Adjectives- Modifying Nouns
 
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Please click on the adjective in the following sentence.
He did not catch it, but the fast white ball went over his blonde head and broke Mrs. Smith's stained-glass window. 
The Adjectives are highlighted in the following sentences.
Describing a noun.
Adjectives:
Adjectives give information that describes a noun, usually by limiting which one(s) of a larger group to which the sentence is referring. 
e.g. "Which ball?" - "The white ball."
An adjective describes a particular trait of the noun to more precisely define it.
A noun may be described by more than one adjective.
The words "the" and "a" can be considered a specific type of adjective.
Possessive words (words ending in 's) describe to whom the noun belongs.
Hint: Adjectives can be located by asking "Which (noun)?
e.g. "Which ball?" "Which head?"
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