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adjectives. ADJECTIVES : A WORD THAT DESCRIBES A NOUN (or PRONOUN) Show how many Five boys played soccer yesterday. A pencil rolled onto the floor. Show how much There was little rain. The plentiful variety of colors made the picture beautiful. Show what kind

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adjectives
adjectives

ADJECTIVES: A WORD THAT DESCRIBES A NOUN (or PRONOUN)

  • Show how many
    • Five boys played soccer yesterday.
    • A pencil rolled onto the floor.
  • Show how much
    • There was little rain.
    • The plentiful variety of colors made the picture beautiful.
  • Show what kind
    • Old and Slow computers really frustrate me.
    • The friendly student brought tasty candy for everyone.
  • Show which one
    • That dog is the cutest one ever.
    • This math problem was very easy.
adverbs
adverbs

ADVERBS – A WORD THAT DESCRIBES ADJ’S, VERBS, OR OTHER ADV’S

  • Show HOW a verb was done (in one word)
    • Bill swims quickly to the finish line. (adverb modifying the verb, telling how he swims)
    • He thought intellectually about the problem. (adverb modifying the verb, telling how he thinks)
  • Show WHEN a verb was done (in one word)
    • I failed the test yesterday. (adverb modifying the verb, telling when I failed)
    • Earlier, Joe ate breakfast. (adverb modifying the verb, telling when Joe ate)
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adverbs

ADVERBS – A WORD THAT DESCRIBES ADJ’S, VERBS, OR OTHER ADV’S

  • Show WHERE a verb was done (in one word)
    • He tripped and fell down. (adverb modifying the verb, telling where he fell)
    • He went outside. (adverb modifying the verb, telling where he went)
  • Show to what DEGREE (how much or little) a verb was done; these are called intensifiers.
    • The student is so smart. (adverb modifying the adjective, telling to what degree he is smart)
    • The sneeze exploded very loudly. (adverb modifying the adverb, telling to what degree he is loudly sneezing)