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7th & 8th Practice Excersises Adjectives

Posted by Jessica Rios on 5 Ee febrero Ee 2018 a las 6:50

Adjectives:


I. Directions: Circle the adjective or adjectives in the sentences given below. Then, draw a line under the noun it describes.


1. That food tasted bitter.

2. I was ashamed that I didn’t pass my test.

3. The story was very brief.

4. I felt very comfortable in my new home.

5. The man was very creepy on Halloween.

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II. Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Circle the comparative or superlative form of the adjective that best completes each sentence.

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1. I have a (bigger / biggest) car than you.

2. That was the (stranger / strangest) thing that I have ever seen!

3. If you look (closest / closer) you can see the ocean from here.

4. That was the (bumpiest / bumpier) car drive ever.

5. You show the (gentler / gentlest) touch when handling the baby.

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III. Predicate Adjectives

Read the sentences below. Underline the adjectives in each sentence. Do they come before or after the noun?

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1. Mr. Johnson’s dog is scary.

2. I saw a brown, spotted cow at the county fair.

3. Anne has a cat with a long tail.

4. My dog is old.

5. The yellow parrot can speak fourteen words.

6. My brown hamster at school is playful.

7. I love wiggly animals the best.

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IV. Write the correct predicate adjective for the following Countries:

a. Africa:

b. Colombia:

c. Sweden:

d. Spain

e. Europe

f. Turkey

g. Puerto Rico

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