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Greek Root Review with Participles (and cute animals). Before we meet the participle…. Let’s review adjectives , nouns , and verbs A noun is a person, place, or thing, or sometimes an idea Examples of nouns: cat, book, happiness, California

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Greek root review with participles and cute animals

Greek Root Review with Participles (and cute animals)


Before we meet the participle
Before we meet the participle…

  • Let’s review adjectives,nouns,andverbs

    • A noun is a person, place, or thing, or sometimes an idea

      • Examples of nouns: cat, book, happiness, California

    • An adjective is a word that describes a noun.

      • Examples:

        • All of my students are very smart.

        • The purple and bluehydrangeas are my favoriteflowers.

    • A verb is either an action word, or a state of being word

      • Examples of action verbs:

        • Jump, scream, run, laugh, dance

      • Examples of state of being verbs:

        • am, is, are, was, were


Greek root review with participles and cute animals

Introducing the Participle!

  • definition: a verb ending in “-ing”, “ed” or “en” yet used as an adjective; it is placed BEFORE the noun it describes.

  • Examples:

    Bakedbrownies (verb: bake)

    Jumpingrabbits (verb: jump)

    Glazeddonuts (verb: glaze)

    Excitedstudents (verb: excite)


Participle practice
Participle Practice

Directions:

  • Read the following sentences

  • Write down the participle phrases and underline the participle.

  • Then, draw an arrow to the noun the participle is describing.


Participle practice1
Participle Practice:

  • Sarah has an unexplained phobia of eating fried grasshoppers.


Participle practice2
Participle Practice:

  • Sarah has an unexplainedphobia of

    eating fried grasshoppers.


Participle practice3
Participle Practice:

2. The screaming baby woke up every sleeping person in the house.

3. Jason’s hydrophobia broke out as soon as the swimming pool came into view.


Participle practice4
Participle Practice:

2. The screamingbaby woke up every sleepingperson in the house.

3. Jason’s hydrophobia broke out as soon as the swimmingpool came into view.


Participle practice5
Participle Practice:

4. The Wonder Twins activated their synchronized watches before heading off to the burning building.


Participle practice6
Participle Practice:

4. The Wonder Twins activated their synchronizedwatches before heading off to the burning building.


Participle practice7
Participle Practice:

5. Baked and burnt, the chicken was untouched by the picnic guests.


Participle practice8
Participle Practice:

5. Baked and burnt, the chicken was untouched by the picnic guests.