What does an adjective modify?

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Adverbs
What they
modify
POS
Find the
Adverbs
What they
modify
POS
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Answer
T or F
Find the
adjectives
Find the
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adjectives
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What does an adjective modify?
?
Answer: noun or pronoun
What three questions do an adjective answer?
Answer: what kind, how
many, which one
?
What does a predicate adjective follow?
Answer: linking verb
?
What does an adverb modify?
?
Answer: adjective, verb,
adverb
What is a synonym for modify?
Answer: describe
?
Adjectives tell what
kind, how many, and
which one.
Answer: T
Articles a, an, and the
are adverbs.
Answer: False they are
adjectives
Predicate adjectives
follow action verbs.
Answer: False-Predicate
adjectives follow linking
verbs.
Adverbs tell what kind,
how many, and which
one.
Answer: F-Adverbs tell
how, when, where, and
how often.
Superlative adverbs
compare more than two
items.
Answer: T
On a hot August day in
1983, the space shuttle
Challenger blasted off.
Answer: hot, August,
space
Bluford was the mission
specialist on that
Challenger expedition.
Answer: mission, that,
Challenger
Dinosaurs were egg-laying
animals.
Answer: egg-laying
Some mammoths were
heavier than today’s
African elephants.
Answer: Some, heavier,
African
The train is more impressive
than my commuter train.
Answer: more
impressive, commuter
The eggs are tiny.
Answer: tiny
In the summer, the sun’s
rays grow intense.
Answer: intense
Honey from the hives is
delicious.
Answer: delicious
The worm mitt is ancient, and
it smells musty.
Answer: ancient, musty
She would be on the soccer
field soon.
Answer: soon-would beverb
Delia quickly put on her
uniform.
Answer: quickly-put-verb
I ran faster than my guard did.
Answer: faster-ran-verb
Leila then invited me to
jump on her trampoline.
Answer: then-invitedverb
“Will you stay close while I
jump,” she asked.
Answer: close-stay-verb
People can hear very loud
sounds.
Answer: very-loudadjective
We’ll set up our tent here.
Answer: here-set-verb
Jess is usually the leader in
these situations.
Answer: usually-leaderpredicate adjective
The human ear is rather
amazing.
Answer: rather-amazingpredicate adjective
It seemed they were asking
questions forever.
Answer: forever-askingverb
He quickly ate some
breakfast.
Answer: quickly-ate-verb
He very quickly gathered his
gear.
Answer: very-quicklyadverb
Quickly-gathered-verb
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