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Are you ready to learn? Now that you are an expert at nouns, lets make them more interesting. The following tutorial will help you understand adjectives. yellow arrowUnless you are given other directions, use the computers mouse to click on the yellow arrow to continue. Certain materials are included under the Fair use exemption of US Copyright Law and have Been prepared according to the multimedia fair use Guidelines and are restricted for further use.
Whats an adjective? Click on the green crayon to find out!
Adjectives are… words that describe nouns. For example: I live in a blue house. adj. noun
Adjectives make sentences more interesting.
Without adjectives: The students went to school after the snowstorm.
Now with adjectives: The fifth grade students went to their new school after the huge snowstorm.
Adjectives can tell what kind. For example: I have a large class.
Adjectives can also tell how many. For example: The boy has twelve Yo-gi-oh cards.
So when you are searching for adjectives ask yourself… what kind? Or how many?
Click on the green crayon below to quiz yourself on adjectives.
Remember: Ask yourself what kind and how many to find the adjectives.
Click on the underlined word that is an adjective. We found a small turtle in the pond.foundsmallpond
Sorry, thats not right! The word found is a verb that describes an action.
Sorry, thats not right! The word pond is a noun that describes a place.
Youre right! The word small tells us what kind of turtle.
Click on the underlined word that is an adjective. We had two days off because of the snow.twodayssnow
Sorry, thats not right! The word days is a noun that describes a thing.
Sorry, thats not right! The word snow is a noun that describes a thing.
Youre right! The word two tells us how many days.
Way to go! Youre headed to the top of the class with how well you did! Great job!
Thanks to: McGraw-Hill Language Arts Discovery Channel Grammar Bytes Microsoft Clip Art Gallery
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