Adjective Words Starting With N
fermiwords

Adjective Words Starting With N

18 most powerful words
The 18 Most Powerful Words for Persuasion(And How to Use Them)This one section has so much power-packed information that if you just mastered this part of thetraining, you would experience such a significant leap in your persuasion abilities, you wouldconsider the training entirely worthwhile, even if this is all you learned.For the most part, this section deals with the power of a linguistic pattern that forces the listenerto accept your concepts and ideas as true.And most of these ideas that your listener must acceptaren't even directly stated!So...what are these powerful words? Here they are!Adverb/Adjective pattern:1.Naturally2.Easily3.UnlimitedAwareness pattern:4.Aware5.Realize6.ExperienceTemporal (time) / Number pattern:7.Before8.During9.AfterSpatial pattern:10.

Among11.Expand12.BeyondCause & Effect pattern:13.And14.

As15.Causes16.Because17.Now18.

StopNow, let's learn how to put them to use!First, you'll note that the words are grouped into 6 sections.In each section, you'll note thecategory name to the right.I have chosen several of the most powerful examples of each of thecategories to make up the 18 most powerful words for persuasion.Lets start with the Adverb / Adjective pattern.Here's a strategy for using these types of words:Always put adverbs before the verb and adjectives before the noun.Major Note: Everything that follows one of these words is presupposed in the sentence.

In otherwords, the listener must accept everything that follows as true in order to make sense of theHere are some examples:"Have you discovered how

you can make the decision to refer your friends to our"Have you asked yourself if the

potential of this information is what is making you so"Have you naturally discovered how persuasive you are becoming?""Many people begin , Mr.Williams, to create an idea of owning this just prior tomaking the decision to buy it.", you'll find more than enough reasons to go ahead today if you understand even alittle bit of what I say next." to put the describing words in front of what they describe.This forces the listener tosee powerful pictures, and this method is also very powerful in writing copy.Now, write three examples using this pattern.Make your examples ones that you can take backwith you to the "real world" and effectively use.1... three words you have been given in the Adverb / Adjective category are, as you haveprobably figured out by now, representative of a whole class of descriptive words that will havethis same impact when you use them.I gave you the most important three that I use on a regular basis -- here's a more complete list thatyou can also choose , here's a way to really have some fun with these and add exponentially to their power.Formaximum power, remember this:Pack as many of these words as possible together(without sounding

strange!)Here are some examples of this strategy at work:You've probably started to become aware of

of the many easy yet

ways you canuse this information., the most readily available and more importantly, competent person to deal with is, the most reliably accurate system of persuasion is within your grasp.Once you begin to absorb this information, you'll

discover how

it worksfor you.of the reasons why people succeed with this information have to do with the truly unlimitedpower of the skills that you can

put to good use in your own life, don't you think?Here's a power-packed, fun one:Have you asked yourself recently how many services your present broker [or whatever serviceprovider] should be providing, but isn't? [pause] Since I brought that up, does it make youwonder how much more you could be getting when we do [the service]? When you use these patterns in writing, don't pack them as tightly as you do in speaking.When you use them in speaking, pack as many in as you can!Awareness PatternNow we move on to the most powerful words in the next category:This is the category.This is one of my personal favorites because simply saying one ofthese words makes the person start the mental process that you mentioned.These words are very important to your persuasion arsenal because, like the Adverb / Adjectivewords, everything that follows them is presupposed to be true.Also, these words force the issueof not, "Will you do..." but instead, "Are you aware of...", which is far more powerful inBy the way, as you gain skill in being able to use these words powerfully, you might think thatsomeone may respond to the question, "Are you aware of..." by saying, "No." I assure you, whendone properly, this will never happen.

But if it ever did, all you need to do is say, "Not yet, huh?"How's that?Here are some examples of this pattern:Is the

of the power of these patterns starting to sink in?The more you begin to construct in your mind the ways you'll be using these patterns after youfinish this course, the more you'll begin

the explosively profitable techniques you nowAre you starting to

the satisfaction of what owning this will bring as I tell you aboutAnd, of course, you can combine them to create super-powered suggestions: of the potentials of this policy allows you to start

the inner sense how completely this program fits your needs.Now, write three examples using this pattern:1.

.. power of these words comes when you use them in combination with the Adverb / group.Remember, no pattern is an island! Strength comes from combining as many patternstogether as possible!Here's an example:, as you start to

the

ways you can

become

of howjoining this team will help you to

accomplish your goals more

and you'll start

the success you can

achieve with my help and guidance -- NOW -- are you starting to

the possibilities?Of course, as before, the words I choose are my personal favorites
adjective words starting with n
.

Here are some additionalwords in this category that you can als
English class iii1
SPLIT UP OF SYLLABUS FOR III

MONTH THEME/SYLLABUS LESSON SUGGESTED

ACTIVITIES/ PROJECT SUGGESTED

RESOURCES/ TLM EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOME VALUE NO.OF PERIODS/

April & May
*The child and nature *The world around *Appreciation of beauty in nature
Good Morning (Poem) (Language items: Nouns, antonyms, synonyms)
*To recite the poem with appropriate actions
*To appreciate, understand

& enjoy *To emphasize on spoken part proper way of wishing *To drill of language items: Nouns, antonyms, synonyms *Underlining the nouns from the passage *World building game *To draw pictures and to ask the children to

write two words each from each picture *Write a paragraph

*Visuals of morning scene
*Flashcards of nouns, antonyms & , appreciates, understands & enjoys the poem *Able to write a short description *Able to use language items
*Love for nature

*Good Manners
13
The Magic Garden (Language items to be drilled i)Noun,
ii) simple present tense,
*To read aloud with proper voice modulation *To do silent reading by children and to ask

questions to test understanding *To identify and find names of the trees growing in your school *Drilling of Simple Present Tense in sentences *To show flash cards of different colours to children,

ask them to co-relate these colours with different things and speak sentences in simple present tense eg.The crow is black.

*Read & arrange the sequence cards in proper sequence *Slogan writing on *Making a flower scrapbook & labelling the flowers *To ask them to talk about their favourite flower based on the given clues and then write about it *To take a list of

*Trees in the school cards

*Flowers, visuals of flowers

*Clues written on flashcards

*Able to enjoy reading the story & comprehend
*Able to convey a message in writing

*Able to exchange ideas with the peers

*Respect for the environment *Care for plants
22
June/July
Birds Differences & disabilities in Talk (Poem) (Language item:Use of contractions

words, visit the school garden, encircle the things that one finds and to write two examples of each: Insects-

Trees- Flowers- Birds- Garden tools-

Speak three sentences giving the names of flowers that you might like to grow in your garden eg.In my garden I would like

*Use the letter into make new words Note- These lessons may be integrated & - Looking Around class3
*Read and reread the poem aloud laying stress on certain words and phrases

*

*To go for nature walk, look at the birds and express thoughts and feelings freely

*Pictures related to each word
*Pictures of flowers

*Alphabet cards
Related poems on birds

Visuals/picture books on birds from class library,
*Recites, understands, appreciates & enjoys the poem *Able to express thoughts freely
*Able to carry out a brief
Love for other living things such as birds and animals
6
Nina And Baby Sparrow (Language Item i)Framing of questions starting with ii) Adjectives
*Write a paragraph based on Project Bird Watching

*Write sentences on what birds can/cannot do

*Discuss how birds are different from us.Talk how people can also be different from each other with special reference to children with special needs

*Role play of two elephants talking about people

*Quiz among small groups

.

*To narrate the

story with the aid of picture sequence cards/ puppets, children to listen and answer the Multiple Choice Questions

*Children to frame questions based on the given answers using `Can`

*To complete the words using the right pair of letters (eg

spa_ _ ow)

*To make a word

with four letter words
Masks of elephant and other animals

Pictures of birds, Visuals Internet

*Picture sequence cards, puppets *Books from class library *Answers on flashcards
*Visuals conversation seeking/ giving information
*Reads the story , understands & enjoys *Reads aloud with proper voice modulation * Uses `Can` and `adjectives` in meaningful sentences
Learns to feel empathy for the suffering
18
Plants, trees, vegetables Growth The importance of trees and plants in our lives
Little by Little (Poem)
(Language item i) Nouns- Singular & Plural Forms) ii) Adverbs iii)Adjective)

*To look at the visuals and write

describing words for them (adjectives)
*Listen & then recite the poem

*Recite similar

*Germinate a seed, list the things & conditions needed for germination/ growth of a plant

*Drilling of nouns in singular & Plural forms, adverb & adjective in proper context

*Write words Fill in the blanks with the correct describing words: A _____ acorn The ____ branches A ______ shoot The _____ oak The _____ bed
*Class discussion & to ask children to write a paragraph on it

*Poems on plants *Library

*Germinating seeds

*Related obtained from plants
*Enjoys reciting the poems with rhyme and rhythm

*Can use nouns, adjectives and adverbs in proper context

*Can take part in group discussion and able to express ideas in writing
Care of plants
8
tiny

mossy slender little mighty

August

The Enormous Turnip (Story)
(Language item i)Noun opposite, singular -plural

ii) Tense (Simple Present & Simple Past)
* Children to read the story aloud with correct pronunciation and rise and fall of the voice * Children to do silent reading and teachers to ask questions to test their of the story

* *Drilling of new words in proper context

*Drilling of the language items like nouns & Simple present/ Simple past
*Find the opposite words from the story *Games on singular/plural

*Colour the present tense red & past tense green *Show a visual of children p
© 2012 labroda
Downloadic - infolari - Contact · Privacy Policy