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					Do you know adjectives
  1. Tom is tall.
  2. The fat man can’t run quickly.
  3. My dog is black.
  4. She met a drunken man.
  5. Burma is a neighboring country.
  6. This river is two hundred miles long.
  7. The rich man lives in the big house.
  8. He has two cars.
          Adjective
  Adjective are words like easy, slow, sorry,
 important, that modifies or describes nouns
and pronouns. They can go before nouns, or
           after be, or linking verb.
Adjective describes nouns
    1. Spicy chili is my favorite food.

     Spicy Adj            noun Chili



     favorite Adj        noun food
Adjective describes pronouns
   1. She is tall.
    tall Adj       be is    pronoun She

   2. Her dog is black.
    black Adj       be is   pronoun Her   dog
 Adjective after Linking verbs
Adjective come after linking verbs as, verb to
 be, get, remain, go, grow, turn, keep, sound,
 seem, look, taste, become, appear, smell,
 feel. For example:
    1. He feels hot and thirsty.
    2. This soup seems bad.
    3. The milk turns sour.
    4. Somsri looks happy.
    5. Keep quiet, please.
      Adjective ended with “ly”
   1. Some adjectives ended with “ly” as follow:
lovely, lonely, likely, ugly, deadly, silly, cowardly,
friendly. For example:
       1. He talked to me in a friendly manner.
       2. Her singing was lovely.
       3. Somsri looks happy.
       4. Keep quiet, please.
     Adjective ended with “ly”
2. Some adjective which ended with “ly” used
as adjective and adverb such as daily, weekly,
monthly, yearly, early. For example:
   1. A daily newspaper is published daily.
    2. We get up early to catch an early train.
    3. A fast train travels fast.
   4. This is hard work. We have to work hard.
   5. Keep quiet, please.
        Position of adjective
• Adjectives often come before the noun they
  describe.
          - a beautiful girl
          - a noisy classroom
          - a large house
• Adjectives can come after the person or thing
  they describe, later in the sentence.
          - Honey is sweet.
          - The water is very hot.
          - She looks happy.
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1. Some adjectives end in – “ful” such as:
   a helpful man       a beautiful flowers
   a forgetful man    a delightful garden
   a peaceful view    a graceful dance
   a wonderful holiday a joyful smile
   a sorrowful face     a useful tool
   a colorful clothes  a powerful muscles
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2. Some adjectives end in – “less” such as:
    a meaningless word a careless boy
    homeless refugees     a fearless soldiers
   a joyless life         a hopeless player
   a leafless tree        a sleeveless dress
   a harmless animals     a seedless grapes
   a cloudless sky       a useless car
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3. Some adjectives end in – “ous” such as:
    a glorious victory a furious customer
   a famous author     a courageous soldiers
   a dangerous place a victorious team
   a adventurous climber a nervous boy
   a humorous book a enormous hat
   a precious stones a studious student
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4. Some adjectives end in – “ing” such as:
    chattering monkeys a refreshing drink
   a smiling face       a disappointing result
   a matching color    an interesting movie
   an outstanding swimmer a flashing light
   a running water     a charming smile
   an exciting ride    a caring nurse
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5. Some adjectives end in – “ed” such as:
   satisfied customers a disappointed person
   escaped prisoner a closed door
   a painted wall       a divided nation
   reduced prices       boiled egg
   classified advertisements dried fruit
   wasted time          added value
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6. Some adjectives end in – “en” such as:
    a wooden table      a woolen sweater
    frozen food      a silken thread
   a golden egg      a hidden picture
   a rotten apple    a drunken soldier
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7. Some adjectives end in – “al” such as:
   medical equipment a naval commander
   botanical garden    musical instruments
   a traditional dance personal belongings
   tropical fruit      electrical goods
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8. Some adjectives end in – “ic” such as:
    an energetic boy basic English
    comic book       a public place
   a fantastic food  a magic trick
   a tragic accident aerobic exercises
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9. Some adjectives end in – “ive” such as:
    an attentive class an attractive design
   an innovative idea collective nouns
   an expensive necklace talkative boy
   negative reply       a positive answer
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10. Some adjectives end in – “ish” such as:
    a British policeman a foolish action
   a Spanish dance      a selfish child
   stylish shoes        a childish behavior
   a Danish pastry      a sheepish smile
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11. Some adjectives end in – “ly” such as:
    a yearly inspection a cowardly acts
   a sickly child       a lonely girl
   lovely dog           a friendly hug
   a kindly remark      a costly diamond
   an elderly woman a weekly magazine
   a lovely garden       a daily newspaper
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12. Some adjectives end in – “able” such as:
   a memorable journey a durable watch
  a comfortable chair    a dependable staff
  a forgivable mistake a reputable company
  a washable dress     a valuable vase
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13. Some adjectives end in – “ible” such as:
    a terrible mess  a horrible smile
    compatible software a credible story
   a visible improvement invisible ink
   incredible speed      legible handwriting
             Kinds of Adjective
Adjectives can divide into the following classes
1. Proper Adjective: adjective formed from proper noun
               - This is a Chinese house.
               - This is Thai traditional dance.
2. Descriptive Adjective: show the kind of quality of
   person or thing
               - He is an honest boy.
               - Bangkok is a large city.
               - The coffee is hot.
                Kinds of Adjective
3. Indefinite Adjective: is used to modify nouns in a
  unspecific sense such as a, an, some, any, one, other,
  another, every, much, many, etc.
               - He bought some books.
               - There are few mistakes.
               - I don’t have many friends.
4. Definite Adjective: is used to modify nouns in a
  specific sense such as the, this, that, such, the same,
  the other, one, two, first, second, etc.
               - This book is mine.
               - Five pens are left.
              Kinds of Adjective
5. Interrogative Adjective: What, Which, Whose, when
  they are used with nouns to ask questions
               - What language does he speak?
               - Whose book is this?
               - Which way shall we go?
6. Possessive Adjective: modifies a noun by telling
  whom is belong to.
               - You can share my rice.
               - Have you seen their house?
               - This is his new car.
                   Let’s practice!
Underline all the adjectives in this description of a hotel.

        This comfortable hotel with its pleasant garden is ideal for
people who want a quiet holiday, yet it is only a short distance
from the highly popular attractions of the area. There are lovely
views from every room. The atmosphere is very friendly and the
staff are always helpful. A holiday here is very good value for
money. You can cut your meals at the hotel, where the food tastes
marvellous. Or you can of course try some of the excellent local
restaurant.
   Can you speak out?
   A: Kathy is beautiful?

B: She’s also very intelligent.

   C: What a perfect girl!
 Can you speak out?
   A: Lisa looks cute.

B: She’s quite smart too.

C: She’s a wonderful girl.
    Can you speak out?
    A: Denise seems nice.

B: She’s also very dependable.

  C: She’s such a super girl.
      Can you speak out?
   A: Lora’s quite attractive.

    B: She’s trustworthy too.

C: You won’t find a good girl like
         this anyway.
     “Let’s practice!!

A: How do you like the room?

    B: It’s quite beautiful.
 “Let’s practice!!

A: …….……..the car?

B: …………..spacious.
  “Let’s practice!!

A: …………..this book?

B: ………………..useful.
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A: …………..the class?

B: …………..interesting.
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A: …………..the meal?

B: .…………..delicious.
  “Let’s practice!!

A: …………..……..price?

B: .…………..reasonable.
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A: ……..……..view?

B: .…………..scenic.
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A: …………..……..food?

B: .…………..exceptional.
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A: ……..…..my backyard?

B: .……..………..greenish.
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