U5W1 Grammar
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by Deidre Bergman
| 13 Questions
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• An adjective is a word that describes a noun or a pronoun.
• An adjective usually comes before the noun or pronoun it describes. It also may follow a linking verb.
Adjectives are usually placed in order of opinion, size, age, and then color.
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Read each sentence and find the adjective or adjectives. There could be more than one answer!
Example:
Our playful friends play many games.

Answer: playful, many
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The garden has red roses.
garden
red
roses
2
1
• An adjective is a word that describes a noun or a pronoun.
• An adjective usually comes before the noun or pronoun it describes. It also may follow a linking verb.
Adjectives are usually placed in order of opinion, size, age, and then color.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Read each sentence and find the adjective or adjectives. There could be more than one answer!
Example:
Our playful friends play many games.

Answer: playful, many
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The waves looked dangerous.
dangerous
waves
looked
3
1
• An adjective is a word that describes a noun or a pronoun.
• An adjective usually comes before the noun or pronoun it describes. It also may follow a linking verb.
Adjectives are usually placed in order of opinion, size, age, and then color.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Read each sentence and find the adjective or adjectives. There could be more than one answer!
Example:
Our playful friends play many games.

Answer: playful, many
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The big red truck drove down the busy road.
truck
big
red
busy
road
4
1
• An adjective is a word that describes a noun or a pronoun.
• An adjective usually comes before the noun or pronoun it describes. It also may follow a linking verb.
Adjectives are usually placed in order of opinion, size, age, and then color.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Read each sentence and find the adjective or adjectives. There could be more than one answer!
Example:
Our playful friends play many games.

Answer: playful, many
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Where is the golden key that opens the locked door?
golden
key
opens
locked
5
1
• An adjective is a word that describes a noun or a pronoun. It can be formed from a noun.
• A proper adjective is formed from a proper noun. It begins with a capital letter.
Proper adjectives may describe languages, races, or nationalities.
• Brand names are often proper adjectives.
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Read each sentence and identify the proper adjective.
Example:
She visited Jefferson Library yesterday.

Adjective: Jefferson
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There is nothing like the warm feel of Florida sunshine.
feel
Florida
sunshine
nothing
6
1
• An adjective is a word that describes a noun or a pronoun. It can be formed from a noun.
• A proper adjective is formed from a proper noun. It begins with a capital letter.
Proper adjectives may describe languages, races, or nationalities.
• Brand names are often proper adjectives.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Read each sentence and identify the proper adjective.
Example:
She visited Jefferson Library yesterday.

Adjective: Jefferson
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The Chinese exchange student spoke English well.
Chinese
exchange
students
English
7
1
• An adjective is a word that describes a noun or a pronoun. It can be formed from a noun.
• A proper adjective is formed from a proper noun. It begins with a capital letter.
Proper adjectives may describe languages, races, or nationalities.
• Brand names are often proper adjectives.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Read each sentence and identify the proper adjective.
Example:
She visited Jefferson Library yesterday.

Adjective: Jefferson
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There are many African countries in need of aid.
African
need
aid
8
1
• Use quotation marks at the beginning and end of a direct quotation.
• Use a comma before the opening quotation mark if a sentence begins before the quote. Use a comma before the ending quotation mark if a sentence continues after the quote.
• Use quotation marks before and after the titles of short works.
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Choose the sentence that uses commas and quotation marks correctly.
Example:
My teacher just read us a short story called My Pet Gorilla.

My teacher just read us a short story called "My Pet Gorilla."
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My friend said, I can walk home with you after school.
My friend "said, I can walk home with you after school."
My "friend said, I can walk home with you after school".
My friend said, "I can walk home with you after school."
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1
• Use quotation marks at the beginning and end of a direct quotation.
• Use a comma before the opening quotation mark if a sentence begins before the quote. Use a comma before the ending quotation mark if a sentence continues after the quote.
• Use quotation marks before and after the titles of short works.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Choose the sentence that uses commas and quotation marks correctly.
Example:
My teacher just read us a short story called My Pet Gorilla.

My teacher just read us a short story called "My Pet Gorilla."
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He asked Can I go with you to the supermarket?
He asked, "Can I go with you to the supermarket?"
He asked "Can I go with you to the supermarket?"
"He asked Can I go with you to the supermarket"?
10
1
Choose an adjective from to complete each sentence.
Example:
Do you live near the __________ coast?

A. Pacific-Answer
B. red
C. bare
D. windy
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The _________ beach was pink and white.
sandy
old
happy
11
1
Choose an adjective from to complete each sentence.
Example:
Do you live near the __________ coast?

A. Pacific-Answer
B. red
C. bare
D. windy
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My brother is enjoying his _______ class.
New England
crazy
Spanish
12
1
Choose the letter for the choice that correctly completes the sentence.
Example:
Look at that _________ snowman!

A. Funny, Big
B. Funny, big
C. funny, big-Answer

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We visited the ____________ town on vacation.
Small German
small German
small german
13
1
Choose the letter for the choice that correctly completes the sentence.
Example:
Look at that _________ snowman!

A. Funny, Big
B. Funny, big
C. funny, big-Answer

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My dad’s __________ driver license is old.
New York
New york
new ork
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