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 Adjective

What Are Adjectives?FreeGlitterParty.com - where the party never stops sparkling!

The adjective is the kind word that describes nouns.

small boy,   nice room,  dirty notebook,    clean bag,    tall woman 

 

 

As-----As

Comparative

Superlative

With Short Adjectives

as-------------as

----------er than

the ---------est

 

I am as tall as my brother

I am smaller than my brother

My dad is the tallest in our family

With Long Adjectives

as-----------as

 more ------- than

the most -----------

 

English is as important as French

English is more difficult then Spanish

English is the most important language in the world.

 
 
 
 
 
What is an adjective?
 Which one? Whose is it? how many? What kind of?
 
Can you guess which of this words are  the adjectives?
 
See that little green bird.
She is smart and you can hear it.
She can say seven words!
My pretty pretty Panama parrot!
 
The adjective is the kind word that describes
 
 FreeGlitterParty.com - where the party never stops sparkling! Ex. 1   Put the nouns and adjectives into the correct columns
small   Smile cat  Smile window Smile   nice  Smile  bee  Smile  lion  Smile  interesting  Smile  bottle Smile  ugly   Smile desk  Smile  open   high Smile  fat  Smile  wall  Smile chair Smile   sweet Smile   beautiful Smile  happy  Smile sofa Smile  woman Smile  sad  Smile red   Smile tall   Smile  round  Smile angry Smile  table   Smile shirt Smile  strong  Smile   man Smile   flower Smile   good Smile short  Smile  cookie   Smile

 

ADJECTIVES

 

NOUNS

small

 cat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
FreeGlitterParty.com - where the party never stops sparkling!Ex 2. Match adjectives and nouns from ex 1.
                         Add a / an
for example:          a small cat
                                            
                    
                  
                  
                  
                  
                  
                  
                  
                  
 
FreeGlitterParty.com - where the party never stops sparkling!Ex 3. Describe the picture
for example:
 The avocado is green
 
avocado / green
 
                                                                                     
 
woman  /  happy                                  yellow  /  kite
 
 
 
                                         
 
baby / cute                                                    hot /  tea
 
                                       
 
camel  / big                                                    wand  /  magic
 
                              
 
funny  /  fish                                              package   /  old
 
 
 
FreeGlitterParty.com - where the party never stops sparkling!Ex 4. Put the words in the correct order.
 
For example:     a / This / is / tidy / notebook
                        This is a tidy notebook
 
1. I / today / happy / am
 
2. beautiful  / The / are / flowers
 
3. book / The / interesting / is
 
4. Toma / thin / is
 
5. There  / new / are / houses
 
6. dog  / black  / sick  / The / is
 
7. The / expensive / are / pictures
 
FreeGlitterParty.com - where the party never stops sparkling!Ex 5.Complete the sentences with the correct adjectives.
For example: My father is  taller than grandfather.
 
1. Natalie is   than her sister.
2. New York is     than Alaska.
3. The bag is as    as that bag.
4. The Nile river is    than the Jordan river.
5. Boys are   than the girls.
6. My father is   than my mother.
7. A car isn't as    as a bus.
8. The turtles are   than fish.
9. Siberia is   than England.
10. A car is  than a bike.
 
FreeGlitterParty.com - where the party never stops sparkling!Ex 6. Complete the sentences using the Comparative form for long  adjectives.
 
For example:  The movie is more exciting than the book. (exciting)
 
1. The story is  that book (interesting)
2. The armchair is   the chair. (comfortable)
3. This exercise is   the one before. ( difficult)
4. Emily is  Dana. (beautiful)
5. Jumping is  walking. (dangerous)
 
 
FreeGlitterParty.com - where the party never stops sparkling!Ex 7. Complete the table.
 

Adjective

Comparative

Superlative

nice

nicer than

the nicest

 

richer than

 

 

 

the slowest

 

 

the easiest

 

hotter than

 

large

 

 

fat

 

 

 

lazier than

 

 

 

the funniest

lucky

 

 

 
 
FreeGlitterParty.com - where the party never stops sparkling!Ex 8. Complete the sentences using the Superlative form.
 
For example: Liza is the smarterst girl in class
 
1. Bill Gates is  man in the world. (rich)
2. The brown box is  of all. (heavy)
3. February is   month. (short)
4. My dog is  dog in the neighborhood. (nice)
5. This shop is  in town. (cheap)
6. Ben is  boy in the family. (young)
7. Sunday is  day of the week for me. (long)
8. Dead Sea is  place in the world. (low)
9. My birthday is a happy day. It's  day in the year. (happy)
10. This is    exam of the year.  (hard)
 
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