Grade 4- Ordering Adjectives (4.L.1.1.e)
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by Elementary Literacy Curriculum Administrator
| 14 Questions
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First Name
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Last Name
Part A
Directions:
Select the correct order of adjectives to fill in the blank space provided.
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The ___________________________________________ puppies are mine. (two black sweet)
two black sweet
black two sweet
sweet two black
two sweet black
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The ___________________________________________ clouds told us it was time to leave the beach. (storm dark scary)
storm scary dark
dark storm scary
scary dark storm
dark scary storm
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Janelle wore a ___________________________________________ boots to the party. (black leather)
black leather
leather black
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It’s always a good idea to buy a ____________________________________ lemonade on a warm summer day. (frosty large one)
one large frosty
frosty one large
large one frosty
large frosty one
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I brought my fourth-grade teacher a ______________________________ bouquet of flowers just to make her smile. (Hint, hint hint! 😉) (fresh beautiful)
beautiful fresh
fresh beautiful
Part B
Directions:
Write a sentence using the adjectives provided. Be sure to place them in the correct order.
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delicious one warm
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yellow old dirty
Part C
Directions:
Read the passage and then answer the questions that follow. There are five underlined words or phrases in the passage to show which word or phrase may be incorrect.
Now answer the questions below. Choose the correct word or phrase for each of the following sentences.
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There were five huge square rooms with lots of art in each room.
A five square huge
B square huge five
C square five huge
D correct as is
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In the first room, I saw paintings with blue water beautiful colors.
A beautiful blue water
B water blue beautiful
C beautiful water blue
D correct as is
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In the next room, there was a red silk long curtain that hung at the entrance.
A long silk red
B silk red long
C long red silk
D correct as is
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Behind the curtains were five enormous silver stands that held many wonderful glass vases.
A silver five enormous
B five silver enormous
C enormous silver five
D correct as is
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On our way out, we saw silver two small teapots behind a case.
A two silver small
B two small silver
C small two silver
D correct as is
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