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UNIT 20 - Comparatives & Superlatives Adverbs
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Comparatives & Superlatives Adverbs
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(a) She is So pretty
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UNIT 20 - So and Such
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UNIT 20 - So and Such
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UNIT 20 - CONNECTORS
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  1. 1. 1 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET ●The comparative will modify verbs that compare the actions of two items. earlier, farther ● The superlative will modify verbs that compare the actions of three or more items. earliest, farthest … □ An adverb gives us information about the verb □ Adverbs tell us WHERE – WHEN – HOW something happens adjective adverb QUICK + LY = QUICKLY I was born an with a –ly I can become an UNIT 20 - Comparatives & Superlatives Adverbs INTRUDUCTION
  2. 2. 2 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET UNIT 20 - Comparatives & Superlatives Adverbs ADVERBS CAN modify 1. VERBS She speaks English WELL HOW? - manner - We ALWAYS go to school. HOW OFTEN? - frequency- They come EARLY WHEN? - time - He waits OUTSIDE WHERE? - place - 2. ADJECTIVES The house is VERY big. 3. another ADVERB The student speaks English QUITE well.
  3. 3. 3 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET Comparatives & Superlatives Adverbs RULES: □ Adverbs of ONE syllable usually form the comparative by adding -er and form the superlative by adding -est hard (positive) - harder (comparative) - (hardest) superlative □ add -er or -est to short adverbs: Positive Comparative Superlative hard harder the hardest late later the latest fast faster the fastest Examples: - Mary works harder than Peter. - All horses in the race ran fast, but the black horse ran the fastest of all. □ Adverbs of TWO or MORE syllables generally form the comparative by adding "more" and the superlative by adding "most" quickly (positive) - more quickly (comparative) - the most quickly (superlative) e.g.: Peter runs quickly (positive), Sara runs more quickly (comparative) but John runs the most quickly (superlative) Positive Comparative Superlative slowly more slowly the most slowly quietly more quietly the most quietly seriously more seriously the most seriously Watch out!! There are exceptions. The irregular adverbs: Positive comparative superlative badly worse the worst well better the best far farther the farthest little less the least
  4. 4. 4 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET Comparatives & Superlatives Adverbs The dogs runs ________ .quickly My granny drives very __________.carefully She always dresses___________ .beautifully He smile _________.happilly Ready for some practice?!!
  5. 5. 5 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET Comparatives & Superlatives Adverbs □ Fill in the gaps with the correct form: adjective or adverb. 1. The story ended _________ . (sad) 2. The novel had a _________ ending. (happy) 3. Her mother ask her to drive ____________ .(careful) 4. The students study _________ for their exam. (hard) 5. The reported described the accident ________ (dramatic) 6. They boy was very ________ and he ate the sandwich ______ .(hungry) 7. It was a _____ flight; the plane flew __________ to New York. (direct) 8. Peter is considered a ______ runner; he can run very _______ .(fast) 9. I like _________ children; those who behave ________. (polite)
  6. 6. 6 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET Comparatives & Superlatives Adverbs  End Gradation of adverbsEnd Gradation of adverbs ANSWERANSWER 1. sadly 2. happy 3. carefully 4. hard (= difficult; hardly = barely / almost not) 5. dramatically 6. hungry / hungrily 7. direct / directly 8. fast / fast (fast is both and adj. and an adv.) 9. polite / politely
  7. 7. 7 FCE by Matifmarin. (a) She is So pretty (b) She is such a pretty girl (a) So + Adjective → "This test is so hard." (= very hard) (b) such + adjective + noun → Lisa is such a beautiful woman . (NO "a" with uncountable nouns) I don't want to swim in such dirty water. Exception: so + [many/much/few/little] noun "So" can come before a noun IF the adjectives many/much/few/little also come before the noun. Examples: "There are so many balloons!" (balloons = countable noun, so we use "many") "Mike drank so much beer." (beer = uncountable noun, so we use "much") "He has so few friends." (friends = countable noun, so we use "few") "We have so little time." (time = uncountable noun, so we use "little") PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET UNIT 20 - So and Such
  8. 8. 8 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET UNIT 20 - So and Such □ Fill in the gaps with SO or SUCH. 1. They had ________ a bad night that they couldn't sleep. 2. He was very grateful to her because she had been _______ nice to him. 3. I'm having ________ a great time here in London. 4. It was ________ cold and rainy that the children had to stay in the house all day. 5. We had ________ fantastic weather that everybody went to the beach for the day. 6. There are ________ good programs on TV nowadays. 7. There are ________ few good programs on TV nowadays. 8. My house has ________ a great view that I never go out. 9. It was _________ dark that I couldn't see anything. 10. This exercise was _________ easy that I don't need to check my answers. I have such an angry boss; he makes me so angry that I could kill him!
  9. 9. 9 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET UNIT 20 - So and Such 1. such 2. so 3. such 4. so 5. such 6. such 7. so 8. such 9. so 10. so ANSWERANSWER  End So & SuchEnd So & Such
  10. 10. 10 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET UNIT 20 - CONNECTORS CONNECTIVES are LINKING WORDS and PHRASES / CONNECTORS □ We use connectors to express logical relationships between sentences, clauses and/or paragraphs. (1) Additional information: and, furthermore, moreover, in addition to, next, then, besides (2) Reason: because, because of, due to, owing to, as, since, therefore, that’s why (3) Contrast: on the other hand, on the contrary, in contrast, although, yet, but, while, whereas (4) Concession: (even) though, anyway, however, nevertheless, in any case, in spite of that, despite (5) Purpose: in order to, so that (6) Result/Consequence: consequently, as a result, therefore, so, thus (7) Giving example: for example, for instance REMEMBER that there are many more connectors/linking words.
  11. 11. 11 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET UNIT 20 - CONNECTORS CONNECTIVES are LINKING WORDS and PHRASES / CONNECTORS The grandfather sleeps and the granddaughter reads He is sleeping while she is reading □ Can you translate the following connector into your language? And __________ But __________ Because __________ Because of ___________ Thus ___________ Even though ___________ Though ____________ When ____________ While ____________ First of all ___________ Firstly ___________ On the one hand ___________ On the other hand ___________ Eventually ___________ Moreover ___________ Along with ____________ In order to ____________ So that ____________
  12. 12. 12 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET UNIT 20 - CONNECTORS CONNECTIVES are LINKING WORDS and PHRASES / CONNECTORS SUGGESTED ANSWERS IN SPANISH:SUGGESTED ANSWERS IN SPANISH: And Y But PERO Because PORQUE Because of A CAUSA DE Thus POR LO TANTO Even though AUNQUE Though SIN EMBARGO When CUANDO While MIENTRAS First of all ANTE TODO Firstly PRIMERAMENTE On the one hand POR UN LADO On the other hand POR OTRO LADO Eventually FINALMENTE Moreover ADEMÁS Along with JUNTO CON In order to CON EL FIN DE So that PARA
  13. 13. 13 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET UNIT 20 - CONNECTORS 1. Mary likes to go for a walk ______ to swim in the see ______ the weather is good. 2. We can paint our flat white _____ yellow _____ we must select a good painter. 3. Sara is intelligent. _____ , she is lazy. She must start working harder _____ she will regret it. 4. I left the party _______ I was bored, ______ it was quite late. 5. He was sad _____ tired _______ being very hungry. 6. Their children ______ watch TV _____ sleep on Sundays. 7. I met by friend in the park ______ invited her to tea. 8. Students must study ________ they may fail. •9. Anne isn't very intelligent. _______, she managed to pass all her exams. •10. _________ it rained a lot, we enjoyed our holidays though - and / when - or - or / but - and / along with - and however - either / or - however / or - because / moreover Practice: □ Choose the suitable connector/s from the box and fill in the gaps to complete the sentences.
  14. 14. 14 PET by Matifmarin. SUMMARY OF CONTENTS PETSUMMARY OF CONTENTS PET  End unit 20End unit 20 UNIT 20 - CONNECTORS CONNECTIVES are LINKING WORDS and PHRASES / CONNECTORS Practice: 1. and / when 2. or / but 3. However / or 4. because / moreover 5. and / along with 6. either / or 7. and 8. or •9. However •10. Though ANSWERANSWER

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