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Ingles 2
3 Encuentro Sabatino
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Adjective
 Adverbs
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Adjectives
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Words that are used to modify a
Noun (place, thing or
person)giving value or quality
The man is tall
 I have a blue car
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Adverbs
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Words that descine or modify a
verb, adjective or adverb
He studies silently
 I ate slowly
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Examples
Adjectives are used to modify
nouns: The dog is loud.
 Adverbs are used to modify
verbs, adjectives or other
adverbs: The dog barks loudly.
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The following verbs can only be used with adjectives
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be
become
get
grow
keep
remain
seem
sound
stay
turn
Linking Verbs
VERBS
Use Adjective
Use Adverb
Look
Look good
(appearance)
Look well (healthy)
Feel
Feel good (state of
health or mind)
Feel well (have a
good sense of
touch)
Smell
Smell good (odour)
Smell well (good
sense of smell)
taste
Taste good
(preference)
Taste well (good
sense of taste)
Excersices
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Niagara Falls form a (natural/naturally)
border between the United States and
Canada.
Tourists visit this place
(frequent/frequently).
The Falls are very (noisy/noisily).
So you must speak (loud/loudly) or nobody
can understand you.
Many years ago, the Iroquois tribe lived
here (peaceful/peacefully).
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Adjectives
Adjectives usually answer one of
a few different questions: "What
kind?" or "Which?" or "How
many?" For example:
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adjectives answer the following
questions:
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Which?
What kind of?
How many?
Adverbs
She sang beautifully."
Beautifully is an adverb that
modifies sang. It tells us how
she sang
 The most common question that
adverbs answer is how
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http://owl.english.purdue.edu/o
wl/resource/536/01/
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