ADJECTIVE & ADVERB
- Adjectives can either have –ing or –ed.
- -ing adjectives are the reasonal adjectives whereas –ed adjectives are resulting adjectives.
- Comparision adjectives
- When comparing two adjectives we use ‘more’ or ‘–er’ and ‘than’.
- When comparing more than two objects we use superlative forms which means ‘most’ or ‘-est’ and a preposition.
- If two things those are almost same to eachother willl be compared use ‘as + adjectives + as’
- Adverbs are used to describe the verbs.
- We add –ly at the end of the adjectives to make them adverbs.