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Adjectives!

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Sam Larson

on 7 March 2013

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Sam and Laura Adjectives! Note: When two adjectives are in a row, and the order does not matter, there needs to be a comma separating them Laura's Sentence Laura's Sentence Emily wishes she could move to peaceful, sunny California. Laura's Sentence Sam's sentence Sam's sentence Zach Parise is a great hockey player. Sam's sentence I have an awesome pair of shoes. Definition Adjectives are words that describe or modify another person or thing (nouns and pronouns) in the sentence. The articles — a, an, and the — are also adjectives. Matt Elam is a fast, tough football player. Today, Joe is going to the beautiful, sandy beach. <iframe width="640" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/5hIqdPrH--k?feature=player_embedded" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> The small gazelle carefully trotted across the endless African savanna. Examples: Order Matters-delicious Asian food Order Doesn't Matter-sunny, windy day The Different Types of Adjectives Common- just a "plain old" adjective --big, for example Demonstrative- "this," "that," "these" and "those" They tell which one -- for example, Do you want to watch this movie or that movie? Proper- based on proper nouns, or names, and are capitalized-- for examples, Chinese, Spanish, Japanese
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