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English 6 dlp 47 using adjective in series

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  1. 1. ENGLISHENGLISHENGLISHENGLISH 6666 Module 47 A DepEd-BEAM Distance Learning Program supported by the Australian Agency for International Development USING ADJECTIVE IN SERIES
  2. 2. 140 Hello Learner! How did you find your lesson in irregular adjectives? Did you enjoy answering the exercises? Today we will learn more about adjectives. This time we will find out how adjectives make up a series and how the adjectives in a series are sequenced. Read the paragraph. Arrange the adjectives properly. Write your answers in your notebook. The first set is done for you. 1. The plane flew over (some, grassy, green, wide) some, wide, grassy, green plains. 2. I saw (long, two, narrow) __________, __________, __________ rivers which looked like white threads on the ground. 3. Several (majestic, huge, purple) __________, __________, __________ mountain ranges fascinated me. 4. We also passed over (enchanting, some, deep, blue) __________, __________, _________, __________ bodies of water. 5. It took me only (short, one, exciting) __________, __________, __________ hour of air travel to see some of the best parts of my country. To the Learner Let’s Try This Let’s Learn This
  3. 3. 141 How did you find the test? Are your answers like these? 2. two, long, narrow 3. huge, majestic, purple 4. some, enchanting, deep, purple 5. one, short, exciting Don’t worry dear Learner if your answers are not all correct. This module will help you arrange adjectives in a series. Read the paragraphs. Take note of the underlined words. It was Mother’s birthday. At home, Roy and Mary planned to give her a surprise on her birthday. They bought twelve lovely red flowers. They arranged them in a vase. Soon Mother returned home from the market. She saw the beautiful red roses on the table. “Happy Birthday, Mother!”, came the surprise greeting. She was touched by their act. Answer the questions. 1. What occasion was mentioned in the story? 2. What was Roy and Mary’s plan for Mother? 3. Where did the story take place? 4. How did Mother feel when she saw the lovely flowers? 5. How else can you show love and care for your parents? Let’s Study This
  4. 4. 142 Read the sentences taken from the story. 1. They bought twelve lovely red flowers. 2. She saw the beautiful red roses on the table. - What words describe flowers? roses? o Twelve, lovely, and red are the words that describe flowers. o Beautiful and red describe roses. - How are these descriptive words sequenced? - What does each adjective tell? - What do we call adjectives that come one after another? o Twelve tells the number or quantity of the noun. o Lovely and beautiful tell the kind or quality of the noun. o Red tells the color of the noun. o Adjectives that come one after another make up a series. We call them adjectives in a series. Adjectives in a series follow this order. Which one? How many What size? What shape? What kind? How old? What color? Noun Modifiers Noun Modified Determiner Ordinal Cardinal Size Shape Quality Age Color twelve lovely red flowers beautiful red roses three lovely red Holland tulips The last five brave young Filipino soldiers Those twelve big round colorful balloons
  5. 5. 143 Arrange the adjectives properly using the chart. Do this in your notebook. The first one is done for you. How many (determiner, article, number) What kind (size, shape, quality) What color Noun Modifiers Noun Modified five cute Siamese cats 1. My sister brought home (cute Siamese five) cats. 2. I have never been to (unknown some dangerous) places. 3. Somebody sent me (a red dozen long-stemmed) roses. 4. A pack of (chocolate delicious freshly-baked) cookies makes me hungry. 5. (short interesting two) stories won the story-writing contest. 6. (brave six young) soldiers received the medal. How did you find the activity? Look at the Answer Key for the correct answers. If you got 4-5, answer the next module. If you got 3 and below, answer Let’s Do More. Let’s Do This
  6. 6. 144 Read the sentences. Arrange the adjectives properly. Rewrite the sentences in your notebook. Look at the example. I eat delicious red one Fuji apple every night before I go to bed. 1. Our teacher told us to bring multicolored two dozen popsicle sticks. 2. The Siamese cute furry cat looks at me lovingly. 3. The long-legged Indian woman won the Ms. Universe title. 4. I am looking forward to summer hot days in the beach. 5. My mother bought a kilo of yellow juicy mangoes. Let’s Do More I eat one delicious red Fuji apple apple every night before I go to bed.
  7. 7. 145 What do adjectives tell? How do we arrange adjectives in a series? Adjectives can tell us how many, what size, what shape, what kind, how old, or what color? Sometimes we use more than one adjective to describe a person, a place, or an object. We called them adjectives in a series. This is the order of the adjectives in a series. Which one? How many? What size? What shape? What kind? How old? What color? Noun Modifiers Noun Modified Determiner Ordinal Cardinal Size Shape Quality Age Color closest longtime friends one delicious red Fuji apple Finished? Check your answers against the Answer Key. How much did you get? If your score is 4-5, proceed to the next module. If your score is 3 and below, answer the next module. Arrange the adjectives properly. Write the adjectives in your notebook. 1. Her (last three) wishes were granted. ____________________________________________ 2. That (dark tall) man looks mysterious. ____________________________________________ Let’s Test Ourselves Let’s Remember This
  8. 8. 146 3. I gave her (a sparkling ten-carat diamond) ring. ____________________________________________ 4. (red one) apple a day is what the doctor advised. ____________________________________________ 5. (malnourished many) children need our help. ____________________________________________ Finished? Check your answers. Look at the Answer Key again. What’s your score? If you got 4-5, you’re great. Do the next module. If you got 3 and below, you still have to answer the next activity. Rewrite the adjectives in their correct sequence or order. Do this in your notebook. Example: small several brown boats Answer: several small brown boats 1. some tall luxury hotels _________________________________ hotels 2. ten-foot one dancing fountain _________________________________ fountain 3. two green pretty birds _________________________________ birds 4. three wise old kings _________________________________ kings 5. yellow three fragrant roses __________________________________ roses Let’s Enrich Ourselves
  9. 9. 147 Finished? Check your answers against the Answer Key. How much did you get? If you get 4 or a perfect score, you’re great! If you got 3 and below, review the whole module.
  10. 10. 148 Let’s Do This How many (determiner, article, number) What kind (size, shape, quality) What color Noun Modifiers Noun Modified 2. some unknown dangerous places 3. a dozen long-stemmed red Roses 4. delicious freshly-baked chocolate cookies 5. two short interesting stories 6. six brave young soldiers Let’s Do More Answer Key 1. Our teacher told us to bring two dozen multicolored popsicle sticks. 2. The cute furry Siamese cat looks at me lovingly. 3. The long-legged Indian woman won the Ms. Universe title. 4. I am looking forward to hot summer days in the beach. 5. My mother bought a kilo of juicy yellow mangoes.
  11. 11. 149 Let’s Test Ourselves 1. three last 2. tall dark 3. a sparkling ten-carat diamond 4. one red 5. many malnourished Let’s Enrich Ourselves 1. some tall luxury hotels 2. one ten-foot dancing fountain 3. two pretty green birds 4. three wise old kings 5. three fragrant yellow roses

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