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    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersWorksheet 1. Nouns and adjectivesWrite the nouns and adjectives in the sentences in the correct columns.1. Do you like Italian food?2. We sat at the kitchen table and ate dinner.3. Grammar is an interesting subject.4. I have a red grammar book.5. We bought a beautiful rug in China.6. She has an important job in the police department. Adjectives Nouns used as Nouns adjectives1. Italian food2. kitchen table, dinner3.4.5.6. 1 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersWorksheet 2. Nouns and adjectivesComplete the sentences. Choose the correct words from the word pool and put it inthe blank spaces. Use one word for each space. You may want to use the mini-glossary below. bookstore car chemistry dishes electric favorite university Vietnamese 1. This car can run on a battery. It has enough energy from the battery to go for 40 miles or 64 kilometers. It is an _______________ _______________. 2. Tonight we are going to my ____________________ ____________________________ restaurant. I like it because they always serve delicious vegetarian ____________________________ from Vietnam. That’s good for me because I am a vegetarian. 3. Kate works in the _____________________________ _____________________________. She knows every ____________________ book in the store. Within two minutes, she can find the history texts, the engineering texts, the poetry books, the _____________________ texts, the reference books -– everything a student or professor needs.battery = an object that supplies electricityenergy= power from electricity, coal, oil, etc.vegetarian= a person who doesn’t eat meatwithin= inside of 2 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersWorksheet 3. Reading: Johnny AppleseedRead the passage. Then answer the questions on the next page. Johnny Appleseed Johnny Appleseed was an American pioneer* and a legend. He loved apples. He grew apple trees and traveled around many places in the United States of America to bring apple trees to the people. Many people think that Johnny Appleseed was an imaginary character,but he was a real person. He was born in Massachusetts in 1774 and lived for70 years.Johnny had good farming skills. He planted apple trees and took good care ofthem. He supplied apple seeds to the early settlers in the Mid-west of theUSA, the large part of the land in the middle of the country, far from theoceans. He owned tree farms in several states. He sold many trees, but gaveaway many, too. He was very successful, but he lived a simple life. He waskind and generous and friendly to everyone. And he did funny things! Heliked to walk in his bare feet, and he wore his tin cooking pot on his head ashe traveled.His real name was John Chapman, but people called him Johnny Appleseedbecause of his great love for apples and their seeds. Johnny spent 50 yearsgrowing apple trees and spreading them successfully all over the land.*The people who traveled west inthe United States and made theirhomes in new places were calledpioneers. 3 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersWorksheet 3, page 2Circle True if the sentence is true, and False if the sentence is false, according to thepassage about Johnny Appleseed.1. Johnny Appleseed was a real person. True / False2. He traveled in the eastern part of the USA. True / False3. He grew vegetables and sold them. True / False4. He was unsuccessful. True / False5. He was generous and nice. True / False6. He always wore shoes. True / False7. He wore a hat that was really a pot. True / False8. He spread apples and apple trees all over the country. True / False 4 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and Modifiers Worksheet 4. Vocabulary review Complete the sentences. Circle the correct word in parentheses. 1. Something that is not real and is only in your head is (true/ imaginary). 2. An popular old story that may be true, or not, is a (fact / legend) 3. A person in a book, a play, or movie is a (character / comic). 4. Farmers (buy / supply) food to the markets. 5. People call the land that is not near the Atlantic Ocean or the Pacific Ocean, but is in the middle of the United States, the (Midwest / Midnorth). 6. A person who is nice to other people and cares about them is (kind / funny). 7. If you (own / owe) something, it is yours. It belongs to you. 8. Flowers and plants grow from (seeds / fruit). 9. People who are the first to live somewhere are (settlers / cooks).10. (Tiny / Great) means very large.11. Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, was a kind of (pioneer / farmer) in space travel. 5 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and Modifiers Worksheet 5. Vocabulary review Complete the sentences. Choose the correct word from the word pool and write it in the blank space. away bare care generous pot simple skills spread successful tin 1. When you get the result you want, you are ____________________.2. Parents take ____________________ of their children.3. Something that is easy to do is ____________________.4. A person who is willing to give time, money, or things to others is a ____________________ person.5. You cook food in a ____________________. 6. Cans with food in them are ____________________ cans.7. I got my hat from Aunt Bessie. She gave ____________________ all her old hats.8. Things that you do well are ____________________.9. Fire quickly ____________________ through the building. 10. The sun burned his ____________________ skin. 6 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and Modifiers Worksheet 6. Apples Here are three common sayings about apples. Read each one, and guess the meaning of the saying. Circle the letter of your choice. 1. An apple a day keeps the doctor away. a. If you eat one apple every day, you will be healthy and you won’t need a doctor. b. Give away an apple to the doctor every day. c. If you eat too many apples, you’ll get sick. 2. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. a. It’s easy to pick apples because they fall very near the tree. So, do things that are easy for you. b. Apples come from seeds, and new apples turn out like old apples. In the same way, a person turns out to be like his or her parents. c. It may be harmful to sit under an apple tree because an apple might fall on you. So, always be careful of danger.3. One bad apple ruins the whole barrel! a. A barrel of apples always has a few bad apples in it. So, don’t worry if things aren’t perfect. b. If a barrel of apples has one bad apple in it, it’s OK. In the same way, if only one person in a group is bad, the group is OK. c. If a barrel of apples has one bad apple in it, all the apples are bad. In the same way, one bad person in a group ruins the whole group. 7 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and Modifiers Worksheet 7. Vocabulary review Complete the sentences. Choose a word from the word pool and write it in the blank space. away barrel danger group pick ruin1. A sign in the zoo says, “Keep ________________ from the big turtles.” It means, “Don’t go near the turtles.” 2. The farm workers _______________ apples in the summer and oranges in the winter. 3. This sign on the highway means, “__________________! Falling rocks!” 4. If you put more salt in this soup, it will ________________ it. It is just perfect now. 5. A _________________ of oil equals 159 litres of oil. 6. A small _________________ of children crossed the street. Their teacher followed them. 8 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersWorksheet 8. Vocabulary review: OppositesComplete the sentences in Column A with words that are opposites. Write the letterof the correct word in Column B in the blank space in Column A. Column A Column B 1. The opposite of bare is ____. a. real 2. The opposite of imaginary is ____. b. difficult 3. The opposite of nice is ____. c. safe 4. The opposite of great is ____. d. come near 5. The opposite of simple is ____. e. rude 6. The opposite of successful is ____. f. awful 7. The opposite of harmful is ____. g. improve 8. The opposite of ruin is ____. h. small 9. The opposite of wonderful is ____. i. covered10. The opposite of keep away is ____. j. failing 9 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and Modifiers Worksheet 9. Using nouns as adjectives Check all possible completions. 1. Mom baked a delicious apple _______. tree pie farm 2. I bought a new battery at a place that sells automobile _______. parts licenses accidents 3. My aunt and uncle have 1,200 chickens on their chicken _______. soup farm salad 4. John is a famous football _______. game player field 5. We bought a new kitchen _______. table sink bush 6. I read about the university _______. buildings students professors 7. There are serious problems with the city _______. streets traffic government 8. I like summer _______. weather vacation rivers 9. Yes, I know the office _______. building manager farm10. Do you have a new computer _______? problem desk screen 10 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersWorksheet 10. Which word doesn’t belong?Check the word that does not belong in each group. 1. O kind O cold O nice O generous 2. O big O great O huge O little 3. O want O possess O own O have 4. O ruin O fix O spoil O hurt 5. O harmful O unsafe O easy O dangerous 6. O seed O skill O ability O knowledge 7. O single O group O class O crowd 8. O barrel O box O onion O can 9. O pioneer O settler O last one O first one10. O battery O energy O tree O electricity 11 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersWorksheet 11.Vocabulary reviewCross out the word or words that do not go with the adjective in bold. In someitems, all words are correct.1. These things can be harmful: fire wind hair2. These things can be simple: tin apples problems3. These things can be bare: trees skin clouds4. These things can be delicious: fruit cake vegetables5. These things can be successful: trips careers chickens6. These things can be tin: cans roofs water7. These things can be great: music times oceans 8. These things can be electric: stoves doors cars 12 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersWorksheet 12. Linking verbs and adjectivesComplete the conversations. Write the letter of the correct phrase from the wordpool in the blank space. a. feel really terrible d. taste delicious b. sounds good e. smells good c. seem very happy f. tastes awful 1. A: What’s cooking, Chef Arnaldo? B: Some beautiful white bean soup. Do you want some? A: Yes, please! It sure _______! 2. A: Have a chocolate chip cookie! B: Thanks! … Mmm … they _______! 3. A: What do you want to do tonight? B: Well, there’s a funny French movie at the University Cinema. A: Let’s see it. It _______. 4. A: Rita and Andy finally got married! B: They did? After all these years? Well, how are they? A: They _______. 5. A: What’s up, Josh? B: I flunked the math test. I _______. 6. A: Oh, waiter, I can’t eat this fish. B: What’s wrong with it? A: It _______!awful = terrible chef = professional cook flunked = failed 13 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets rd Basic English Grammar, 3 Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersWorksheet 13. Word search gameFind 8 words from Chapter 14. The letters of the words may be horizontal, vertical,or diagonal.All the words are from Chapter 14. Clues to the words are under this puzzle. Thegray shading shows the first letter of a word. B S I M P L E N A A W F U L G P R R K K K T R U E N Z M I I O U T G W N N L U O Y C R F B M P D J CLUES: 1. Terrible 8. A metal 2. Without a cover 3. Fail a test 4. Some people together 5. Easy 6. You cook in this. 7. Make something bad 14 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets Basic English Grammar, 3rd Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersAnswer KeyWorksheet 1 Adjectives Nouns used as adjectives Nouns1. Italian food2. kitchen table, dinner3. interesting grammar, subject4. red grammar book5. beautiful rug, China6. important police job, departmentWorksheet 2 1. electric car 2. favorite Vietnamese / dishes 3. university bookstore / every / chemistryWorksheet 3 1. True 2. False 3. False 4. False 5. True 6. False 7. True 8. TrueWorksheet 4 1. imaginary 2. legend 3. character 4. supply 5. mid-west 6. kind 7. own 8. seeds 9. settlers10. Great11. pioneer 15 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets Basic English Grammar, 3rd Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersWorksheet 5 1. successful 2. care 3. simple 4. generous 5. pot 6. tin 7. away 8. skills 9. spread10. bareWorksheet 6 1. a 2. b 3. cWorksheet 7 1. away 2. pick 3. danger 4. ruin 5. barrel 6. groupWorksheet 8 1. i. covered 2. a. real 3. e. rude 4. h. small 5. b. difficult 6. j. failing 7. c. safe 8. g. improve 9. f. awful10. d. come nearWorksheet 9 1. pie 2. parts 3. farm 4. player 5. table /sink 16 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets Basic English Grammar, 3rd Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and Modifiers 6. building / students / professors 7. streets / traffic / government 8. weather / vacation 9. building / manager10. problem / desk / screenWorksheet 10 1. cold 2. little 3. want 4. fix 5. easy 6. seed 7. single 8. onion 9. last one10. treeWorksheet 11 1. hair 2. problems 3. clouds 4. [All three are correct.] 5. chickens 6. water 7. [All three are correct.] 8. [All three are correct.]Worksheet 12 1. e. 2. d. 3. b. 4. c. 5. a. 6. f. 17 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets Basic English Grammar, 3rd Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersWorksheet 131. awful2. bare3. flunk B S I M P L E4. group5. simple N A A W F U L6. pot7. ruin8. tin G P R R K K K T R U E N Z M I I O U T G W N N L U O Y C R F B M P D J 18 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
    • Vocabulary Worksheets Basic English Grammar, 3rd Edition Chapter 14: Nouns and ModifiersWord Listaway history tableawful imaginary tinbare important trafficbarrel improve treebeautiful Italian universitybookstore job vacationbuilding kind Vietnamesecare last wantcharacter legend waterchemistry little weatherchicken managerChina MidwestChinese onioncity ownclasses partcloud pickcold piecollege pioneercome near playercovered potdanger problemday professordesk rainydifficult realdishes rudeeasy rugelectric car ruinevery sadexcellent safefailing screenfarm seedfavorite settlerfix simpleflunk singlefood sinkgenerous skillgovernment smallgreat spreadgroup streethair studentheavy successfulhighway supply 19 Copyright © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.