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Adjectives

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Chrissy Roach

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Transcript of Adjectives

Adjectives
Adjectives (in general)
Type #1:Proper Adjectives
A
proper adjective
is any adjective that is formed from a proper noun. It is always capitalized!

A
London
museum is home to many original,
Shakespearian
plays.
I used a
French
dictionary to come up with a translation on my homework.
Setting Up The Notebook
Materials:
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Type #2: Common Adjectives
A common adjective is any adjective that is not proper.
Common adjectives are not capitalized!

Close the
brown
door before the
buzzing
fly enters.
Two
cookies "fell" off the counter and into
his
mouth!
Type #3: Articles
An article is a type of adjective.
There are only three articles:
a
,
an
, and
the
.

A
brontosaurus was
an
animal about 70 feet long;
the
dinosaur lived on land.
An adjective is a word used to describe a noun or a pronoun. Adjectives tell
what
kind, how many, or which one.
They usually come before the word they describe.

The
dedicated
athlete practiced
foul
shots for
two
hours.
Test Your Knowledge
Check Your Knowledge
What are the types of adjectives, and
how does knowing about them improve
your capitalization?

An apple fell off the tall tree at the Italian festival.
An
apple fell off
the tall
tree at
the

Italian
festival.
An
apple- article
the tall
tree- article and common
the Italian
festival- article and proper
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