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Example: This is a blue box.
Method: Find the noun, then select the word that is describing the noun.
Answer: The noun in the above sentence is 'box' and the word describing it is 'blue'. Therefore, the answer is 'blue'.
Grades:
2
3
4
5
6
7-12
Instructions:   1. Read the given sentence.   2. Click the correct form of the adjective that best fits the sentence.
Example: She is _______ than him.    Choices: short, shorter, shortest
Method: Read the sentence and figure out if the sentence is comparing one or more things and use positive, comparative or superlative form of the word.
Answer: The above sentence is comparing her with him, hence the comparative adjective 'shorter' must be used.
Grades:
4
5
6
7-12
Example: This is a blue box.
Method: Find the noun, then select the word that is describing the noun.
Answer: The noun in the above sentence is 'box' and the word describing it is 'blue'. Therefore, the answer is 'blue'.
Grades:
1
2
Instructions:   1. Read the given sentence.   2. Check the underlined word to see if it is describing a noun or a pronoun.   3. If so, click TRUE; otherwise click FALSE.
Example: The lovely girl sang sweetly.
Method: Check if the underlined word is describing the noun. If so, click TRUE; otherwise click FALSE.
Answer: In the above sentence, the word 'sweetly' is describing the verb 'sang'. Therefore, the answer is 'FALSE'.
Grades:
3
4
5
6
7-12
Instructions:   1. Read the given sentence.   2. Check the underlined word to see if it is describing a noun or a pronoun.   3. If so, click TRUE; otherwise click FALSE.
Example: The lovely girl sang sweetly.
Method: Check if the underlined word is describing the noun. If so, click TRUE; otherwise click FALSE.
Answer: In the above sentence, the word 'sweetly' is describing the verb 'sang'. Therefore, the answer is 'FALSE'.
Grades:
3
4
5
6
7-12
Example: This is a blue box.
Method: Find the noun, then select the word that is describing the noun.
Answer: The noun in the above sentence is 'box' and the word describing it is 'blue'. Therefore, the answer is 'blue'.
Grades:
2
3
4
5
6
7-12
Instructions:   1. Read the given sentence.   2. Click the correct form of the adjective that best fits the sentence.
Example: She is _______ than him.    Choices: short, shorter, shortest
Method: Read the sentence and figure out if the sentence is comparing one or more things and use positive, comparative or superlative form of the word.
Answer: The above sentence is comparing her with him, hence the comparative adjective 'shorter' must be used.
Grades:
4
5
6
7-12
Example: This is a blue box.
Method: Find the noun, then select the word that is describing the noun.
Answer: The noun in the above sentence is 'box' and the word describing it is 'blue'. Therefore, the answer is 'blue'.
Grades:
2
3
4
5
6
7-12
Instructions:   1. Read the given sentence.   2. Check the underlined word to see if it is describing a noun or a pronoun.   3. If so, click TRUE; otherwise click FALSE.
Example: The lovely girl sang sweetly.
Method: Check if the underlined word is describing the noun. If so, click TRUE; otherwise click FALSE.
Answer: In the above sentence, the word 'sweetly' is describing the verb 'sang'. Therefore, the answer is 'FALSE'.
Grades:
3
4
5
6
7-12
Instructions:   1. Read the given sentence.   2. Check the underlined word to see if it is describing a noun or a pronoun.   3. If so, click TRUE; otherwise click FALSE.
Example: The lovely girl sang sweetly.
Method: Check if the underlined word is describing the noun. If so, click TRUE; otherwise click FALSE.
Answer: In the above sentence, the word 'sweetly' is describing the verb 'sang'. Therefore, the answer is 'FALSE'.
Grades:
3
4
5
6
7-12