Adjectives are words that describe or modify another person or thing in the sentence.
The Articles — a, an, and the — are adjectives.
Degrees: Simple, Comparative and Superlative
*the tall professor
* a solid commitment
* a six-year-old child
* the unhappiest, richest man
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | |
ARTICLE | OPINION | SIZE | AGE | COLOR | MATERIAL | NOUN |
A |lovley | Huge | old | black | Fur | CAT |
An | elegant | | new | pink | | HOUSE |
The | best | | 18 year old | | Chemistry | STUDENT |
An | expensive | Large | | black | Polyester |DRESS |
The | | | oldest | brick | | SCHOOL |
QUIZ 1 AJDECTIVES
QUIZ 2 ADJCTIVE ORDER
HOMOGHRAPHSHomographs are different words that are spelled the same. They have different meanings and origins. Homographs may or may not have the same pronunciations.
Each sentence contains two homographs. Thedefinition or a synonym of one of the homographs follows the sentence. Underline the homograph that matches the definition or synonym. The first three have been done for you.
1. Tracey didn’t feel well afterfalling into the well. in good health
2. Jim hunts, but he does not shoot does. female deer
3. There was a big row in the first row of the theater. fight
4. Let’s wind up the kite string beforethe wind gets too wild. moving air
5. If the judges are fair, our rabbit will win a ribbon at the fair. just
6. The oil well is yours and the gold mine is mine. belonging to me
7. The dove dove tothe ground to eat the peanut. dived
8. The rose bushes rose out of the fertile ground. a kind of flower
9. I won’t shed a tear if you tear my old shirt into shreds. rip
10. The dog was happy when...