Grade 2 Language - Adjectives 2
The yellow daffodils look lovely. The word 'yellow' is an adjective as it describes the daffodils.

Grade 2 Language - Adjectives 2

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When writing, we add description by including adjectives. Adjectives are words that describe a noun. We need to make sure we include an appropriate adjective, like ‘green grass’. It wouldn’t make sense if we wrote ‘friendly grass’. The words ‘green’ and ‘friendly’ are both adjectives but only one is correct.

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1.
'A _ doll.' Which adjective should fit in the gap?
tidy
beautiful
sharp
leather
We would say the doll is beautiful. The most popular doll in the world is the Barbie doll.
2.
'A _ knife.' Which adjective should fit in the gap?
loud
tidy
white
sharp
It is a sharp knife. Don't forget, you can use more than one adjective to describe the noun.
3.
'A _ dog.' Which adjective should fit in the gap?
savage
fluffy
pink
happy
The word savage means fierce, angry or uncontrollable.
4.
'A _ pear.' Which adjective should fit in the gap?
red
shallow
juicy
dark
There are over 3,000 types of pears grown around the world.
5.
'A _ day.' Which adjective should fit in the gap?
noisy
smoky
sunny
easy
A day can be described in many ways, long, dark, sad, fun. Can you think of some more?
6.
'A _ tree.' Which adjective should fit in the gap?
baggy
foggy
sunny
tall
We need trees to help us breathe.
7.
'A _ class.' Which adjective should fit in the gap?
noisy
yellow
greedy
rusty
Adjectives can describe how a group or person are and how they look.
8.
'A _ lane.' Which adjective should fit in the gap?
baggy
round
muddy
spiky
When you write, try to include adjectives - the more the better!
9.
'An _ person.' Which word would you not use to describe this person?
angry
jolly
annoyed
unhappy
We could say she is an angry, unhappy and annoyed person.
10.
'A _ person.' Which word would you not use to describe this person?
happy
delightful
orange
smiling
We could say she is a happy, delightful and smiling person.
Author:  Finola Waller

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