February 21 2023

English lesson
Tuesday February 21st
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English lesson
Tuesday February 21st

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Lesson goals
At the end of the lesson you:
know the difference between adjectives and adverbs

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Explanation adverbs/adjectives +Blooket
Check: 3.4: 7+8+9
Do: 3.4: 10+11+12
Time left: Quizlet vocabulary

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Adjectives and Adverbs

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Aim of this lesson

You know:
  • the difference between adjectives and adverbs
  • how to form them
  • how to use them

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(bijvoeglijke naamwoorden)

1. Frank is a good singer 
2. My brother is a careful driver.
3. This is a really big school.
An adjective describes something or someone, it says something about the noun (zelfstandig naamwoord). 

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1. An adverb describes how something is done

1. Frank sings well. 
2. My brother drives carefully.
Adverbs (Bijwoorden) beschrijven andere woorden. Ze geven aan hoe iets wordt gedaan. Ze slaan dan ook vaak terug op een werkwoord dat in de zin wordt genoemd. Frank zingt mooi. Zingt is het werkwoord.

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2. An adverb can also describe an adjective.

1. Frank is an extremely good singer.
2. My brother is an awfully careful driver.
3. It's an absolutely perfect video clip.
4. This is a really big school.

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3. An adverb can also describe another adverb in the sentence.

1. Frank sings absolutely beautifully.
2. My brother drives really well.
3. That clip was filmed extremely perfectly. 

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4. An adverb can also describe a complete sentence

1. Typically, Gemma was late again.
2. Unfortunately, I will be out of the office for the next 3 days.
3. Surprisingly, the team was beaten in the final.

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To summarize
Een bijwoord verwijst naar een van de volgende dingen.
1. Een werkwoord
2. Een bijvoeglijk naamwoord
3. Een ander bijwoord
4. een hele zin

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Most adverbs are formed by adding -ly after the adjective.
Beautiful - beautifully

Remember! Sometimes the spelling of the adverb changes. 
Terrible - terribly
Easy - easily
Fantastic - fantastically

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Irregular  adverbs
There are also irregular adverbs. The adverb for good is  well - She's a good performer. She performs well. 
- It was late at night. –We talked late into the night.

A few adverbs have the same form as the adjective.
Fast (snel), fair (sportief/eerlijk), low, high, hard, long, late, loud  and straight (onmiddellijk) - He's a fast driver, He drives fast

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Pay attention!
If you use a 'verb of the senses' (een zingtuiglijk werkwoord, waarmee je iets doet met je zintuigen), you use an adjective where you should normally use an adverb. 
Your senses are your eyes, nose, mouth, fingers and ears, so 'verbs of the senses' are: see, smell, taste, feel, hear
For example: 
The song sounds beautiful. (not beautifully). 
The softness of your jacket feels good. (not well)

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Play and learn the adjectives and adverbs

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Check and do
Check  3.4: 7+8+9
Do 3.4: 10 (in pairs)+11+12

Finished? Study woordtrainer or WRTS 3.2/3.3 /3.4 / Versterk Jezelf Future or read an English book

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Do 3.4: 10+11+12
Study vocabulary 3.4

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Check lesson goals
At the end of the lesson you:
know the difference between adjectives and adverbs

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Play and learn vocabulary!

Slide 19 - Tekstslide