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1. Adjective Millionaire! Identify the adjective in the sentences

3. Ralph took his mangy, old dog for a long walk. A: mangy, old, long B: Ralph, his C: mangy, old, dog D: took, walk

5. SCORE

6. The dog, Joshua, reluctantly rose from the warm bricks in front of the blazing hearth. A: dog, Joshua B: warm, blazing C: bricks, hearth D: from, front

8. SCORE

9. He did not understand why anyone would want to venture out in the cold, damp weather. A: venture, weather B: understand, want C: cold, damp D: He, anyone

11. SCORE

12. Ralph wore his bright red stocking cap pulled tightly over his big ears. A: wore, pulled B: Ralph, his C: Ralph, cap, ears D: bright, red, stocking. big

14. SCORE

15. The cold air stung his red nose as he slogged through the blinding snow. A: cold, air, nose B: cold, red, blinding C: stung, slogged D: air, nose, snow

17. SCORE

18. Those majestic pines were covered with a heavy layer of snow. A: Those, majestic, heavy B: pines, snow C: covered, layer D: majestic, heavy

20. SCORE

21. Joshua immediately had tiny icicles from the fur of his four paws. A: immediately B: tiny, four C: Joshua, his D: icicles, fur, paws

23. SCORE

24. He stopped two times to try to remove the icy buildup. A: two, icy B: stopped, remove C: times, icy, buildup D: try, remove

26. SCORE

27. When Ralph saw the pitiful look on Joshua’s face, he knew he had made a terrible mistake. A: Ralph, Joshua’s B: look, face, mistake C: pitiful, terrible D: saw, pitiful

29. SCORE

30. That dog endured the bitter wind. A: dog, wind B: endured C: that, the D: that, bitter

32. SCORE

33. He turned back to the cozy warm house they just left. A: cozy, warm B: turned, left C: he, they D: cozy, house

35. SCORE

36. Joshua raced ahead to get back to the safe haven of his peaceful, toasty hearth. A: raced, get B: safe, haven, toasty, hearth C: safe, peaceful, toasty D: ahead, back

38. SCORE

39. Ralph peeled off the several layers of thick wool clothes and hat by the roaring fire. A: layers, wool, clothes B: peeled, layers, roaring, fire C: thick, clothes, roaring, fire D: several, thick, wool, roaring

41. SCORE

42. He decided the next time he took a long walk it would be warm, spring day. A: long, walk, spring, day B: next, long, warm, spring C: decided, took, walk D: next, long, warm, day

44. SCORE

45. The faithful dog wagged his bushy tail. A: faithful, dog B: wagged C: faithful, bushy D: dog, tail

47. SCORE

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