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1 Focus On Grammar Book 2, 5th edition Lesson 6:Adjectives / Noun ModifiersAdverbsToo/Enough/Very/A Lot Of
2 6.1 - Adjectives Before a noun After a stative verb Seem, smell, look, sound, etc. (same as BE)ORDER OF ADJECTIVESSame level or type? Needs commas, any orderDifferent level or type? Strict Order, no commasApparently, you don’t need to know this now.
3 6.1 – Adjectives (endings) Some end in –edSome end in –ingSome have both endingsARE NEVER PLURAL (unlike Español)Adverbs modify adjectives (very, extremely, etc.)
4 6.1 – Adjectives (one)PronounOne for oneOnes for many
5 6.2 – Noun Modifiers Use a noun as an adjective Maybe use a gerund Dog foodMaybe use a gerundSurfing contestNo plurals in these adjectives!I have five dollars. I have a five dollar bill.He is five years old He is a five year old boy.Maybe combine them into one word.Maybe use a possessive.
6 6.3 - Adverbs Tell about Add –ly to the adjective form (usually) Verbs (whole sentences?)AdjectivesOther adverbs (very, extremely, etc.)Add –ly to the adjective form (usually)Good vs. WellHard vs. HardlyLate vs. Lately
7 6.4 Adjective vs. Adverb Adjectives describe Nouns Adverbs describe… Use adjectives with stative verbsHe looks handsome.He looks intently out the window.
8 6.5 – Too and Enough Too a problem Enough good They ate too much food. (non-count)They ate too many grapes. (plural)He was too tall for the car. (too ADJ)She ate too quickly.Enough good Not enough a problem
9 6.5 – Too and Enough TOO Enough Before adjectives and adverbs With Much/Many before nounsOr, at the end of a sentence (adverbial)EnoughBefore nouns,After adjectives, and adverbs
10 6.6 – Too / Very / A Lot Of Too / Too Much / Too Many = problem A lot of / Very = no problem, neutral