Ordering Adjectives in Sentences ELACCL41d Order adjectives within

Ordering Adjectives in Sentences ELACCL41d Order adjectives within

Ordering Adjectives in Sentences ELACCL41d Order adjectives within sentences according to conventional patterns (e.g., a small red bag rather than a red small bag). EQ: What is the correct sequence for ordering adjectives? In the English language, we often use more than one adjective at a time to

describe a noun. These adjectives must be placed in the proper order. Adjectives must always be in order by: quantity (number), opinion, size, age, shape, color, origin, material, and purpose We can remember the correct order by using a mnemonic

Q. Op. SASh COMP

Q - quantity Op - opinion S - size A - age Sh - shape C - color O - origin M - material P - purpose

Example The woman is wearing a ______, ______, ______ dress. (yellow, long, pretty) Yellow is a color Long is a size Pretty is an opinion Using Q Op SASh COMP we can determine that the correct order is pretty, long, yellow

Lets Practice #1 I love eating _______, ________, _______ strawberries. (juicy, red, big) Answer: I love eating juicy, big, red strawberries.

#2 She packed her bags in a ________, ________, ________ box. (brown, old, flimsy) Answer: She packed her bags in a flimsy, old, brown box. #3 Their dog is a _______, _______, ________

Sheppard. (brown, German, happy) Answer: Their dog is a happy, brown, German Sheppard. #4 The _______, ________, ________ girl did well on the test. (intelligent, young, British) Answer: The intelligent, young, British

girl did well on the test. #5 I am wearing a _______, ________, _______ tie to work. (blue, cotton, old) Answer: I am wearing an old, blue, cotton tie to work. #6

Toby packed his toys in a _________, ________, _______ box. (cardboard, brown, flimsy) Answer: Toby packed his toys in a flimsy, brown, cardboard box. #7 I want to buy a ________, _________, _________ car. (blue, sporty, new)

Answer: I want to buy a new, blue, sporty car. #8 Ashlyn ate ________, _________, ________ cookies. (two, chocolate chip, huge) Answer: Ashlyn ate two, huge, chocolate chip cookies.

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