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Adjectives of quality

Adjectives qualify or describe nouns. a thin man a fat man an old book a new book a heavy box a light box a good egg a bad egg a white rabbit a black rabbit A. Put suitable adjectives before each of the following nouns. 1. ___________house 2.___________day 3.___________boy 4.___________tree 5.___________river 6.___________flower 7.___________dog 8.___________car 9.___________winter 10.__________city

Adjectives qualify or describe nouns. a thin man a fat man an old book a new book a heavy box a light box a good egg a bad egg a white rabbit a black rabbit A. Put suitable adjectives before each of the following nouns. 1. ___________house 2.___________day 3.___________boy 4.___________tree 5.___________river 6.___________flower 7.___________dog 8.___________car 9.___________winter 10.__________city

B. Underline the adjectives in the following sentences. 1. The teacher gave us an interesting lesson. 2. An elephant is a big animal, a mouse is a small one. 3. We are going on a long journey. 4. These small apples have a sweet taste. 5. Lions are strong, fierce animals. 6. You cannot borrow my favourite shirt. 7. I tossed the small stone into the deep water. 8. Please cut me a big piece of cake. 9. The big house across the road has a blue door. 10. The long train stopped at the old station.

B. Underline the adjectives in the following sentences. 1. The teacher gave us an interesting lesson. 2. An elephant is a big animal, a mouse is a small one. 3. We are going on a long journey. 4. These small apples have a sweet taste. 5. Lions are strong, fierce animals. 6. You cannot borrow my favourite shirt. 7. I tossed the small stone into the deep water. 8. Please cut me a big piece of cake. 9. The big house across the road has a blue door. 10. The long train stopped at the old station.

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Adjectives that tell us how much or how many. I have two eyes. There are twenty books on the desk. The five boys went to the shop. We didnt have much rain yesterday. There arent many apples on that tree. A. Complete the sentences with an adjective of quantity. 1. There are _________ bottles on the shelf. 2. There are not ________ pictures in that book. 3. I have ______ eyes and ______ nose. 4. Ali didnt spend _______ money on his holiday. 5. There are _________ days in a week.

Adjectives that tell us how much or how many. I have two eyes. There are twenty books on the desk. The five boys went to the shop. We didnt have much rain yesterday. A. Complete the sentences with an adjective of quantity. There arent many apples on that tree. 1. There are _________ bottles on the shelf. 2. There are not ________ pictures in that book. 3. I have ______ eyes and ______ nose. 4. Ali didnt spend _______ money on his holiday. 5. There are _________ days in a week.

Demonstrative and interrogative adjectives


Demonstrative adjectives that point out people, things, etc. This and these are used for near things. That and those are used for things that are far. Interrogative adjectives are used to ask questions. What book are you reading? Which boy is your friend? Whose cat is this? B. Complete the following sentences. 1. Do you like __________ shoes I am wearing? 2. Will you pass me _________ pen? 3.________ bicycle is that? 4. I bought ________ apples from _________ shop in town. 5.________ colour is your house?

Demonstrative and interrogative adjectives


Demonstrative adjectives that point out people, things, etc. This and these are used for near things. That and those are used for things that are far. Interrogative adjectives are used to ask questions. What book are you reading? Which boy is your friend? Whose cat is this? B. Complete the following sentences. 1. Do you like __________ shoes I am wearing? 2. Will you pass me _________ pen? 3.________ bicycle is that? 4. I bought ________ apples from _________ shop in town. 5.________ colour is your house?

Adjectives of quantity

Adverbs

Adverbs of manner These adverbs tell us how an action is done. The boy ran quickly. Adverbs of time These adverbs tell us when an action is done. We must go to town tomorrow. Adverbs of place These adverbs tell us where the action happened. Sit down here. A. Underline the adverbs in the following sentences. 1. The children played happily. 2. The team played well and won their game easily. 3. I did the work yesterday. 4. The girl shouted suddenly, The car is here! 5. The bird sang sweetly. B. Use the adverbs in the box to complete the sentences. well quickly brightly today tomorrow carefully hard loudly here fast tonight slowly 1. The boy wrote ___________. 2. Open the door ___________. 3. Come _________. I want to speak to you. 4. You are working too ____________. 5. I will do the work ______________. 6. I saw Jane ____________ and I shall see her again ____________. 7. Mary is a good singer; I didnt know she sang so _____________. 8. Learning English is _________ work.

These adverbs tell us how an action is done. The boy ran quickly. Adverbs of time These adverbs tell us when an action is done. We must go to town tomorrow. Adverbs of place These adverbs tell us where the action happened. Sit down here. A. Underline the adverbs in the following sentences. 1. The children played happily. 2. The team played well and won their game easily. 3. I did the work yesterday. 4. The girl shouted suddenly, The car is here! 5. The bird sang sweetly. B. Use the adverbs in the box to complete the sentences. well quickly brightly today tomorrow carefully hard loudly here fast tonight slowly 1. The boy wrote ___________. 2. Open the door ___________. 3. Come _________. I want to speak to you. 4. You are working too ____________. 5. I will do the work ______________. 6. I saw Jane ____________ and I shall see her again ____________. 7. Mary is a good singer; I didnt know she sang so _____________. 8. Learning English is _________ work.

Adverbs
Adverbs of manner