9th March 2023
You have learnt many adjectives, practised grammar in present and past tenses, and begun to form adverbs. Now it’s time to bring it all back home.
First, lets change some adjectives to adverbs. Are you ready ?
beautiful // calm // careful // easy // good // happy // honest // polite // quick
angry // bad // careless // greedy // lazy // loud // nervous // rough // selfish // stupid
dangerous // fast // furious // mysterious // rare // serious // slow
I will show you some photos and I want you to write a short piece using adjectives, adverbs and some creative thinking.
Please, Thay Paul, give us an example.
OK, look at the above photo. What adjectives describe the subject ?
The lady is: Asian / beautiful / cute / healthy / intelligent / kind / popular / young
She has: long, black, wavy hair.
She wears a (an) light blue / comfortable / expensive / fashionable dress.
Where is she and what is she doing ?
She is at work, in a bright / clean / modern office. Maybe she is at home in her quiet / new apartment.
She is working on a (an) expensive / fast / new laptop. Her work is difficult / easy / important.
How does she work ?
She is smiling, so maybe she works quickly, or happily or well. Maybe she has finished and can now relax.
So what’s the story ? Let’s use present tense (verb 1).
A beautiful, young, Asian lady is working happily on her new laptop. She has finished her difficult, English homework so she feels fantastic.
How many adjectives did I use ?
Where did I put the adverb ? After the verb ‘work’. Here I used the continuous form (verb + ing). So, put the adverb after a verb (Verb 1, Verb 2 or verb + ing).
Now … your turn
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