Saturday, March 2, 2019

Comparison of English and Macedonian Adjectives

COMPARISON OF ENGLISH AND MACEDONIAN ADJECTIVES An procedural modifies a noun. It describes the quality, state or action that a noun refers to. Macedonian Adjectives be words that describe or modify a nonher person or liaison in the sentence. While in English an adjective doesnt change when the noun changes, in Macedonian an adjective should agree in sex and number with the noun.For example a) Masculine to feminine example ? (this is my littler son) becomes ? (this is my little daughter) As you tolerate see from the example above, the adjective comes to begin with the noun and excessively takes the feminine process. ) Singular to plural example ? (this is my unobjectionable cat) becomes . (these are my white cats). As you can see from the example above, the adjective comes forrader the noun and similarly takes the plural cast of characters.The most frequent suffixes added on the adverbs are -For masculine sex -/ (none) ex (small boat) -For feminin e sexual activity a ex (small ho give) -For neuter gender o ex (small child) -For plural ? ex (small toys) Here are some examples English AdjectivesMacedonian Adjectives green tree- a tall building- a very ancient man the old red house- a very nice plugger In Macedonian, Adjectives agree with nouns in gender, definiteness, and number, and they usually stay before the noun in a sentence. The comparative degree and the superlative appoint are organize analytically adding - (po-) for comparative, and - (naj-) for superlative, to the elemental adjective bod. If there are more than one adjectives before the noun, all of them agree in gender and number with the noun, but hardly the first adjective 1 et the definite articles morphemes, and the other adjectives keep their basic form. Adjectives in Macedonian usually have these endings masculine adjectives ending on consonant, on - (-ski), -/- (-ov/-ev) etc. , , feminine adjectives are formed by adding -a to the masuciline form (consonant+a, or -ska, -eva, -ova etc. ) , , neuter adjectives are formed by adding -o to the masuciline form (consonant+o, or -sko, -evo, -ovo etc. , , plural form is same for all trio genders and is formed by adding -? (-i) to the masculine form (consonant+i, -ski, ovi, evi etc. ) , , You can flyer that the plural form of the adjectives ending on -ski is same as the masuline special(a) form. Adjectives agree with nouns in gender, number and definiteness with their noun and usually appear before it. Adjectives have three degrees of comparison ( , stepenuvanje na pridavki) positive, comparative and superlative.The positive form is identical to all the aforementioned forms. The other two are formed regularly, by prepending the particle and the word directly before the positive to form the comparative and superlative, respectively, regardless of its comprising one or two words. Positive relative Superlative (heavy) (heavier) (heaviest) (long) ( longer) (longest) Macedonian scarcely has one adjective that has an irregular comparative .PositiveComparativeSuperlative (a lot) (more) (the most) Adjective types Possessive Adjectives his, her, its, my, our, their, and your (Whose) -Demonstrative Adjectives that, these, this, those, and what (Which? ) -Interrogative Adjectives used to ask questions examples what, which and whose. 2 -Indefinite Adjectives some common indefinite adjectives are all, any, each, every, few, many, and some. English adjectives are used in only one form they do not distinguish gender, number or case.English adjectives are used in 2 positions Attributively (before nouns) ex. They bought a pretty-pretty house. Predicatively (after nouns) ex. Their house is beautiful. AS + ADJECTIVE + AS to compare people, places, events or things, when there is no end, use as + adjective + as exMoscow is as cold as St. Petersburg in the winter. NOT AS + ADJECTIVE + AS Difference can also be shown by using not so/as s exMont Blanc is not as high as board Everest. COMPARATIVE + THAN To compare the difference between two people, things or events. ex Mt. Everest is higher than Mt. Blanc. THE + SUPERLATIVE It shows which thing has that quality above or below the level of the others. There essential be three or more to use the superlative. xMount Everest is the highest mountain in the world. Form the comparative and superlative forms of a one-syllable adjective by adding er for the comparative form and est for the superlative. exMax is old than John. If the one-syllable adjective ends with a single consonant with a vowel before it, double the consonant. exbig bigger biggest With some common two-syllable adjectives we can either add -er and -est, or use more and most. xcommon cruel gentle handsome likely,narrow pleasant polite dewy-eyed stupid.. Note that clever and quiet only add -er and -est. It was quieter outside. We use more for the comparative and most for the superlative of most two syllabic and all longer adjectives. exBe more careful following(a) timeA few common adjectives and adverbs have irregular comparative and superlative forms. goodbetterbest bad-worse-worst near-nearer-nearest -16654 old-older-oldest(elder-eldest) 3

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