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Adjectives

Part of a Grade 5 lesson plan on using adjectives. Explains basic use, demonstrative, comparative, and superlative forms
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James Petersen

on 28 April 2011

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Adjectives tell what kind, which one, or how many. Did you see that large spotted cow? which one what kind Three white swans swam in the lake. how many what kind She put several purple flowers in the vase. Find the adjectives in this sentence. Game: Write down as many adjectives as you can think of that would work in the sentence. Look at the sentence on the Smart Board. Adjectives describe nouns or pronouns. He thinks cats are too loud. People like to eat food. Jared put on his shoes. Demonstrative adjectives point out a specific person, place, or thing. This book belongs to me. I don't know those people. Comparative adjectives Most adjectives add to compare two nouns. er bigger older happier Some adjectives with two or more syllables use more less or Superlative adjectives Most adjectives add to compare three or more nouns. Some adjectives with two or more syllables use or . est most least That car is the noisiest vehicle on the block. Steve was the most excited player at the awards ceremony. Change the sentences so they include descriptive, demonstrative, and comparative adjectives. Bonus points if you include a superlative and a comparative adjective used properly!
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