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INTRODUCTION October 23, 2009

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Introduction                                                                                           greetz                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

An adjective is a word which acts to modify a noun in a sentence. While adjectives play a large role in many languages such as English many other languages have no adjectives at all. In English the set of adjectives is fairly well understood, though some people include other parts of speech — such as articles like the — in the class of adjectives.

There are two main roles an adjective may take in a sentence, and with a few exceptions each adjective is able to take either role just as easily. The first role is to act as a predicative adjective, in which the adjective modifies a preceding noun as a predicate, linked by a verb. The second role an adjective may take is as an attributive adjective, in which it modifies a noun by being linked directly to the noun as part of the noun phrase.

Adjectives may be modified by adverbs or adverbial clauses, but not by other adjectives. Many adjectives, however, can easily translate into corresponding adverbs simply by adding the ly ending to them. This can be seen in pairs such as quick/quickly and happy/happily.

In English and many other languages, adjectives also have a correct and incorrect order, depending on the type of adjectives used.  Therefore , the learner should know how to put the adjectives in its proper place. Thus, through following this way you will find it easy to play with adjectives .

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lesson three (activity one) October 20, 2009

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Lesson 3 (activity one):

Try to find the answers:

Adjective Comparative Superlative  
Bad    
clever    
hot
little
many
Narrow
much
dangerous
pretty
ugly

Lesson 3 (activity two):

1. Joe is  —-than Ed. (short)
2. Al is—- the . (short)
3. Ed is—- the . (thin)
4. Joe is —- than Al. (thin)
5. Al has the—-  clothes. (colorful)
6. Al is—-  than Joe. (heavy)
7. Ed is —-the . (light)
8. Joe is—-  than Ed. (happy)
9. Ed is—- the . (mysterious
10. Joe is  —-than Ed. (energetic)

To make sure that you understand the lesson ,do this interactive activity

Activity :jq3b

 

AN INTRODUCTION October 16, 2009

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An introduction                                                                                greetz

An adjective is a word which acts to modify a noun in a sentence. While adjectives play a large role in many languages such as English many other languages have no adjectives at all. In English the set of adjectives is fairly well understood, though some people include other parts of speech — such as articles like the — in the class of adjectives.

There are two main roles an adjective may take in a sentence, and with a few exceptions each adjective is able to take either role just as easily. The first role is to act as a predicative adjective, in which the adjective modifies a preceding noun as a predicate, linked by a verb. The second role an adjective may take is as an attributive adjective, in which it modifies a noun by being linked directly to the noun as part of the noun phrase.

Adjectives may be modified by adverbs or adverbial clauses, but not by other adjectives. Many adjectives, however, can easily translate into corresponding adverbs simply by adding the ly ending to them. This can be seen in pairs such as quick/quickly and happy/happily.

In English and many other languages, adjectives also have a correct and incorrect order, depending on the type of adjectives used.  Therefore , the learner should know how to put the adjectives in its proper place. Thus, through following this way you will find it easy to play with adjectives .

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Activities

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Dear visitor ,try to  enjoy doing these activities in which will enable you to use adjectives probably.Thus  start now by clicking the activities below.

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Lesson 2 (activity two): October 15, 2009

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Write the sentences in the correct order

1- taller / than / Gary / Rick / is.

Gary is taller than Rick.

2-trousers / John / got / has / new / light.

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3-Mary / clothes / likes / bigger

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4-an / expensive / Rick / wearing / coat / is

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5-the / Carol / has / scarf / got / shortest

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6-the / student / he / tallest / is

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7- actress / Mary / the / was / popular / most

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Try to play this game and find the correct answer

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a- Select the correct order of the adjectives in these sentences,
then check your answer.

He invited that ___ lady to dinner.
young beautiful
beautiful young

These are ___ products.
excellent agricultural
agricultural excellent

Why can’t you wear your ___ dress tonight?
pink silk
silk pink

The boy needs ___ balls for that activity
ten cotton small
ten small cotton

b- correct click ‘check’ to check your answer .If you get stuck , click ‘Hint’ to find out the next Put  the words and punctuation in order to form a sentence .When you think your answer is correct part.

1-(, teacher-A-old-boring-.English- .)

2-(English-handsome-,a picture of a young-,footballer .)

3-(young –angry –man -, an )

4-(, comfortable –big –a office – chair  , leather –black .)

If you want to do these activities interactively cilck the below:

Activity one:jqa1
Activity two: jcr1