Comparativos y Superlativos. COMPARATIVOS:. UNEQUAL- _____________ ________ MÁS/MENOS __________ QUE ____________. (1st noun) (verb) (Adj. To compare) (2nd noun) IRREGULARS… MEJOR/PEOR (EL/LA MEJOR, EL/LA PEOR) MAYOR/MENOR (EL/LA MAYOR, EL/LA MENOR). Comparativos cont….By jclara
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Warm Up: Get out a sheet of paper. Title it “Grammar Warm Ups-August 25-29”.
NOUN – VERB PAIRS. ABC 9. Some VERBS have a single movement. Their related NOUNS have smaller, repeated movement. Sit Chair. Comb-hair Comb. Fly Airplane. Open/close-door Door. Open/close-window Window. Go-by-boat Boat. Go-by-train Train. Open/close-book Book. Meet Meeting.
Surmise Verb, Noun To think or believe without certain supporting evidence to conjecture or guess; likely idea that lacks definite proof.
Noun, Verb or Adjective?. Let’s Get Started!. next. What is a noun?. person, place or thing. back. next. What is a verb?. an action word. back. next. What is an adjective?. a word that describes a noun. back. next. girl. noun. verb. adjective. next. back. Perfect!. go on.
ASSESSMENT: NOUN OR VERB?. Assessment Literacy. Assessment Literacy Team. Rebecca Khosravipour Rebecca.Khosravipour@usd262.net Karen Duling email@example.com Rebecca Greer firstname.lastname@example.org Rich Wilson email@example.com Connie Winter firstname.lastname@example.org
MERCHANDISING NOUN OR VERB?. MERCHANDISNG. Introduction : How Does Merchandise Get In Your Store? What Questions Should I Ask Myself When Ordering?. OBJECTIVE. Be able to define merchandising. MERCHANDISING. Merchandising is being able to: get the right merchandise
Noun and verb agreement. “They need to work together!”. NOUN AND VERB AGREEMENT. Nouns and verbs need to work together to create a complete thought. (sounds right) Nouns can be plural or singular. Singular= one (dog) Plural= more than one (dogs)
Noun Style and Verb Style. Action vs. Stasis. Verb Style: I came. I saw. I conquered. There is action taking place here. “I” engaged in three specific actions. Based on action Noun Style: Arrival; Reconnaissance; Victory.
SUBJECT VERB DIRECT OBJECT NOUN Álex y Javier están tomando fotos. Álex and Javier are taking photos.