IV. A DJECTIVES Adjectives modify, describe, limit, and identify nouns and pronouns. 1.) Kinds of Adjectives : Demonstrative, common, proper
Demonstrative (t hat, those, this, these ) show whether the noun they refer to is singular or plural and whether it is located near to or far from the speaker or writer.
Common (w eak, loud, strong,evil ) An adjective that is not written with a capital letter. Most adjectives are common ones that are written with a capital letter are proper adjectives .
Proper An adjective that is written with a capital letter. They are often derived from proper nouns 2.) Endings: rhythm ic , mag ical , person al, s kill ful , beauti ful AL ARY FUL IC ICAL ISH LESS LIKE LY OUS Y More e xammples: ( http://www.grammarquizzes.com/adjforms.html )
3.) conversion: Love ~~~~~~> Loveable Adventure ~~~~~~~> Adventurous Loud ~ ~~~~~> Loudly 4.) Articles: They are 3 main types of Adjective Articles, “a”, “an”, and “the” they are determiners. Ex: ● The drum heads ● A drumstick
● What an effect 5.) Comparatives/Superlatives: Comparative is the way to compare two things, as or than. Dw’s drum set is the same as P dr’s drumset but way more pricy than Pdr’s
V. ADVERBS Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. a.) Endings : Musical ly, Clock wise, Cheerful ly b.) Conversion: Slow Slowly Passionate Passionately Wise Wisely c. Types N N V ADV. ADV. Manner G uillermo and his band played r apidly a nd passionately to their most hit song. N ADV V N Guillermo s lowly deminimize his sound going into the break down of the song. N ADV V N N V Time T he band patiently waited to get signed to Capitol records after the paperwork was filled in. N V ADV ADJ The band was waiting patiently with enthusiastic thoughts after getting signed up to Capitol records. N V N V N Place Stage crew is working below the stage we will be performing in tonight in Los Angeles. N V V ADJ N ADV. The band playing after us is outside unpacking their expensive gear in a fashionable matter. N ADV ADJ V DEGREE Guillermo is exceptionally s trong keeping his tempo in this song. N V ADV. ADJ ADJ Guillermo was e xtremely happy about his band’s new hit song!
N ADV ADJ Frequency T he music equipment rarely f ails, but you should always be ready have a plan b. N ADV V N V Guillermo c onsistently has to change the way he thinks of music since he is a regular recording N Artist.
VI. CONJUNCTIONS (the action or an instance of two or more events or things occurring at the same point in time or space.)
A. Coordinating ( FANBOYS): f or, and, nor, but, or, yet, so Ex: F or some reason Guillermo and h is friends can not find the drumsticks, b ut they did find the drum key Ex(2): F or some illogical reason, memo and his friend have tirelessly looked for the drum key. B. C orrelative: Either/or; neither/nor; not only/but also; both/and; weather/or; as/sp Ex: Is it me or does n either Memo n or Jaun like purple strings. Ex: W eather it is me or him, I will always be the better drummer. C. S ubordinate: after, though, as, as if, as long as, as thought, because, before, if, in order that, when, where, whereas, while Ex: As long as memo has a passion for music he will go places w here no one has seen.
Ex: S ince I have no idea w here my drum key went, I need to go buy one a nd it will take a while f or me to get back. D. Relative pronouns: w ho (refers to people), which (refers to non living object or animal), that (may refer to animals or non living animals)
VII. PREPOSITIONS Prepositions link nouns, pronouns, and phrases to other parts of the sentence. Prepositions are NEVER followed by verbs. There are o neword prepositions a nd c omplex prepositions. T hese are some common prepositions:
Aboard, about, above, according to, across from, after, against, along, alongside of, along with, amid, among, apart from, around, as, as far as,aside from, at, away from, back of, because of, before, behind, below, beneath, beside, between, beyond, but (except), by, by means of, concerning, despite, down, down from, except, except by, by means of, in behalf. There are several others, as well: https://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/prepositions/list.htm Or http://www.englishgrammerrevolution.com/listofprepositions.html Examples: 1. Apart from Memo playing the drums, he is also ab out t o learn how to play the keyboard. 2. In behalf o f all musicians, a part from myself, Benny greb is one of the most creative. 3. According to modern drummer the average drummer does not know how to read drum notes.
VIII. INTERJECTIONS (an abrupt remark, made especially as an aside or interr uption.)
Ah, that feels good.
Ah, now I understand.
Ah well, it can't be helped.
Ah! I've won!
expressing grief or pity
Alas, wan have band practice.
Oh dear! Does it hurt? The blister from playing the bass.
Dear me! That's a surprise!
asking for repetition
It's hot today. / Eh? / I said it's hot today.
What do you think of that, eh?
Let's go, eh?
Lima is the capital of...er...Peru where we played our show.
Hello John. H ow are you today?
Hello! My drumsticks are gone!
Hey! look at that drumkit!
expressing surprise, joy etc
Hey! What a good idea!
Hi! What's new?
expressing hesitation, doubt or disagreement
Hmm. I'm not so sure.
Oh! You're here!
Oh! I've got a blister.
Oh, please say "yes"!
Ouch! That hurts!
Uh...I don't know the answer to that.
Shall we go? / Uhhuh.
“85 divided by 5 is...um...17” said Memo after counting the money of the tickets sold at the concert.
Well I never!
introducing a remark
Well, what did he say?
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http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/interjection.htm Three Examples! 1. Ugh , That was my last drum solo, i'm am super tired! 2. Eww , that guys just threw up all over our highly sensitive music equipment, what shall we do? 3. Hmm, i'm not sure what musician i want to be like since I greatly appreciate every single one of them.