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Using adjectives Grade 3 Grammar Worksheet Circle the adjectives. eager low play ocean quiet scrawny horse castle handsome odd rich long phone famous driver gentle jump clever shallow thankful Complete
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hello everyone this is Andrew at Crown Academy of English today we are doing an English grammar lesson about adjectives what are adjectives well adjectives describe nouns therefore adjectives give us more information about a noun for example in this photograph mark and Jane are carrying a chair so chair is the noun and if we want to give more information about the chair then we can say mark and Jane are carrying a heavy chair so heavy is the adjective it describes the chair okay so the adjective heavy is describing the noun chair gives us more information about it the form of the adjective is the same for singular nouns and plural nouns this is very important example Jane is holding a red apple so here the noun is singular okay and the adjective is red ar e D Jane is holding a red apple now let's look at the noun in the plural there are some red apples on the plate so we can see now of course the noun is in the plural but the adjective is the same it is the same form as here so it's the same adjective for when the noun is singular or plural so this sentence is wrong this is wrong this does not exist in English so this is important because many other languages foreign languages particularly European languages like French for example there is a singular form of an adjective and also a plural form of the adjective because the adjective agrees with the noun but this is not true in English okay so it's very important the same form in the singular and the plural now let's look at the position in the sentence of adjectives there are two main positions okay so the first important position is before a noun and we call this the attributed position for example there is a small dog in the garden so dog is the noun and the adjective small is before the noun I have some new shoes I have some new shoes so the adjective new is before the noun shoes and the second main position of adjectives is after linked verbs so after a link verb and we call this position that predicative position so what are linked verbs well here are the most common linked verbs appear be become feel get look seem smell taste and let's look at some examples the car is old the car is old so this is the link verb this is the verb be and this is the noun and this is the adjective and as you see the adjective is after the link verb okay and it is also obviously it is after the the noun as well but the important thing to remember is that the adjective is after the link verb Jane is feeling cold the adjective cold is after the link verb feel the flower smells nice the adjective nice is after the link verb smell and what is important here is that the adjective it functions as a subject complement so this means that the adjective is describing the subject of the sentence okay it's giving us more information about the subject okay so it's describing the subject so here this subject is flower and nice is giving us more information about the flower now most adjectives are...