Grammar. By Hannah B
Adjectives, articles, adverbs, comparative/superlative form
Adjectives and articles.
Ex: Therese had four dogs. (how many?) Ex: Kim wrote a science essay. (what kind?)
An article are just special adjectives. (a, an, the)
Ex: Lisa was twenty meters from the finish line. (the)
Modifying a verb: She excitingly jumped for joy. (excitingly modifying jumped)
Modifying adjectives: Her throw is extremely hard. (extremely modifying hard)
Modifying another adverb: She finished the race so smoothly. (so modifying smoothly)
Comparative and Superlative Form
Words used with longer modifiers and adverbs ending in -ly are: more, most, less, and least.
Examples of comparative and superlative form.
Word: heavy. Comparative: heavier. Superlative: heaviest.
Word: good/well. Comparative: better. Superlative: best.
Word: high. Comparative: higher. Superlative: highest.