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- 1. Adjectives
- 2. An adjective describes a noun or a pronoun. An adjective answers: What kind? Which one? How many? Example: happy dog tired boy seven girls Adjectives
- 3. To find an adjective you need to locate the nouns first. <ul><li>Three happy children played at the park. </li></ul><ul><li>The donkey stepped on my large hat. </li></ul><ul><li>The child was brave. </li></ul>
- 4. Let's Practice
- 5. Can you find the adjectives? We saw the gray elephant at the zoo. First find the nouns… Then ask, “What words describe the nouns?” WHAT KIND? WHICH ONE? HOW MANY?
- 6. Can you find the adjectives? The rabbit followed the slow turtle. First find the nouns… Then ask, “What words describe the nouns?” WHAT KIND? WHICH ONE? HOW MANY?
- 7. Can you find the adjectives? He found two pennies on the ground. First find the nouns… Then ask, “What words describe the nouns?” WHAT KIND? WHICH ONE? HOW MANY?
- 8. Can you find the adjectives? The children heard the loud bell. First find the nouns… Then ask, “What words describe the nouns?” WHAT KIND? WHICH ONE? HOW MANY?
- 9. Can you find the adjectives? The brown dog growled at the tall man. First find the nouns… Then ask, “What words describe the nouns?” WHAT KIND? WHICH ONE? HOW MANY?

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