Grammar Artifact

Kyra Troendle


An adjective is a word that modifies or describes a noun or a pronoun. They make the nouns and pronouns they describe more vivid.

Adjectives answer the questions what kind? which one? how many? and how much?

What kind? Lovely sunrise Which one? That dog How many? two books            How much? Enough food


Nine players take the field. nine answers the question how many player?

The rules are complex. complex answers what kind of rules?


An article is a word that is used with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made by the noun. Words such as the, an, this, and a are articles. A and an can make statements more general. Where as this that or the is talking a bout a more specific thing.


That bear is brown. That is the article talking about the specific dog.

A bear is brown. A is the article talking about bears in general.


Adverbs modify or describes a verb, an adverb, or an adjective. MOST adverbs end in -ly exceptions to that are soon more so...

Adverbs answer the questions of when? to what extent? and in what way?

When? soon in what way? cautiously considered To what extent? Very excited


During the civil war. During answers When?

Comparative and Superlative form

The comparative form is used to compare two things. The superlative is used to compare three or more things.


Positive                                        Comparative                                  Superlative  

              high                                                higher                                         highest                 

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