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adjective & adverb

  1. 1. ADJECTIVESADJECTIVES GOOD BAD TALL DIRTY WISE RED FAT THIN THIS THOSE SHORT WHITE
  2. 2. ADJECTIVEADJECTIVE DESCRIPTIVE ADJECTIVE PROPER ADJECTIVE QUANTITATIVE ADJECTIVE NUMBEARL ADJECTIVE DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVE INTERROGATIVE ADJECTIVE POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE DISTRIBUTIVE ADJECTIVE EMPHASZING ADJECTIVE EXCLAMATORY ADJECTIVE RELATIVE ADJECTIVE
  3. 3. 1. DESCRIPTIVE ADJECTIVE GOOD, BAD, TALL, SHOT, BLACK, FAT, THIN, FAT, THIN, CLEVER, FOOLISH, POOR, RICH, BRAVE, COWARDLY, PRETTY, AGLY, HAPPY, SORRY, ETC. THE RICH MAN LIVES IN THE BIG HOUSE. ( A CLEVER PUPIL CAN ANSWER THE DIFFICULT PROBLEM. ( THE BLACK CAT CUAGH A SMAIL BIRD. ( SMALL RICH, BIG, CLEVER, DIFFICULT, BLACK
  4. 4. 2. PROPER ADJECTIVE PROPER NOUN JOHN EMPLOYS A CHINESE COOK. ( DO YOU LEARN FRENCH LITERATURE? ( THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IS USED BY EVERY NATION. ( CHINESE, FRENCH, ENGLISH
  5. 5. 3. QUANTITIVE ADJECTIVE MUCH, MANY, LITTLE, SOME, ANY, ENOUGH, HALF, GREAT, ALL, WHOLE, SUFFICENT, ETC. HE ATE MUCH RICE AT SCHOOL YESTERDAY.( LINDA DID NOT GIVE ANY MONEY TO HER YOUNGER BROTHER.( TAKE GREAT CARE OF YOUR HEALTH.( MUCH, ANY, GREAT
  6. 6. 4. NUMBERAL ADJECTIVE SHE GAVE ME TWO APPLES AND THREE ORGANES.( BILL WANTS TO BUY SEVEN PENS.( TWO, THREE, SEVEN
  7. 7. 5. DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVE THIS, THAT ( THESE ,THOSE ( SUCH, SAME I INVITED THAT MAN TO COME IN.( JAN HATED SUCH THINGS BECAUSE THEY MADE HER ILL.( THEY SAID THE SAME THING TWO OR THREE TIMES.( THAT,SUCH,SAME
  8. 8. 6.INTERROGATIVE ADJECTIVE WHAT, WHICH, WHOSE WHAT BOOK IS HE READING IN THE ROOM?( WHICH WAY SHALL WE GO?( WHOSE SHOES ARE THESE?( WHAT,WHICH,WHOSE
  9. 9. MY,OUR,YOUR,HIS,HER,ITS THEIR THIS IS MY TABLE.( HER PEN IS ON MY DESK.( OUR NATION NEEDS SOLIDARITY.( THEIR PARENTS WORK HARD EVERY DAY.( MY, HER, OUR, THEIR
  10. 10. EACH( EVERY( EITHER( NEITHER( THE TWO MEN HAD EACH A GUN.( EVERY SOLDIER IS PUNCTUALLY IN HIS PLACE.( EITHER SIDE IS A NARROW LANE.( NEITHER ACCUSATION IS TRUE.( EACH,EVERY,EITHER,NEITHER
  11. 11. 9. EMPHASIZING ADJECTIVE OWN( VERY( LINDA SAID THAT SHE HAD SEEN IT WITH HER OWN EYES.( HE IS THE VERY MAN WHO STOLE MY WRIST WATCH LAST NIGHT.( JEAN IS MY OWN GIRL-FRIEND.( OWN,VERY
  12. 12. 10. EXCLAMATORY ADJECTIVE WHAT WHAT A MAN HE IS!( WHAT AN IDEA IT IS!( WHAT A PIECE OF WORK HE DOES!( WHAT
  13. 13. 11. RELATIVE ADJECTIVE WHAT( WHICHEVER( GIVE ME WHAT MONEY YOU HAVE.( I WILL TAKE WHICHEVER HORSE YOU DON T WANT.( HE WILL READ WHAT BOOK HE WISHES.[ WHAT, WHICHEVER
  14. 14. ADVERB ( MODIFY) - HE RUNS QUICKLY. = QUICKLY HE RUNS - SHE IS VERY BEAUTIFUL. = VERY BEAUTIFUL - HE SPEAKS TOO FAST. = TOO FAST
  15. 15. KINDS OF ADVERB) SIMPLE ADVERBS = INTERROGATIVE ADVERBS = RELATIVE(CONJUNCTION) ADVERBS =
  16. 16. SIMPLE ADVERBS INTERROGATIVE, RELATIVE ADVERBS SIMPLE ADVERB ADVERB OF TIME WHEN" - I WILL DO MY HOMEWORK TOMORROW. = - HE CAME VERY LATE. LET'S START NOW. = ADVERB OF TIME OFTEN, AFTERWARD = = BEFORE = LATE, LATELY = PRESENTLY = SOON = WHEN = ALREADY IMMEDIATELY = ONCE = SHORTLY = STILL = YET =
  17. 17. 2. ADVERB OF FREQUENCY OFTEN, AGAIN, SOMETIMES, NEVER, EVER, WEEKLY, EVERY MORNING, MONTHLY, ETC. HOW OFTEN? - HE ALWAYS DOES HIS WORK WELL. = - WE HAVE NEVER SEEN NOW. = - I SOMETIMES GO SHOPPING. = EVER ( IF-SENTENCE) - DO YOU EVER SEE BUSH NOW? =
  18. 18. 3. ADVERB OF PLACE NEAR, OUT, INSIDE, OUTSIDE, UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS, HERE, ETC. WHERE" - MY BOSS WENT OUTSIDEBANGKOK. = - HE LIVES HERE. I WANT TO GO THERE. = ADVERB OF MANNER WELL, FAST, HARD, LATE, PROBABLY, SLOWLY, CERTAINLY, QUIETLY, CAREFULLY, ETC. HOW" - SOMRAK FIGHTS BRAVELY. = - SHE SPEAKS ENGLISH WELL. =
  19. 19. - THIS COFFEE IS VERY GOOD. = VERY ADVERB GOOD GOOD - IT HAS BEEN A LONG JOURNEY BUT WE ARE NEARLY THERE NOW. = NEARLY ADVERB ADVERB THERE) ADVERB OF DEGREE VERY = QUITE = TOO = NEARLY = COMPLETELY = ABSOLUTELY = DEEPLY = DISTINCTLY = ENORMOUS = ENTIRELY = GREATLY = EQUALLY = EXACTLY =
  20. 20. 2. ADVERB OF QUANTITY - HE WORKED LITTLE. = - SHE WORKED MUCH = - WE WON THE PRIZE TWICE =
  21. 21. 3. ADVERB OF REASON - CONSEQUENTLY, HE REFUSED TO GO. = - THEREFORE, THEY DECIDED TO BOYCOTT THE MEETING. = - HENCE, I AM UNABLE TO HELP YOU. =
  22. 22. 4. ADVERB OF AFFIRMATION - SHE IS CERTAINLY RIGHT. I AM NOT GOING. = - HE IS A FOOL INDEED. = - YOU ARE SURELY MISUNDERSTOOD. I WILL PROBABLY GO. =
  23. 23. 2. INTERROGATIVE ADVERB TIME) WHEN" ( HOW LONG" ( - WHEN WILL YOU COME BACK? = - HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN IN BANGKOK? = PLACE) WHERE" - WHERE ARE YOU COME FROM? = NUMBER) HOW MANY ( OFTEN ( - HOW MANY PENS DO YOU HAVE? = - HOW OFTEN DOES HE GO TO AMERICA? = MANNER) HOW ( - HOW ARE YOU TODAY? = QUANTITY) HOW MUCH ( - HOW MUCH DO YOU EAT? = REASON) WHY ( - WHY DO YOU LATE? = HOW
  24. 24. 3. RELATIVE, CONJUNCTION ADVERBS WHEN, WHERE, WHILE, WHENEVER, HOW, ETC. - THIS IS THE REASON WHY I LEFT. = - I DON'T KNOW THE PLACE WHERE HE LIVES? = COMPARISON OF ADVERBS)
  25. 25. http://learnenglish.nabia10.com/gramma/th/a djectives.html  http://www.trueplookpanya.com/new/cms_det ail/knowledge/18557-00/ 

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