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Adjectives . Adjectives usually come before nouns, not after them. They modify nouns and pronouns . A big house. They answer the questions Which one? How many? What kind?. Adjectives are always singular. Never add –s to an adjective and never use a plural word as an adjective.

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Adjectives


Adjectives usually come before nouns not after them they modify nouns and pronouns a big house l.jpg

Adjectives usually come before nouns, not after them.They modify nouns and pronouns.A big house


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They answer the questions Which one?How many?What kind?


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Adjectives are always singular. Never add –s to an adjective and never use a plural word as an adjective


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Compound adjective containing a number comes before the noun:a five-dollar billa two-year-old childa ten-kilometer race


Nouns and pronouns can also be adjectives a shoe store my book science teacher l.jpg

Nouns and pronouns can also be adjectives.A shoe storemy bookscience teacher


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But adjectives follow linking verbs. The most common linking verbs are: be, become, appear, seem, look, feel, taste, and smell


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He is happy.You seem angry.She looks tired.That smells good.The soup tastes salty.


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When you write several adjectives in a row, sometimes you must put them in a particular order. There are two kinds of adjectives: cumulative and coordinate.


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Cumulative adjectives are not separated by commas, and you must write them in a specific order.The poor little black dog.A beautiful white silk wedding dress


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Order of Cumulative adjectives

  • Opinion

  • Size

  • Shape

  • Condition

  • Age

  • Color

  • Nationality

  • Religion

  • Material

  • Noun as adjective


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Any adjective that is not cumulative is a coordinate adjective. You do not have to write coordinate adjectives in a specific order. You can put the word and between them.hungry and wet and cold


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Separate coordinate adjectives from each other with commas if each adjective equally modifies the same noun.The people want a smart, independent, experienced, honest leader.


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If we can switch the order of adjectives without changing the meaning of the sentence, the adjectives are considered equal.


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The tall, lanky students play basketball.The lanky, tall students play basketball.Several tall students play basketball.Tall several students play basketball.


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Words ending in –ing and –ed can be adjectives. These adjectives are called participial adjectives.A frightening experiencea used cara sleeping babya broken heart


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The –ing form (present participle) has an active meaning.The noun it describes actively performs the action. It describes a person or thing that causes a feeling or reaction.


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a crying baby – a baby who criesa speeding car – a car that speedsa working mother – a mother who worksa sleeping child – a child who is sleeping


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The –ed ( past participle) has a passive meaning.It describes a person who experiences a feeling or reaction. The noun it describes passively receives the action.


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An experienced pilotA frightened childDried fruitrecorded musica closed door


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The teacher was boring.The students were bored.


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Amazing

Annoying

Confusing

Depressing

Exciting

Interesting

Embarrassing

fascinating

Amazed

Annoyed

Confused

Depressed

Excited

Interested

Embarrassed

fascinated

Pairs of participial adjectives


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My old boyfriend Tom and I went out on a date last night. I was very surprising/surprised when he asked me out. I didn’t know he was still interesting/interested in me. Anyway, we went on a “double date.” That means we went withanother couple --his roommate Eric and Eric’s date, Shanna. I was looking forward to an exciting/excited evening. However, the evening turned out to be very disappointing/disappointed. Eric was the most boring/bored person I have ever met! He talked about himself the whole evening.


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The movie didn’t interest Dave.Dave ________________The movie _________________


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The ending surprised Phil.Phil ________________The ending ________________


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The End!


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