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TOP TEN 7 GOOD AND WELL AKAA CLOSER LOOK AT MODIFIER MISTAKES 7the background First what does the term modify mean in an English class How do adjectives and adverbs then serve as the modifiers In other words what do they modify ID: 766061

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TOP TEN #7 GOOD AND WELL AKA…A CLOSER LOOK AT MODIFIER MISTAKES

#7-the background First, what does the term modify mean in an English class? How do adjectives and adverbs then serve as the modifiers? In other words, what do they modify? Can you list/explain the ways that the each modify? Hint: There are four answers each. Do you recognize the suffixes used to create each?

ADJECTIVES : A WORD THAT DESCRIBES A NOUN (or PRONOUN) Show how many Five boys played soccer yesterday.A pencil rolled onto the floor.Show how muchThere was little rain.The plentiful variety of colors made the picture beautiful.Show what kindOld and Slow computers really frustrate me.The friendly student brought tasty candy for everyone.Show which oneThat dog is the cutest one ever.This math problem was very easy. adjectives

adverbs ADVERBS – A WORD THAT DESCRIBES ADJ’S, VERBS, OR OTHER ADV’S Show HOW a verb was done (in one word) Bill swims quickly to the finish line. (adverb modifying the verb, telling how he swims)He thought intellectually about the problem. (adverb modifying the verb, telling how he thinks)Show WHERE a verb was done (in one word) He tripped and fell down. (adverb modifying the verb, telling where he fell) He went outside . (adverb modifying the verb, telling where he went) Show WHEN a verb was done (in one word) I failed the test yesterday . (adverb modifying the verb, telling when I failed) Earlier , Joe ate breakfast. (adverb modifying the verb, telling when Joe ate)

adverbs ADVERBS – A WORD THAT DESCRIBES ADJ’S, VERBS, OR OTHER ADV’S Show to what DEGREE (how much or little) of an adjective or adverb; these are called intensifiers. The student is so smart. (adverb modifying the adjective, telling to what degree he is smart) The sneeze exploded very loudly. (adverb modifying the adverb, telling to what degree he is loudly sneezing)

adjectives and adverbs Assuming you are REALLY comfortable with the background… If you were a weak rapper, would you rhyme bad or badly? Turn to a tablemate and explain why.

adjectives and adverbs Assuming you are REALLY comfortable with the background… The anchor of the track team runs quick / quickly. The rose is wonderful / wonderfully. The rose smells wonderful / wonderfully.

#7 packet key (p. 21) A. Tenaciously (clung) Really (early) Vigorously (does)Awfully (dangerous)Suspicious (story)Obvious (it)Hilarious (Joellen)Steadily (poured)Bad (Larry)Wistfully (looked)B.Beautifully (sang)Thoughtful (person)Steadily (dripped)Suddenly (stopped)Quickly (produces)Easily (opened)Accurate (description)Bitter (water) Soothing (ice cream) Nervously (paced) Lazily (stretched) Carefully (checked) Wonderful (dinner) Loudly (laughed) Terribly (upset)

#7 packet key (p. 24) A. Adj (how many competitors) Adj (what kind of case) Adv (how it disappeared)Adv (when we left)Adj (what kind)Adj (which tree)Adv (where do they practice)Adv (to what degree is he shy)B.GentlyQuicklyThoughtfulEasilyBad

adjectives and adverbs This is essentially good and well . When describing HOW an action is done, use the adverb. He swims well. He knows only too well who the murderer is.When using a linking verb (because there is no action) to describe WHAT KIND of a noun, choose the adjective. After a bath, a baby smells good. That cake tastes good.

TOP TEN #6 THE OTHER MODIFIER Preposition(al phrases)

Prepositions –the other modifier PREPOSITION: a word (or group of words) that starts a phrase used to show relationship between its object and the word it modifies; the phrase begins with a preposition and ends with a noun/pronoun called the object of the preposition. [note: words that modify that object are also part of the phrase] Basically… the phrase modifies much like an adjective or adverb .

Prepositions –the other modifier After lunch, the smart girl near the window luckily remembered to finish her difficult math test. During the game, the angry fans shouted loudly at the poor officiating. The kind, sweet girl with the pig tails sat there in the back and gave help to that young boy.

Prepositions –the other modifier Across the street Over the trees and houses Into the room For Best PictureAt the photos and paintingsIn the blue paperIn burrows, under piles, of brush Inside the yellow envelope With a glass, of water With the ballerina and her husband Under the couch During the halftime show In my whole life By hook, by crook

Prepositions –the other modifier (name) Of the country - ADJ (one) Of my fav songs –ADJ In the cave (painted) –ADV Along the path (planted) –ADVIn the dark (see) –ADVOver the fence (flew) –ADVIn the distance (mtn) –ADJ(song) from 1954 -ADJ (one) of the hockey players –ADJ (shouted) with enthusiasm –ADV (leave) at 8:30 AM –ADV (a career) in sci research –ADJ (dropped) through the net –ADV (contacted) by telephone –ADV During the storm (stopped) –ADV (girl) in the red dress -ADJ

Prepositions –now for the mistakes* PREPOSITION: a word (or group of words) that starts a phrase used to show relationship between its object and the word it modifies; the phrase begins with a preposition and ends with a noun/pronoun called the object of the preposition. [note: words that modify that object are also part of the phrase]

Prepositions –now for the mistakes* She waited for me on the bus stop. She blurted, “I’ll wait at 5:00 but not one minute longer.” With the foot broken, Billy let out a loud laugh directed at Joe. I approached the waiting ball and struck it into the back of the net. Out of nowhere the goalie lunged and grazed just enough of the ball to deny me, and us, of the victory. She sent a picture in the email to my mom of the costume.

Prepositions –now for the mistakes* Where’s my coat at? Which movie are you going to? I am the one you gave the gift to.

Prepositions –now for the mistakes* I went over my friend’s house for dinner. When I am done my work, may I go to the bathroom? We went down the shore over the weekend.

Prepositions –the other modifier (With long ears and an orange wig) the child laughed at the clown. We took photographs of the sea (on the pier). Sandy told jokes to the class (about horses). The rancher guided the horse (with a firm hand).Susan included the picture in her letter to her mother (of the newborn calf).

Prepositions –the other modifier Carlos left his books on the bus (in his hurry). Alice told us about the great vacation she had (at lunch). The beautiful bride joined hands with the handsome groom (in her lovely dress). The yogurt is for dessert (in the refrigerator).A cat appeared at our door (with long white fur).