Learning Adjectives. Prepared by: Gebone , Agnes B. Pandan , Ann Nelle M. Pardillo , Gellie F. Partosa , Mary Grace L. Adjectives. These are words that describe or modify another person or thing in the sentence. Degrees of Adjectives.
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Gebone, Agnes B.
Pandan, Ann Nelle M.
Pardillo, Gellie F.
Partosa, Mary Grace L.
1. Add er and estto short adjectives of one syllable (sometimes two syllables)
2. If a short adjective ends with consonant and y, change the y to i and add er and est.
3. If a short adjective ends with e, add er and st.
4. Put more/less and most/leastin front of longer adjectives (with two or more syllables) to show comparison.