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English 6-dlp-54-using-words-as-adjective adverb

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  1. 1. ENGLISHENGLISHENGLISHENGLISH Marcy_cb21 6666 Module 54 USING WORDS AS ADJECTIVE/ADVERB
  2. 2. 51 How are you today? How did you find your module on adverbs? Did you enjoy answering the activities? Let’s have more activities on adverbs today. Be ready! This module will guide us on how to use words that can function as adjectives or adverbs. Read the following sentences. Tell whether the underlined word is used as an adverb or an adjective. Write a if it is used as an adverb and if it is used as an adjective. Do this activity in your notebook. The first one is done for you. __________ 1. We went straight to the principal’s office. Start here: __________ 2. There was a straight route going there. __________ 3. My brother suffered a bad fall. __________ 4. I feel bad for him. __________ 5. The tall building looks beautiful from afar. __________ 6. I stand tall as I face the manager. Were you able to tell whether the underlined words are used as an adverbs or an adjective? To the Learner Let’s Try This Let’s Learn This
  3. 3. Are your answers like these? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Don’t worry Learner, you will be guided as you do the activities. Read the verse and answer the following questions. Take note of the underlined words. Let’s Study This Life Life is the daily sight of a farmer going to his farm daily. Life is the early call of the “pandesal” boy telling us to wake up early, Life is the fast rising of the sun that shines on the earth which goes around it fast. Life is the late realization that life is gone and we discover it late.
  4. 4. 53 1. How is life described in the verse? 2. How are we going to live our life wisely? 3. What words are mentioned twice in the verse? - daily, early, fast, late Study the chart below. These are the descriptive words mentioned twice in the verse with the words they describe. A B daily sight early call fast rising late realization going to his farm daily wake up early goes around it fast discover it late - What do the underlined words in Column A modify? - How are they used? Words in column A modify nouns. They are used as adjectives. - What do the underlined words in Column B modify? - How are they used? Words in column B modify verbs. They are used as adverbs. - How can we tell whether a word is used as an adjective or as an adverb. A word is used as an adjective if it modifies a noun or a pronoun. A word is used as an adverb if it modifies a verb, an adjective or another adverb. There are words that may be used as adverbs or adjectives depending on how they are used in the sentence. Look at the examples: 1. We arrived early at the airport. 2. So we took an early flight to our destination. In the first sentence, early modifies arrived, which is a verb. So it is used as an adverb. In the second sentence, early modifies flight, which is a noun, so it is used as an adjective.
  5. 5. 54 Here are words that can function as adverbs or as adjevtives: nice fast good well bad slow late hard soft loud early straight direct long sweet Change the following adjectives to adverbs by adding –ly. Do this in your notebook. Look at the example. The crowd was silent as they wait. The crowd silently waits. Start here. 1. The test was so very easy. We understood the directions. 2. The acrobat show was wonderful. Every move was executed . 3. The doctor made an urgent call. Nurses responded . 4. Pupils are attentive to their teacher. They are listening . 5. It is a comfortable chair. I sit while waiting. Let’s Do This
  6. 6. 55 Finished? Look at the Answer Key and check your answers. How much did you get? If you got 4-5, go to the next module. If you got 1-3, answer the next activity. Choose the correct word to use in the following sentences. Do this in your notebook. 1-2 Children are (happy, happily) playing in the (new, newly) constructed park. 3-4 There was a (loud, loudly) noise. The object fell (loud, loudly) on the floor. 5-6 My (patient, patiently) friend waited (patient, patiently) for the result of our test. 7-8 The police officer was (gentle, gently) in dealing with the suspect. He (gentle, gently) told him to surrender. 9-10 The mountain climbers are (careful, carefully) not to fall while climbing. They (successful, successfully) reached the top of the mountain. How did you find the test? Look at the answer key again and check your work. What’s your score? If your score is 8-10, you’re good. Answer the next module. If your score is 7 and below, answer Let’s Test Ourselves. Let’s Do More
  7. 7. 56 These are words that can be used as adverbs or adjectives depending on how they are used in the sentence. If the word modifies a noun or a pronoun, it is used as an adjective. When it modifies a verb, an adjective or another adverb, it is used as an adverb. Use well, badly, surely, and really as an adverb. Use good and bad as adjectives. Tell whether the underlined word is used as an adjective or adverb. Write them in their proper column in the chart. The first one is done for you. 1. After a long wait, I’m finally studying. 2. I am hoping that I won’t have a hard time with my classmates. 3. My teacher was late though. 4. The time went so fast that I am now looking forward to the next day. 5. It was my first day in school. 6. The daily routine was for us to pray, then sing the national anthem. Let’s Test Ourselves Let’s Remember This
  8. 8. 57 Used as an adverb Used as an adjective long Finished? Check your answers against the Answer Key. How much did you get? If you get 4-5, Excellent! Answer the next module. If you get 3 and below, answer Let’s Enrich Ourselves. Copy the paragraph below in your notebook. Underline the correct modifier and encircle the word it modifies. Look at the example. I’m in for a (good, well) time when I start making sketches. There are (real, really) pictures to draw. (Almost, Most) all of them would make me highly imaginative and creative. I try to choose (good, well). Sometimes, there is one picture I want to sketch (bad, badly). Then my choice is (real, really) easy. Finished? Check your answers against the Answer Key. How much did you get? If you got 4-5, Very Good. Here’s a medal for you. If you got 1-3, review the whole module. Let’s Enrich Ourselves
  9. 9. 58 Let’s Do This 1. easily 2. wonderfully 3. urgently 4. attentively 5. comfortably Let’s Do More 1. happily 2. newly 3. loud 4. loudly 5. patient 6. patiently 7. gentle 8. gently 9. careful 10. successfully Let’s Test Ourselves Let’s Enrich Ourselves I’m in for a (good, well) time when I start making sketches. There are (real, really) pictures to draw. (Almost, Most) all of them would make me highly imaginative and creative. I try to choose (good, well). Sometimes, there is one picture I want to sketch (bad, badly). Then my choice is (real, really) easy. Used as an adverb Used as an adjective fast hard late first daily Answer Key

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