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Transcript of ADJECTIVES
Embarrassed To Describe Sound... High-pitched
Muffled To Describe Colors, Sizes & Shapes... dull
narrow To Describe a Person or Personality... shy
busy Uncanny Creature at School Gee, on my my way to English class, I saw a bear.
It was a BROWN bear.
No, it was a BLACK wolf.
Okay, it was a BLACK wolf.
It was a WILD, UGLY, BLACK wolf.
It was also a very very DELIRIOUS wolf.
Are you sure it was a very DELIRIOUS wolf?
Yeah, because I thought it was a very ENTHUSIASTIC wolf.
Wolf? The creature looked too FUZZY to be a wolf.
Yeah, it has HUGE teeth and DARK eyes.
I agree, a wolf has HUGE teeth and DARK eyes!
So are you sure the beast was a wolf?
But a wolf doesn't have a SMALL tail.
So then what was this BLACK creature?
It was actually a bear that tried to eat all of us... Take Notes!!!
Adjectives are said to modify nouns and are necessary to make the meanings of sentences clearer or more exact. Use adjectives before nouns… For ex. beautiful lady or friendly elephant …or after the linking verbs: be, become, look, seem, feel, sound, taste, smell For ex. He is scintillating. You look fabulous today! Adjectives are never plural. Those are good (NOT goods) cookies. Some adjectives end in –ing, -ly, or –ed. For ex. forgiving, blushing, interesting, friendly, curly, clumsy –ed adjectives: concerned, puzzled, worried, crowded, excited When you see a word that ends in –ed, sometimes it is an adjective and sometimes it is a past tense verb.