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Sentence Diagramming. Part 5: Adjectives. What is an Adjective?. Adjectives come in two types: Common are always lowercase and generic. Proper are always capitalized and specific. red. huge. boring. hot. amazing. twenty. awesome. British. Canadian. American. Japanese.

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sentence diagramming

Sentence Diagramming

Part 5:

Adjectives

what is an adjective
What is an Adjective?
  • Adjectives come in two types:
    • Common are always lowercase and generic.
    • Proper are always capitalized and specific.

red

huge

boring

hot

amazing

twenty

awesome

British

Canadian

American

Japanese

diagramming adjectives
Diagramming Adjectives:
  • Adjectives are diagrammed below the baseline, directly under the noun or pronoun that they are describing.
  • Red busses are famous in London.

s

lv

pa

busses

are

famous

Red

adjective

more adjective reminders
More Adjective Reminders:
  • Adjectives only modify nouns or pronouns. That includes:
    • Subjects
    • Predicate Nominatives (predicate nouns)
  • A, An, & The are adjectives. (They are often called articles).
  • The supersonic Concorde was a European airplane.

was

airplane

Concorde

a

The

supersonic

European

more adjective practice
More Adjective Practice:
  • Old, red, telephone boxes are awesome!

boxes

are

awesome

Old

red

telephone

  • British soccer fans crowded the new stadium in London.

crowded

stadium

fans

soccer

the

new

British