G&U_S_SetBU16 - DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Unit 16 Adjectives adverbs Grammar Usage Grammar Usage Unit 16 Adjectives adverbs 16.1 Uses 16.2 Order and

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1 Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage Grammar & Usage Grammar & Usage Grammar & Usage Grammar & Usage 16.1 16.1 Uses Uses Part A Part A Grammar Practice Grammar Practice Part B Part B Part C Part C Part D Part D Part E Part E Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs 16.2 16.2 Order and position Order and position 16.3 16.3 Exceptions Exceptions 16.4 16.4 Prepositional phrase Prepositional phrase Part A Part A Language Practice Language Practice Part B Part B
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2 Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.129 P.129 16.1 16.1 Uses Uses We use an adjective to describe a noun. There was a heavy rainstorm last night.
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3 Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.129 P.129 We use an adverb to describe: There was very heavy rain last night. an adjective It rained very heavily last night. an adverb a verb It rained heavily last night. adverb adverb adverb
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4 Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.129 P.129 16.2 16.2 Order and position Order and position Many adjectives are put before the noun they describe, or after linking verbs such as: be ( am, are, is, was, were, etc.) seem , appear ( to seem ) become , get ( to become ) feel ( to experience a particular feeling or emotion ) look ( to have a particular appearance ) taste , smell ( to have a particular smell ) sound ( if something sounds good, it seems good to someone after they hear/read about it )
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5 Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.129 P.129 The new washer was delivered this morning. This washer is new , isn’t it? This washer looks new . When did you buy it?
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6 Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.129 P.129 We use an adjective after the verbs look, smell, taste, sound, feel, etc. when it functions as a linking verb. We use an adverb when these verbs describe an action. The immigration officer looked carefully at his passport photo. Compare: Compare: Your plan sounds good to me. ( sound + adjective) The driver sounded the horn impatiently . ( sound+ adverb)
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7 Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.129 P.129 An adjective also follows the verbs keep and make . Wear this jacket. It’ll keep you warm . What makes you so sure he’s coming?
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8 Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs Unit 16 Adjectives & adverbs DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.130 P.130 16.3 16.3 Exceptions Exceptions Some adjectives such as: afraid , alight , alike , alive , alone , ashamed , asleep , awake , aware , etc. are rarely used before the noun they describe.
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