In this vocabulary worksheet, learners write an adjective starting with each letter of the alphabet. The example given for a is "angry."
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Built around a moving short film about second chances and tough choices, this lesson mixes grammar, prediction, and narrative writing. Pupils practice with adjectives and prefixes before moving on to the film. The resource directs you to...
9th - 12th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Language Focus and Vocabulary Starter Unit: Possessive 's, Pronouns and Adjectives
Commence class with quick exercises that focus on grammar and vocabulary. With the seven exercises on this page, English language learners will have the opportunity to practice with possessives, subject pronouns, possessive adjectives,...
6th - 12th English Language Arts
Language Focus and Vocabulary Starter Unit: Verb Tenses and Adjectives
Practice various verb tenses, parts of speech, and vocabulary all with one page. The worksheet is made up of six short exercises. Each one has its own focus. Pupils will have the opportunity to work on comparative and superlative...
6th - 12th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Worksheet 14: Nouns and Adjectives
Through this short activity, students practice identifying adjectives and nouns. While there are only 14 questions, this could be a quick review of this topic. This activity was designed for older ESL students , but could be used in...
4th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Possessive Pronouns and Adjectives 3
This online, interactive worksheet provides eight simple sentences that require either changing possessive adjectives to possessive pronouns, or vice versa. The site allows the quiz taker to check their answer, get a hint, or look at the...
5th - Higher Ed English Language Arts