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By Corby Arthur Third Grade Beethoven Street Elementary School
Read each of the sentences. Is the underlined word a sensory adjective? Click the bubble next to the answer. 1. The blue ocean is far from my house. Yes No
2. Did you see the bright orange fish in the aquarium? Yes No
3. That stinky garlic soup is so delicious! Yes No
4. Parrots can imitate humans. Yes No
5. Sour apples taste yummy with that cheese. Yes No
6. “Do you know where I might find the royal prince?” asked the beast. Yes No
7. The buzzing bee flew around my head. Yes No
8. I scraped the skin of my arm when I rubbed up against the rough wall. Yes No
9. “Who will help me bake this sweet cake?” Mother asked. Yes No
10. Colorful cloth was hung around the stage for the Winter Program. Yes No
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