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Adjectives

Worksheet Title
Adjective Wrap-Up in Story Form 1
Adjective Wrap-Up in Story Form 2
Adjective Wrap-Up in Story Form 3
Recognizing Adjectives 1
An adjective modifies or describes a noun.
Recognizing Adjectives 2
An adjective modifies or describes a noun.
Recognizing Adjectives 3
An adjective modifies or describes a noun.
Recognizing Articles 1
Use a definite article (“the”) for specific nouns that are either singular or plural. Use an indefinite article (“a?”or “an”) for general nouns that must be singular. Use “an” for words that begin with a vowel sound, such as elephant, ankle, honesty, or hour.
Recognizing Articles 2
Use a definite article (“the”) for specific nouns that are either singular or plural. Use an indefinite article (“a?”or “an”) for general nouns that must be singular.   Use “an” for words that begin with a vowel sound, such as elephant, ankle, honesty, or hour.
Recognizing Articles 3
Use a definite article (“the”) for specific nouns that are either singular or plural. Use an indefinite article (“a” or “an”) for general nouns that must be singular.   Use “an” for words that begin with a vowel sound, such as elephant, ankle, honesty, or hour.
Recognizing Comparative Adjectives 1
A comparative adjective is an adjective that compares two words or ideas in the sentence. The adjective must modify a noun in the sentence.
Recognizing Comparative Adjectives 2
A comparative adjective is an adjective that compares two words or ideas in the sentence. The adjective must modify a noun in the sentence.
Recognizing Comparative Adjectives 3
A comparative adjective is an adjective that compares two words or ideas in the sentence. The adjective must modify a noun in the sentence.
Recognizing Demonstrative Adjectives 1
A demonstrative adjective modifies a noun or noun phrase.
Recognizing Demonstrative Adjectives 2
A demonstrative adjective modifies a noun or noun phrase.
Recognizing Demonstrative Adjectives 3
A demonstrative adjective modifies a noun or noun phrase.
Recognizing Nouns Used as Adjectives 1
Sometimes nouns can be used as adjectives to describe another noun.
Recognizing Nouns Used as Adjectives 2
Sometimes nouns can be used as adjectives to describe another noun.
Recognizing Nouns Used as Adjectives 3
Sometimes nouns can be used as adjectives to describe another noun.
Recognizing Predicate Adjectives 1
A predicate adjective is an adjective that modifies or describes a noun and follows a linking verb in the sentence.   To determine what noun an adjective describes, students should compare the adjective to each noun in the sentence.   For example, in the sentence:
Recognizing Predicate Adjectives 2
A predicate adjective is an adjective that modifies or describes a noun and follows a linking verb in the sentence.   To determine what noun an adjective describes, students should compare the adjective to each noun in the sentence.   For example, in the sentence:
Recognizing Predicate Adjectives 3
A predicate adjective is an adjective that modifies or describes a noun and follows a linking verb in the sentence.   To determine what noun an adjective describes, students should compare the adjective to each noun in the sentence.   For example, in the sentence:
Recognizing Superlative Adjectives 1
A superlative adjective is an adjective expresses the highest degree of the quality being described. The word must modify or describe a noun in the sentence.
Recognizing Superlative Adjectives 2
A superlative adjective is an adjective expresses the highest degree of the quality being described. The word must modify or describe a noun in the sentence.
Recognizing Superlative Adjectives 3
A superlative adjective is an adjective expresses the highest degree of the quality being described. The word must modify or describe a noun in the sentence.

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