Teachers( students): Mr. Smith, Ms.
Taylor, Ms. Lafayette, Mr.Mckinney,
Ms. Philips, Mr. Cary, Ms. Green, Mr.
Is a word that modifies, or describes, a noun or
pronoun. An adjective provides information
about the size, shape, color, texture, feeling,
sound, smell, number, or condition of a
Is a word that modifies, or describes, a verb,
adjective, or another adverb. When modifying
an adjectives or another adverb, and adverb
usually comes before a word.
The painting is realistic and timeless.
In the sentence above, the adjectives realistic and
timeless follow the linking verb is and modify
the subject, painting. They are called predicate
Some violins are played extremely rarely.
The sentence above is explaining how extremely rarely
violins are played.
Some adverbs tell to what extent a quality exists. These
adverbs are sometimes called intensifiers. Very, quite,
and almost are intensifiers. An adverb may tell when,
where, or how about a verb. The adverbs in the
sentences below all modify the verb play.
12.1 Adjectives- Tayvion Smith
12.2 Articles and Proper Adjectives- Breanna Taylor
12.3 Comparative and Superlative Adjectives- Taylor
12.4 Demonstratives- Zaria Philips
12.5 Adverbs- Brandon Grayer
12.6 Comparative and Superlative Adverbs- Raheem Cary
12.7 Using Adverbs and Adjectives- Malik Mckinney
12.8 Avoiding Double Negative- Monica Green
Do now: Turn to page 121 and work question
1-5 from The Grammar Language Workbook.
We will discuss it in class.
This is the end of our presentation