There are nine tasks in this lesson. Follow the directions for each below in order:
Scroll through the form to the end, and don't forget to press SUBMIT!
3) WATCH and LEARN
4) READ and LEARN
5) WATCH and LEARN AGAIN
Take notes and ask questions in Google Keep.
WATCH: If you know what an adjective is, you should be able to explain why "these," "my," "who," and "that" are considered adjectives AND pronouns. You will always be able to identify an adjective if you memorize the song's chorus:
Which one? How much? What kind? How many?
6) FLASH CARD REVIEW
7) GET MORE IN YOUR HEAD
8) QUIZ YOURSELF
9) FINAL CHECK-UP
An adjective describes a noun. It answers the questions
An adjective clause, which answers the same questions, starts with a pronoun and follows the noun it describes.
Only for grammar nerds: Can you spot the adjective clause in the red sentence you just read?
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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