'Syllable adjectives ending' presentation slideshows

Syllable adjectives ending - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT OUR WORLD

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT OUR WORLD

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT OUR WORLD. The tallest living dog is ‘Zeus’ (USA) a Great Dane, who measured 1.118 m (44 in) tall and is owned by Denise Doorlag and her family, of Otsego, Michigan, USA.Zeus also takes over the 'Tallest dog ever' title from previous holder 'Giant George'.

By creda
(517 views)

Superlative Forms

Superlative Forms

Superlative Forms. Superlatives compare three or more people or things. One syllable adjectives and adverbs: - Add – est at the end of the adjective/adverb. Use the before the superlative. (big) Sydney is the biggest city in Australia.

By mceachern
(5 views)

COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES

COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES

COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES. SOME RULES ABOUT FORMING COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES. One syllable adjectives generally form the comparative by adding -er and the superlative by adding -est , e.g.:. TWO SYLLABLE ADJECTIVES.

By cleamon
(14 views)


View Syllable adjectives ending PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Syllable adjectives ending PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Syllable adjectives ending presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.

Related Searches for Syllable adjectives ending
One-syllable Adjectives

One-syllable Adjectives

Use pictures on first slide to elicit adjectives from class or for better classes divide into groups and have them compete to see how many adj they can write as a group in 1 minute.

By zelda-wallace (142 views)

The –er Ending in Two-Syllable Words

The –er Ending in Two-Syllable Words

The –er Ending in Two-Syllable Words . The –er Ending. Say the word playing. Replace the /ing/ sound with /er/. What is the new word? player. The –er Ending. Say the word catching. Replace the /ing/ sound with /er/. What is the new word? catcher. The –er Ending. play er

By prudence (1370 views)

Comparatives and Superlatives Regular 1 - syllable adjectives :

Comparatives and Superlatives Regular 1 - syllable adjectives :

2. Regular adjectives with more than one syllable : use more and most ( or less or least ) in front of the adjective Beautiful more beautiful the most beautiful Change –y to –i and add – er and – est to adjectives that end in –y Happy happ ier happ iest

By cleopatra (183 views)

Adjectives ending in – ed or - ing

Adjectives ending in – ed or - ing

Adjectives ending in – ed or - ing. Adjectives ending in – ed or - ing. We use the - ed form to describe our feelings: I'm tired. (= a description of how I feel: I've used up all my energy so I need a rest) We use the - ing form to describe the things which make us feel like this:

By kato-schultz (77 views)

Adjectives ending in –ing or - ed

Adjectives ending in –ing or - ed

Adjectives ending in –ing or - ed. The –ing adjective describes what something does to you: My friend is boring . She never stops talking. My job is tiring . I do same things hundreds of times every day. The –ed adjective tells you how somebody feels:

By dash (163 views)

Adjectives ending in –ing and – ed.

Adjectives ending in –ing and – ed.

Adjectives ending in –ing and – ed. The –ing adjective describes what something does to you: My friend is boring . She never stops talking. The –ed adjective tells you how somebody fells: Susan is felling depressed. She’s always crying. Exercises. Complete the sentences:

By masato (201 views)

Adjectives Ending in -ing or -ed

Adjectives Ending in -ing or -ed

Adjectives Ending in -ing or -ed. 1. S + V.to be + V.3 + Prep. = สนใจ . I am interested in this book. 2. S + V.to be + V.ing = น่าสนใจ. This book is interesting . . 3. S + interest + Obj. = ทำให้สนใจ. This book interests me . interest ทำให้สนใจ please ทำให้พอใจ

By chiku (97 views)

Syllable

Syllable

Syllable. What is a syllable?. A syllable is a word or part of a word that has only one vowel sound . All words have at least one syllable. Every syllable has one vowel sound. A syllable may or may not contain any consonants.

By gitano (390 views)