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THE WAY WE
ARE

*UNIT 1
*
ADMIRED PERSON
* I REALLY ADMIRE A GUY IN MY KARATE

CLASS. HE IS EXTREMELY COMPETITIVE,
BUT WHEN HE WINS, HE IS NOT ARROG...
AN ADJECTIVE

GRAMAR
MANNER ADVERBS VS
ADJETIVES
ADVERB OF MANNER

Use an adverb to modify how a person performs an
action...
EXAMPLE
GRAMAR ADVERBS BEFORE
AND ADVERBS
Adjectives and adverbs

Look at these examples:
• Our holiday was too short - the
time w...
EXAMPLE
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Resumen unidad 1

  1. 1. THE WAY WE ARE *UNIT 1
  2. 2. *
  3. 3. ADMIRED PERSON * I REALLY ADMIRE A GUY IN MY KARATE CLASS. HE IS EXTREMELY COMPETITIVE, BUT WHEN HE WINS, HE IS NOT ARROGANT LIKE SOME OF THE OTHER GUYS. * HE IS NOT VERY OUTGOING, SO SOME PEOPLE THINK HE IS BASICALLY JUST SHY.
  4. 4. AN ADJECTIVE GRAMAR MANNER ADVERBS VS ADJETIVES ADVERB OF MANNER Use an adverb to modify how a person performs an action or activity. A similar meaning may be expressed with a prepositional phrase. "in this … manner" Use an adjective to modify the quality or character of a noun. MODIFIES THE VERB MODIFIES THE NOUN He is an excellent tennis player. VS He plays tennis excellently. (adverb) He plays tennis in an excellent manner. (prep phrase) He is a graceful athlete. He moves gracefully. He moves in a graceful manner. He is a smart player. He dresses smartly. (fashionably) He plays in a smart way. (strategic) He is a defensive player. He will play defensively in tomorrow's game. He will play in a defensive manner in tomorrow's game. He is a professional athlete. He is an expert player. He appears professionally at fundraisers. (appear – take part in a public event) dynamic verb) He plays expertly. *He appears expertly. (appear – seem) (static verb).
  5. 5. EXAMPLE
  6. 6. GRAMAR ADVERBS BEFORE AND ADVERBS Adjectives and adverbs Look at these examples: • Our holiday was too short - the time went very quickly. • The driver of the car was seriously injured in the accident. * Quickly and seriously are adverbs. Many adverbs are made from an adjective + -ly: Adjectiv e quick serious careful Quiet Adverb quickly seriously carefull y bad quietly badly Heavy Heavily Not all words ending in -ly are adverbs. Some adjectives end in -ly too, for example: Friendly / lively / elderly / lonely / silly / lovely Adjectives (quick/careful etc.) tell us about a noun. We use adjectives before nouns and after some verbs, especially be: • Tom is a careful driver, (not 'a carefully driver') • We didn't go out because of the heavy rain. • Please be quiet. • I was disappointed that my exam results were so bad. We also use adjectives after the verbs look/ feel/ sound etc. • Why do you always look so serious?
  7. 7. EXAMPLE

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