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  • 1. adverb+adjective noun+noun

2. adverbs canindicatestrength 3.

  • We can use an adverb (e.g.very ) before an adjective (e.g.cold ) to make the adjectivestronger

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  • We can use an adverb (e.g.very ) before an adjective (e.g.cold ) to make the adjectivestronger

It wascold . 5.

  • We can use an adverb (e.g.very ) before an adjective (e.g.cold ) to make the adjectivestronger

It wascold . It wasvery cold . 6.

  • We can use an adverb (e.g.very ) before an adjective (e.g.cold ) to make the adjectivestronger

It wascold . It wasvery cold . We get abetter understandingof just how cold it was by using an adverb 7.

  • We can use an adverb (e.g.very ) before an adjective (e.g.cold ) to make the adjectivestronger

stronger We wereverytiredafter the trip. I feltextremelynervousafter the exam. Imreallyangrywith you. examples: 8. adverbs canshowweakness 9.

  • We can use an adverb (e.g.quite ) before an adjective (e.g.tired ) to make the adjectiveweaker

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  • We can use an adverb (e.g.quite ) before an adjective (e.g.tired ) to make the adjectiveweaker

She wastired . 11.

  • We can use an adverb (e.g.quite ) before an adjective (e.g.tired ) to make the adjectiveweaker

She wastired . She wasquite tired . 12.

  • We can use an adverb (e.g.quite ) before an adjective (e.g.tired ) to make the adjectiveweaker

She wastired . She wasquite tired . We get abetter understandingof just how tired she was by using an adverb 13.

  • We can use an adverb (e.g.quite ) before an adjective (e.g.tired ) to make the adjectiveweaker

Our car isfairlyold .(Its old, but isnt very old.) The meal wasquitenice .(It was nice, but not wonderful.) It wasratherlatewhen we arrived.(It waslate, but not extremely late.) examples: 14. multiple adjectivesmay be used 15.

  • When we use multiple adjectives together, we always put theopinionadjectives (e.g.wonderful ,beautiful , etc.)beforeany others (e.g.new ,warm )

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  • When we use multiple adjectives together, we always put theopinionadjectives (e.g.wonderful ,beautiful , etc.)beforeany others (e.g.new ,warm )

examples: awonderful newproduct alovely warmday abeautiful littlecottage ahorrible greenshirt opinion 17. size adjectivesgive more details 18.

  • We usesize adjectives (e.g.big ,tall ) before an adjective that gives other information, for example its age ( new ,old ), its color, or its shape ( thin , round )

19. examples: We usesizeadjectives (e.g.big ,tall ) before an adjective that gives other information, for example its age ( new ,old ), its color, or its shape ( thin , round ) abig newproduct asmall warmday ahuge littlecottage alarge greenshirt size 20. finally 21. nounscan actlike adjectives 22. We can use two nouns together.Thefirst nounis like an adjective and give information about thesecondnoun . 23. examples: We can use two nouns together.Thefirst nounis like an adjective and give information about thesecondnoun . acardboard box acassette tape acheck book analarm clock noun+noun 24.

  • works cited
  • Coe, Norman, Mark Harrison, and Ken Paterson .Oxford Practice Grammar Basic with Answers . Oxford, England: Oxford
  • University Press, 2006.

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