[Surfnetkids: 20 Feb 2013] Adjectives

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#1. February 20, 2013

Barbara J. Feldman
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#2. Adjectives

by Barbara J. Feldman

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An adjective is a word or phrase that describes a noun. Adjectives usually answer questions such as: “What kind is it?”, “How many are there?”, or “Which one is it?” Today’s sites explore adjectives with articles, lessons and worksheets for grades K-12.

Busy Teacher: 528 Free Adjectives Worksheets
These worksheets (created and submitted by teachers) are available free to those who sign up for a free Busy Teacher membership. The worksheets are ranked by popularity, rating, number of comments, or submission date. For more specific searching, use the search box in the upper right-hand corner. Each entry has a short list of similar worksheets in the right-hand column, so navigating within the topic is quite easy. To submit your own worksheets, look for the Submit link at the bottom of any page.

Enchanted Learning: Grammar: Adjectives
“A comparative adjective is used to compare two things. A superlative adjective is used when you compare three or more things. For example, looking at apples you can compare their size, determining which is big, which is bigger, and which is biggest.” Enchanted Learning starts with a short lesson, then come the related activities and worksheets. Some of the printable worksheets are only available to paying members, but there is still plenty here for looky loos.

Guide to Grammar & Writing: Adjectives
This Guide to Grammar article for high-school students and grownups, explores adjectives in more depth. “Unlike adverbs, which often seem capable of popping up almost anywhere in a sentence, adjectives nearly always appear immediately before the noun or noun phrase that they modify. Sometimes they appear in a string of adjectives, and when they do, they appear in a set order according to category.” For more on the order of adjectives, scroll down to the Royal Order of Adjectives table.

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