Grade 4English-Adjectives (Hyperlink Pres

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ADJECTIVES

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An adjective is a part of speech which describes, identifies, or quantifies a noun or a pronoun. ADJECTIVE

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Kinds of Adjectives Descriptive Adjective of Number Demonstrative Possessive Interrogative Select and click to learn about it. Click to view the degrees of Comparison of Adjectives

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Descriptive Back to Option It describes the noun and pronoun in the sentence. Example Ana is beautiful . The house is big .

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Descriptive Back to Option It describes the noun and pronoun in the sentence. Example Ana is beautiful . The house is big .

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Adjective of Number Back to Option It tell how many or how much and it answers the question, “How many?” or “How much?” Example Twenty-one students passed the exam . The plants need more water.

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Demonstrative Back to Option It points out pronouns and nouns. they are always followed by the nouns which they point out. Example These collections have been here since 1992. I used to like this kind of bag.

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Possessive Back to Option It show possession. They are always followed by a noun. Example Trisha sold her dog . The dog wags its tail.

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Interrogative Back to Option It ask questions and are always followed by a noun. Example What movie are you watching ? Which plants should be placed over here?

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Degrees of Comparison Adjectives POSITIVE COMPARATIVE ( er , more) SUPERLATIVE ( est , most) tall taller tallest beautiful more beautiful most beautiful Examples Positive Comparative Superlative Click the degree

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Degree of Adjective Back to option Positive Refers on one person Example She is a pretty lady . The house is big .

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Degree of Adjective Back to option Comparative Use to compare two persons, places or things. It adds “- er ” or “more” to the adjective and uses “than” for comparison. Example Ben is taller than his brother . Her dress is more beautiful than t han Rose.

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Degree of Adjective Back to option Superlative Use to compare more than two persons, places or things. It adds “- est ” or “most” to the adjective. Example John is the kindest person in the town . Peter is the most popular student in the school.

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