Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 12 Adjectives

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 12 Adjectives Genre/Topic:

Do we use nouns or adjectives to compare two things? Do we always add ‘-er’ after adjectives?

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1st Grade Grammar Vocabulary Homophones Synonyms Antonyms 1

1st Grade Grammar Vocabulary Homophones Synonyms Antonyms 1 Genre/Topic: ,

Homophones are words that sound the same but are spelled differently and have different meanings. A synonym is a word having the same meaning as another word. An antonym is a word which is opposite in meaning to another word.

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 43 Comparatives and superlatives

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 43 Comparatives and superlatives Genre/Topic: ,

How can an adjective be changed to its comparative and superlative forms? How can an adverb be changed to its comparative and superlative forms? When do we use the comparative form of adjectives and adverbs? When do we use the superlative form of adjectives and adverbs?

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Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 14 Pronouns

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 14 Pronouns Genre/Topic: ,

What are pronouns? What is the difference between adjectives and pronouns?

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Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 10 Adjectives – Comparison

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 10 Adjectives - Comparison Genre/Topic:

When do we use comparative adjectives? When do we use superlative adjectives? Can we change all adjectives to their comparative and superlative form by adding ‘-er’ and ‘-est’? Do we always add ‘the’ in front of the superlatives when we write a sentence?

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2nd Grade Grammar Adjectives

2nd Grade Grammar Adjectives Genre/Topic: ,

Adjectives tell us more about nouns (things, places, people and animals). We use adjectives to compare two or more things, places, people and animals. To compare two or more things, places, people and animals, we use the comparative form of the adjective + than.

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 19 Adjectives: position

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 19 Adjectives: position Genre/Topic:

Can all adjectives be used in front of the nouns they describe? Can all adjectives be used as complements? How do we place the adjectives if we are using more than one of them before a noun?

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Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 4 Adjectives

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 4 Adjectives Genre/Topic:

What are adjectives? When we say ‘blue sky’, is blue an adjective? When we say ‘twenty men’, is twenty an adjective?

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Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 10 Kinds of adjectives

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 10 Kinds of adjectives Genre/Topic:

What are adjectives? How many kinds of adjectives are there? Are possessive adjectives also pronouns? What is the difference between an adjective and a pronoun?

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3rd Grade Grammar Comparison of Adjectives

3rd Grade Grammar Comparison of Adjectives Genre/Topic: ,

Words like oldest, youngest, older, taller, shorter and shortest show comparisons. Oldest, youngest and shortest are examples of the superlative form. Taller and shorter are examples of the comparative form. We use comparative adjectives when we compare two people, places, animals or objects.

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