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Grammar: Adjective Order Discuss this eTheme.

These sites explain the rules for the ordering of multiple adjectives with a single noun. Includes handouts, practice exercises, and online quizzes. There is a link to eThemes Resources on Adjectives and Parts of Speech.

Grades

  • 6,
  • 7,
  • 8

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Review the rules for the ordering of adjectives with a single noun, use the "Roman room" memorization technique to help you keep the rules straight, then practice applying the rules.
Look at the nine different adjective groups and the order in which they are used together in sentences. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Learn the different types of adjectives and the correct order in which they should be used in a sentence. Includes links to practice exercises.
Review the rules for appropriate adjective order when several adjectives are used to modify the same noun. Includes an audio file explaining the rules. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Explore this online resource for interactional material related writing-related projects.
Learn the proper placement of adjectives in sentences with or without "to be" verbs. Explore the correct adjective order in relation to number, evaluation, physical description, and classification.
This site include information about the rules for using multiple adjectives with a single noun. Includes links to a number of activities for exploring use of adjectives. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Review the appropriate rule order for adjective use, then practice using the interactive practice sentences. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Practice ordering adjectives properly using these adjectival magnets.
Reorder words to make phrases, putting adjectives in their appropriate order.
Look at the phrases given and determine whether or not the give adjectives are in the natural order.
These sites have definitions and examples of adjectives. Includes many activity ideas, handouts, practice exercises, online quizzes, and more. There is a link to an eThemes Resource on character traits.
These websites give an overview of the eight parts of speech. There is a short film, a slideshow, worksheets, and interactive activities. There are links to eTheme resources on each of the eight parts of speech and diagramming sentences.

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