Презентація "Adverbs"

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Adverbs


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Block 1: Degrees of Comparison


Слайд #3
Make three forms of comparison


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Basic (positive)
Comparative
Superlative
Quietly
Politely
Loudly
more Quietly
More loudly
more politely
The most Quietly
The most politely
The most loudly


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Basic (positive)
Comparative
Superlative
Hard
early
Fast
Harder
Faster
Earlier
The hardest
The earliest
The Fastest


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Basic (positive)
Comparative
Superlative
Well
far
Little
Better
Less
Farther/ further
The best
The farthest/ the furthest
The least


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Basic (positive)
Comparative
Superlative
Badly
much/ many
Little
Worse
Less
More
The worst
The most
The least


Слайд #8
Choose a right variant:


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He left a room …
Jane works …
Quiet
Quietly
Hardly
Hard


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Her nephew behaves …
They took this ticket …
Free
Freely
Freely
Free


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She speaks quickly so he … understands her
Her niece is a workaholic and she works …
Hard
Hardly
Hardly
Hard


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Early
More early
The most early
Earlier
The earliest


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Far
Farther
The farthest
Farer
The farest


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Look this cute boy is running …
Quickly
Quick


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Your new idea seems …
Interesting
Interestingly


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Actually this new train can move …
fast
Fastly


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Его одноколассник такой же высокий как и он.
His classmate is as tall as he is.


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Этот автомобиль не такой быстрый как тот.
This car is not so fast as that one.


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Block 4: Correct the mistakes


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Ann talks loudly than Liza.
She gets up more early than her friend.
She is a wonderful singer. She sings beautiful.
More loudly
Earlier
Beautifully


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They left the party lately.
This man is walking slow.
He speaks interesting.
Late
Slow
Interestingly


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Her aunt is a good cook. She cooks good.
He is a good reader. He reds all texts careful.
This apple pie tastes well.
Well
Carefully
Good