Lesson 66 troublesome adjectives & adverbs Bad - RUSD

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Lesson 66 troublesome adjectives
& adverbs
 Bad/badly
Bad is an adjective, and can only go after the verbs
are, appear, feel, look, and sound.
 Ex: I felt bad for the victim.
 We look bad compared to them.
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Badly is an adverb, and can only go after act, do
behave, and perform.
 Ex: We did badly on the test.
 I performed badly at the show.
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Fewer/less
 Fewer
only answers the question,
“How many”
 Ex: fewer calories, fewer holidays,
fewer assignments, fewer points,
fewer minutes.
 Less
only answers the question,
“How much?”
 Ex: less homework, less money, less
stress, less effort, less time
 Good/well
Good is an adjective; it describes a
noun only.
 Ex: This food is good. Your project is
good.
 My dog is good. Our vacation was good.
 Well can be either an adjective or an
adverb, depending.
 After a verb, PUT WELL
 Ex: I ran well, he jumped well, we
performed well.
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There is 1 exception to “well”
going after a verb….
 “How
are you doing?”
 WRONG
 RIGHT
=
I’m doing
good.
= “I’M DOING
WELL.”
Today’s Classwork =
Grammar
workbook pgs.
143-144
Homework =
grammar textbook
Chapter
25.2
Do exercises 15, 16, 18