife – ? a new carving steel knife – ? a steel new carving knife
  • 19. Sources 1. Grammar monster.com. Link: http://www.grammar- monster.com/lessons/adjectives.htm 2. MacFadyen, Heather. Unniversity of Ottawa. Link: http://www.writingcentre.uottawa.ca/hypergrammar/adject ve.html 3. Mastin Mallory, Kaye. English Zone. Link: http://www.lernado.it/english/english1/seconde_1/Adjectiv e%20Order.htm 4. Guide to grammar and writing. Link: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/cgi- shl/quiz.pl/adjectives_quiz.htm 5. University of Victoria, English Language Centre. Link: http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/410/grammar/adjor d1.htm