Free English Course Online 6
- Vocabulary related to Health
- Subject Personal Pronouns
- Present simple of “to be”: interrogative form / question form
- Possessive determiners / Possessive adjectives
- Question words / Interrogative pronouns
- Adjectives and Adverbs
1/ Vocabulary Practice
- How are you?
- I am well.
- I am ill.
- the flu
- your temperature
- to be sure – I am not sure.
- to be right – You are right.
- What is wrong?
- Thank you!
2/ Grammar Practice
Adjectives and adverbs are used to describe things: clear > clearly…
He is quick. (adjective)
He speaks quickly. (adverb)
Let’s look at Adjectives
Characteristics of an Adjective, a word describing a noun:
- describe people
- describe places
- describe things
- describe objects…
Adjectives tell us more about a noun.
“Adjectives” is commonly abbreviated “adj.”
Adjectives are generally used before nouns and after the verbs “to be”, “to feel”, and “to seem”. Adjectives answer the questions: Which one? How many? What kind?
an English teacher
He is English.
a happy student
We are happy.
a difficult lesson
This is difficult.
an easy lesson
This is easy.
a healthy diet –
healthy meals –
a healthy lifestyle
an ill man –
ill people –
I am feeling ill
Adverbs describe adjectives, verbs or other adverbs (actions…) and “adverbs” are abbreviated “adv.”
Adverbs tell us what way someone does something or in what way something happens.
Adverbs appear after verbs.
Appears answer the questions: How? Where? When?
she is well, he works well, he works slowly…
Some words are used both as adjectives and adverbs:
I work daily. (adverb)
My daily tasks include…. (adjective)
I speak fast. (adverb)
He is a fast learner. (adjective)
I sometimes arrive late. (adverb)
The bus is late. (adjective)
I work hard. (adverb)
The exercise is hard. (adjective)
3/ Sentence Practice
- Hello, how are you? I am well, how are you?
- I am ill. – What is wrong?- I’m not sure.
- How is your appetite? It is good, thank you.
- My brother is ill also. Is it the flu?
- How is your temperature? It is high.
- Is your brother well? No, his temperature is high.
- It is the flu. You are right, I am sure.
- Where are your parents? They are here.
- How are they? They are well thank you.
- What are their names?
- Their names are Frank and Janet.
- That’s right. I remember now.
4/ Practice Quiz
Complete the quizzes below.
- Today’s words:
- Today’s grammar:
- Today’s sentences: