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Adjectives Presentation

An educational presentation on Adjectives
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on 14 December 2015

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Examples:
Adjectives in the Form of a
Single Word
:
Adjectives in the Form of
a Phrase
:
Adjectives in the Form of
a Clause
:
-Lady and the Tramp, which
made me sob, is playing at the Paramount.
The adjective clause
which made me sob
is modifying the noun
Lady and the Tramp
.

-Lady, who is my favorite character,
has puppies at the end.
The adjective clause
who is my favorite character
is modifying the noun
Lady
.

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Adjectives modify nouns!
What Are Adjectives?
Thank you for watching!
Adjectives can be found in the form of ...
Adjectives

Adjectives tell us...
Examples:
Examples:
Wait! Adjectives can be
clauses

and

phrases
too!
-The whiny kittens meowed non-stop.
The adjective
whiny
is modifying the noun
kittens
.

-The twenty-one kittens arrived at their new home.
The adjective
twenty-one
is modifying the noun
kittens
.

-The hyper kitten bounced off the walls.
The adjective
hyper
is modifying the noun
kitten
.


-The movie was not too terribly
scary.
The adjective phrase
not too terribly scary
is modifying the noun
movie
.

-That movie is getting too loud.
The adjective phrase
too loud
is modifying the noun
movie
.

Are you paying attention? Let's See!
This is tricky!
How many different forms of adjectives are in this sentence?
I like to read romantic and extremely sappy books, like
Love, Stargirl
, that make me cry.
How to remember them:

Single

words ...
Definition:
An adjective phrase is a group of words that do not contain a subject-predicate relationship describing a noun.
Definition:
An adjective clause is a group of words that includes a subject and predicate describing a noun.
Things to remember:
A. Just a single word
B. Just an adjective phrase
C. Just an adjective clause
D. All of the above
Here are some videos to
help you practice the material.
Press the back-arrow
( ) to
stop watching once you
are done.
"This is a part of speech song that covers adjectives, nouns, verbs, and adverbs."
- anonymous
"This catchy song that will help you remember multiple parts of speech. It is pretty long."
- cake-fan
"This is a song that has nice visuals that will help you learn what they are trying to teach." - anonymous

"This song is pretty funny and long."
-Songisinmyheart


-Adjectives modify nouns

-There are 3 different forms
of an adjective:
A single word,
phrase, or clause.

-Definitions of a adjective phrase and clause:
An
adjective clause
is a group of words that includes a subject and predicate describing a noun.

An
adjective phrase
is a group of words that does not contain a subject-predicate relationship describing a noun.








D: all of the above
The Answer to the test question is...


Because

romantic
is single,
extremely sappy
is

a phrase,

that make me cry

is a clause.


No matter if you got it wrong or right, pat yourself on the back. That even stumped a grammar teacher!
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