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Julieth galan jacome
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  • 1. Julieth GalanJacomeUNIVERSIDAD POPULAR DEL CESAR.Lic en Lengua Castellana e inglesVALLEDUPAR -2013
  • 2. DERSCRIBING my WORLDWe use adjectives to describe our world .
  • 3. ADJECTIVEAdjectives are words used to describepeople, things ,events egg: Beautiful, little …
  • 4. THE DIFFERENT TYPES OFADJECTIVES POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES INDEFINITE ADJECTIVES
  • 5. POSSESIVE ADJECTIVES Possessiveadjectives are used to show possession. They are my, your, his, her, its, our and their.
  • 6. DEMOSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES adjectives are used to demonstrate Demonstrative or indicate specific things. This, that, these and those are all demonstrative adjectives .
  • 7. INDEFINITE ADJECTIVESUnlike demonstrative adjectives, which indicate specific items, I indefinite adjectives do not point out specific things. They are formed from indefinite pronouns. The most common indefinite adjectives are no, any, many, few and several.
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  • 9. Web references http://www.writingcentre.uottawa.ca/hy pergrammar/adjectve.html. http://www.clafoti.com/Imagenes/Adject ives.htm.

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