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    • Words that modify nouns or pronouns
      • Tell
      • What kind
        • Which one
        • How many
        • How much
    •  
      • Nouns can also be used as adjectives. They tell what kind or which one about the noun modified.
        • Afternoon class
        • Music lesson
        • Football practice
      • Possessive pronouns, such as our and his, can be considered adjectives because they modify nouns in addition to their function as pronouns.
        • Our book
        • His watch
        • Their house
        • My hands
      • They can be in many places, hiding, waiting for you to find them….
        • How obedient the poodle is!
        • That obedient poodle belongs to her.
        • The poodle is obedient.
        • The judges considered the poodle obedient.
      • Many adjectives have different forms to indicate degree of comparison
      Positive Comparative Superlative Light Lighter Lightest Sad Sadder Saddest Good Better Best Bad Worse Worst Pratical More Practical Most Practical
      • Articles are the adjectives a, an and the.
      • A and an Are called indefinite articles. They refer to any one of a kind of person, place or thing.
      • The is a definite article. It refers to a specific person, place or thing.
      • Formed from a proper noun and begins with a capital letter.
        • Twilight is an American book.
        • Bangkok is a Thai city.
        • Diego is a Mexican student.