Review from 4th Grade
Why did the creators of this video decide to use paint as a motif for what adjectives can do?
WATCH: If you know what an adjective is, you should be able to explain why "these," "my," "who," and "that" are indeed adjectives. You will always be able to identify an adjective if you memorize the song's chorus:
Which one? How much? What kind? How many?
"The Adjective Clause Song"
An adjective clause, which works as an adjective, starts with a pronoun and follows the word it describes.
Which, That, or Who?
Relative Pronouns Worksheet
Appositives are NOT Relatives!
When to Use Commas
Essential & Non-Essential Clauses
Do HW 86-96
Painting with Adjectives Shifted out of Order
ProProfs Online Quiz
Adjective or Adverb?
The word "daily" ends in "-ly." Would Jon Stewart tell you "daily"is an adjective or an adverb?
Remember: Adjective clauses always follow a noun
1. Relative Pronoun as Clause's Subject + Noun + Verb:
The girl whom I love ran through the field.
2. Elliptical form:
The girl I love ran through the field.
(whom) I love
3. Relative Adjective or Rel. Pronoun + Clause Subj. + Verb =
I didn't say the name of the field where she ran.
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