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Annie's Adjectives

Section 3 test

What describes a noun? Adjectives
What are articles? A type of adjectives
What are the 2 kinds of articles? Definite and Indefinite
What are definite articles? The
What are indefinite articles? A and An
What do numerical adjectives indicate? An exact number (two,one,three,ect.)
When does an adjective come? Before a noun
What is a subject complement? An adjective that follows a linking verb and describes or explains the subject
What is a subject complement also called? Predicate adjective
What is a postive degree describe? a quality or characteristic (large)
what is a comparative degree used for? to compare two or mor items or two sets of items (larger)
What is a superlative degree used for? to compare three or more items (largest)
What are count nouns name? They name things that can be counted (birds,trees,ect.)
What are noncount nouns name? They name things that cannot be counted They do not have plural forms ending in -s (water,food,patience)
Use what to make comparisons? Little, less, least and few, fewer, and fewest
Use what before singular or noncount nouns? little less and least
Use what before plural count nouns? Few Fewer feswst
What do demonstrative adjectives point out? They point out the things it refers to
What are the demonstrative adjectives? This, that, these, and those
What and what point out one person, place, or thing? This and That
What and what point out more than one person,place,or thing? These and those
What do this and these point out things that are where? Near
That and those point out things or people that are where? Far
Interrogative adjectives is used for what? Asking a question
What are the interrogative adjectives? Which,what,and whose
Which interrogative adjective asks about one or more of a specific set of persons or things? Which
The adjective what is used for asking about... People
Whose asks about... possession
Indefinite adjectives refer to all or any of a group of... persons,places,and things
Name some of indefinite adjectives all,any,both,and several
What is a adjective phrase? A prepositional phrase that describes a noun or a pronoun
Created by: bugabood



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