Adjectives describe people, places, or things.
- Adjectives can tell color, size, shape, taste, odor, texture, and sounds.
A Demonstrative Adjective comes before the noun in a sentence. The words this, that, these, and those are demonstrative adjectives.
-This and That are used with singular nouns.
-These and Those are used with plural nouns.
-This and These refer to things that are nearby.
-That and Those refer to things that are far away.
Type of adjective used when comparing two or more things.
Add -er to most short adjectives with one syllable.
-Example (Slow) Comparative form: slower
Add the word more before the adjective with two or more syllables.
-Example (Graceful) Comparative form: more graceful
Use more to compare two people, places, or things.
Use most to compare more than two people, places, or things.
Gerund & Participial Phrase
Prepositions show when, where and how. A preposition is a word or phrase that describes a relationship between its object and another word or groups of words in a sentence.
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