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INTENSIFIERS Teacher:Andreia Deluca High School
SO (tão) Usado antes de: Adjetivo ou advérbio Ex.: I didn´t like that book. The story was so boring. The car passed so quickly.
Let´s check : Adjective or Adverb? nice interesting slowly fast good well near dangerous huge tired short hot brilliant hard thin exciting easily dark big late horrible pretty happily cute
SUCH (tão) Usado junto com substantivo. such + a noun Ex.: I didn´t like that book. It was such a boring story. But, There are such nice people here.
SUCH AS ( tais como) Usado para exemplificar. Ex.: He was collecting small insects, such as butterflies, ladybugs, ants, etc.
Outros caso de SO e SUCH So long- a tempo; adeus So far- até aqui So much- tanto, tanta (incontável) So many- tantos, tantas(contável) Such a long time- tanto tempo
ENOUGH ( o suficiente)
Too or enough. « Enough » goes after adjectives and adverbs: He didnt pass his exam because he didnt study (hard) enough. She cant get married until shes.
Too and enough. Both too and enough are used to talk about how much or how little of something there is.
Quantifiers. With plural count Nouns Many Many Several Several A few A few few few.
To be active, the first three will get my present after class! (*^__^*)
Adverb Noun Noun Adjective Adjective Verb Verb Preposition Preposition Pronoun Pronoun.
Comparative of Equality... Sentenças afirmativas as + adjetivo + as as tall as as rich as as intelligent as as careful as Paul is John.
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POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES AND PRONOUNS USOS: A- POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Obrigatoriamente antes de substantivos, precedidos ou não de adjetivos. Ex.: HER parents.
Comparisons Adjectives Rule Use the comparative form of an adjective to compare two people, places or things. After the comparative.
Adjectives Adjectives : Adjectives : Adjectives tell us what something is like. Adjectives tell us what something is like. They are the same in singular.
Look at what we can read!. by brown four give long many.
COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES. COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES One-syllable adjectives add –er for the comparative and –est for the superlative. small nice big.
Its a bird. Its beautiful. Its a beautiful bird. _____ _____ (the bird is)! How ____ ___ ______bird (it is)! What abeautiful.
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water So there you are. Who will make it? You and I A long time What will they do?
A. as is a couldn’t does could has wouldn’t.
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THE STARS There are millions of stars in (0) _____ sky. If you look (33) ___ the sky on a clear night, it is possible to see about 3000 stars. They (34)
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