This is the week for five-week reports, so I reviewed each student's grades with them yesterday. While one of the classes needed some time to make up missed work (for a drastically reduced grade), the others moved on to add another brush stroke. No matter which class YOU were in, you will need to know this brush stroke AND the others (see previous blogs) when we read our next book, Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck.
Brush Stroke 4: ADJECTIVES OUT OF ORDER
Normally when we speak, we use the adjective in front of the noun to describe the noun:
But now we are going to switch it up to give a little skill to our sentence. Plus we are going to use either two or three adjectives. (Remember that adjectives describe nouns and pronouns.)
The happy puppy, cute and furry, hid under the trailer for shelter from the sun.
Now THAT is a good sentence!
Have a good day. Hug your Mom and your friends