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  1. Today we are focusing on…

  2. ADJECTIVES

  3. ADJECTIVES

  4. Confused? INTRO VIDEO CLIP

  5. How about a video clip to help? • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYzGLzFuwxI

  6. OBJECTIVES  • To know and understand the definition of the word adjective. • Students should know the three types of adjectives, and they should be able to change an adjective into each of the three forms.

  7. What is an adjective? • Definition: • Words used to describe nouns or pronouns • They typically ask the questions • Which one? • What kind? • How many? EXAMPLE : The tall man ate ice cream.

  8. Adjectives can take three forms… • Positive – It is the main form of an adjective. It is used when describing a single thing or multiple things that have the same characteristic. • Example: Miley Cyrus is a pretty girl.

  9. The second form is…. • Comparative – It is the form used when comparing two things. • General Rule: To make a short adjective comparative you add –er. For a longer adjective at more in front of the adjective. • Example: • Taylor Swift is nicerthan • Kanye West.

  10. The third form is… 3. Superlative- It is the form used when comparing three or more objects. • General Rule: for short words you add –est. For longer words at put most in front of the word. • example: • The Sunflower is the tallestflower.

  11. need to be careful because there are words that don’t follow the pattern. You Examples: Good, Bad, and Little

  12. Practice, Practice, Practice • 1) old- - • 2) bad - - • 3) difficult - - • 4) large - - • 5) good - - Standard Comparative Superlative

  13. Practice, Practice, Practice • 1) old- - • 2) bad - - • 3) difficult - - • 4) large - - • 5) good - - Standard Comparative Superlative Older

  14. Practice, Practice, Practice • 1) old- - • 2) bad - - • 3) difficult - - • 4) large - - • 5) good - - Standard Comparative Superlative Older oldest

  15. Practice, Practice, Practice • 1) old- - • 2) bad - - • 3) difficult - - • 4) large - - • 5) good - - Standard Comparative Superlative Older oldest worse

  16. Practice, Practice, Practice • 1) old- - • 2) bad - - • 3) difficult - - • 4) large - - • 5) good - - Standard Comparative Superlative Older oldest worse worst

  17. Practice, Practice, Practice • 1) old- - • 2) bad - - • 3) difficult - - • 4) large - - • 5) good - - Standard Comparative Superlative Older oldest worse worst More difficult

  18. Practice, Practice, Practice • 1) old- - • 2) bad - - • 3) difficult - - • 4) large - - • 5) good - - Standard Comparative Superlative Older oldest worse worst More difficult Most difficult

  19. Practice, Practice, Practice • 1) old- - • 2) bad - - • 3) difficult - - • 4) large - - • 5) good - - Standard Comparative Superlative Older oldest worse worst More difficult Most difficult larger

  20. Practice, Practice, Practice • 1) old- - • 2) bad - - • 3) difficult - - • 4) large - - • 5) good - - Standard Comparative Superlative Older oldest worse worst More difficult Most difficult larger largest

  21. Practice, Practice, Practice • 1) old- - • 2) bad - - • 3) difficult - - • 4) large - - • 5) good - - Standard Comparative Superlative Older oldest worse worst Most difficult More difficult larger largest better

  22. Practice, Practice, Practice • 1) old- - • 2) bad - - • 3) difficult - - • 4) large - - • 5) good - - Standard Comparative Superlative Older oldest worse worst Most difficult More difficult larger largest better best

  23. GreatJob!