English grammar

Module 5, Modifiers: Adjectives and Adverbs, Review:

Identifying Adjectives

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Identifying Adjectives

Directions:
Click first on an adjective then the noun it modifies. Repeat for each adjective in the sentence. Don't include the articles.
1.
That aromatic coffee tastes bitter.
2.
This hot, sticky morning will soon turn into a cooler, breezy afternoon and then a dark, turbulent thunderstorm.
3.
If you scratch those itchy bug bites, they may turn into smelly, infected sores.
4.
I don't think your athletic, outdoorsy older brother wants a flowery pink backpack.
5.
Numerous yellow wildflowers bloomed in the open meadow behind our new house.

Types of Adjectives

Directions:
Using the toolbar, identify the bold-faced adjectives by type.
6.
This yellow silk shirt would look good with my brown linen Bermuda shorts.
7.
Tony's skateboard wheels fell off when he crashed.
8.
Our grandparents' neighbors took an Alaskan ocean cruise.
9.
Some ceramic pottery is Mexican.
10.
Whose Victorian costume is missing from the costume closet?

Compound Adjectives

Directions:
Choose the correct spelling of the missing adjective.
11.
leftover/left-over wood scraps
12.
full length/full-length mirror
13.
3 bedroom/3-bedroom house
14.
This breath freshener is long lasting/long-lasting.
15.
two year old/two-year-old toddler

Order of Adjectives

Directions:
Decide whether the bold-faced adjectives are coordinate or cumulative. Commas have intentionally been left out.
16.
That tasty crunchy cheese toast makes a great snack.
coordinate / cumulative
17.
That gray wool sweater of yours is keeping me very warm.
coordinate / cumulative
18.
My giant gentle dog appears ferocious.
coordinate / cumulative
19.
A friendly informative guide showed us around the museum.
coordinate / cumulative
20.
That big African elephant used to be in the circus.
coordinate / cumulative
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