UNIVERSIDAD CENTRAL DEL
ECUADOR
FACULTAD DE FILOSOFÌA LETRAS Y
CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACIÓN
ESCUELA DE IDIOMAS
CARRERA PLURINL...
ADJECTIVES:


Adjectives are words that describe to the noun or
pronoun.
Quality

Indefinite

Adjective

Possessive

Demonstrative
ADJECTIVE OF QUALITY


Adjectives in English are invariable , it means that
have the same form in male, female, neuter,
s...


Tall women



Tall men


Fat

thin



Beautiful

ugly


Young



Big

old

small
MORE:


Thick, clean, dirty, wide, narrow, heavy, light hot,
cold, ect.
WITH THESE ADJECTIVES WE CAN COMPAIRE TO
PEOPLE, ANIMALS AND THINGS.


There are three degrees of comparison.

Positive d...
POSITIVE DEGREE
This is builted with: as +adjective +as
 Ex: kelly is as tall as Lucy.


And for negatives Not + as + ad...
Comparative degree
COMPARATIVES is formed adding “er” to the
short adjectives.

Ex: Paul is taller than Mary


And it’s necessary to use “more” before adjectives
that have more of one syllable.



This movie is more interesting t...
SUPERLATIVES:
We use the superlative to tell than one person,
animal or thing is more that any other thing
 That house is...
IRREGULAR ADJECTIVES



Good



The best



Bad



The worst



Far



The farthest



Little



The least
ADJECTIVES DEMONSTRATIVES
ADJECTIVES ARE PLACED BEFORE A NOUN. IT
POINTS OUT IN A CONCRETE WAY TO A PERSON,

ANIMAL, OR THINGS.

Examples
 This is ...
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES
I

My

You

your

He

his

She

Her

It

its

We

Our

They

Their
ARE PLACED BEFORE OF NOUNS TO INDICATE
WHO IS HIS OWNER AND ARE INVARIABLES
INDEFINITE ADJECTIVES


These describe imprecise quantities.



A lot of money

little money
SOME:


There are some pencils on the table
A FEW



:

Some apples

a few apples
SEVERAL

AND QUITE A FEW



I have been here several times



She ate quite few apples.
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adjectives por Katherine Chacón

  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD CENTRAL DEL ECUADOR FACULTAD DE FILOSOFÌA LETRAS Y CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACIÓN ESCUELA DE IDIOMAS CARRERA PLURINLINGÜE TEMA: NOMBRE: KATHERINE CHACÓN EL ADJETIVO SEPTIEMBRE 2013
  2. 2. ADJECTIVES:  Adjectives are words that describe to the noun or pronoun.
  3. 3. Quality Indefinite Adjective Possessive Demonstrative
  4. 4. ADJECTIVE OF QUALITY  Adjectives in English are invariable , it means that have the same form in male, female, neuter, singular and plural. It is always placed before the noun that describes.  Ex: a big house.
  5. 5.  Tall women  Tall men
  6. 6.  Fat thin  Beautiful ugly
  7. 7.  Young  Big old small
  8. 8. MORE:  Thick, clean, dirty, wide, narrow, heavy, light hot, cold, ect.
  9. 9. WITH THESE ADJECTIVES WE CAN COMPAIRE TO PEOPLE, ANIMALS AND THINGS.  There are three degrees of comparison. Positive degree:  When tow people, animals or things aren’t equal.   Comparative degree: We use this to tall that one person, animal or thing is more…..than another person, animal or thing.  Superlative degree:
  10. 10. POSITIVE DEGREE This is builted with: as +adjective +as  Ex: kelly is as tall as Lucy.  And for negatives Not + as + adjective + as  EX: Lucas is not as clever as John 
  11. 11. Comparative degree COMPARATIVES is formed adding “er” to the short adjectives. Ex: Paul is taller than Mary
  12. 12.  And it’s necessary to use “more” before adjectives that have more of one syllable.  This movie is more interesting than that one.  These shoes are expensive than those ones.
  13. 13. SUPERLATIVES: We use the superlative to tell than one person, animal or thing is more that any other thing  That house is the biggest  as you see we should add (the +“est”) to the adjective .  but when the adjective isn’t short we put “the most” before adjective   Paul is the most diligent .
  14. 14. IRREGULAR ADJECTIVES  Good  The best  Bad  The worst  Far  The farthest  Little  The least
  15. 15. ADJECTIVES DEMONSTRATIVES
  16. 16. ADJECTIVES ARE PLACED BEFORE A NOUN. IT POINTS OUT IN A CONCRETE WAY TO A PERSON, ANIMAL, OR THINGS. Examples  This is my cat   Ex: these are my books.
  17. 17. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES I My You your He his She Her It its We Our They Their
  18. 18. ARE PLACED BEFORE OF NOUNS TO INDICATE WHO IS HIS OWNER AND ARE INVARIABLES
  19. 19. INDEFINITE ADJECTIVES  These describe imprecise quantities.  A lot of money little money
  20. 20. SOME:  There are some pencils on the table
  21. 21. A FEW  : Some apples a few apples
  22. 22. SEVERAL AND QUITE A FEW  I have been here several times  She ate quite few apples.

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