English Grammar In Brief - A quick review là một tutorial gồm các bài viết ngắn gọn, nhiều ví dụ về các chủ đề chính trong tiếng Anh. Các bạn không nhất thiết phải đọc lần lượt hay toàn bộ tutorial này, chỉ cần thấy thiếu kiến thức về chủ đề nào là đọc chủ đề đó. Rất nhanh và dễ hiểu, dễ nhớ. Chúc các bạn học tốt ^o^ There are three forms: - positive - comparative - superlative A - Comparison with -er/-est hard - harder - (the) hardest We use -er/-est with the following adverbs: 1) all adverbs with one syllable fast faster fastest high higher highest 2) The adverb: early B - Comparison with more - most carefully - more carefully - (the) most carefully adverbs ending on -ly (not: early) C - Irregular adverbs well better best badly worse worst much more most little less least late later last far farther further farthest ATTENTION! In informal English some adverbs are used without -ly (e.g. cheap, loud, quick). There are two forms of comparison possible, depending on the form af the adverb: cheaply - more cheaply - most cheaply cheap - cheaper - cheapest The position of adverbs in sentences We can put adverbs in different positions in sentences. There are three main positions but also a lot of exceptions. In English we never put an adverb between the verb and the object. We often play handball. - CORRECT We play often handball. - WRONG The three main positions of adverbs in English sentences 1) Adverb at the beginning of a sentence Unfortunately, we could not see Mount Snowdon. 2) Adverb in the middle of a sentence The children often ride their bikes. 3) Adverb at the end of a sentence Andy reads a comic every afternoon. More than one adverb at the end of a sentence If there are more adverbs at the end of a sentence, the word order is normally: Manner- Place - Time Peter sang the song happily in the bathroom yesterday evening.