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Adverbs & Adjectives

100

A person, place, thing, or idea 

What is a noun?

100

The proper noun in this sentence:

Albert Einstein split the atom.

Who is Albert Einstein?

100

The verb in this sentence: No one enjoys eating fried green tomatoes except for crazy people.

What is enjoys?

100

A phrase that interrupts the natural flow of a sentence to show emotion.

What is an interjection?

100

The adverb in this sentence: The young girl carefully tip-toed into the dark, quiet room.

What is carefully?

200

An action word

What is a verb?

200

All of the nouns in this sentence:

She helps Jamie with math homework on Tuesdays.

What is “she, Jamie, homework, Tuesdays”

200

The compound verb in this sentence: Mrs Barkley exclaimed, “Max and John, stop kicking and punching one another right this instant!”

What is “kicking and punching”

200

Words that join grammatical elements together (FANBOYS)

What is a conjunction?

200

The six adjectives in this sentence: The tasty green apple fell from the wooden kitchen table.

What are the, tasty, green, the, wooden, and kitchen?

300

A word that describes a noun

What is an adjective?

300

A type of noun; a simple word that can replace a common or proper noun in a sentence. Examples: she, her, I, mine, it

What is a “pronoun”?

300

The linking verb in this sentence: Margot is happy when her dogs walk with ease beside her.

What is "is"

300

When the action in a sentence is expressed with more than one word.

What is a verb phrase?

300

The six adjective in this sentence: Julio Jones is the best wide receiver in the National Football League because he runs crisp routes and creates separation in tight spaces.

What are “the, best, wide, the, crisp, and tight”

400

A word that describes a verb or an adjective.

What is an adverb?

400

The pronouns in this sentence:

Abigail and Emily are nervous about the play, but they know it will go great at opening night. 

What are “they and it”

400

The verb phrase in this sentence: According to Bob, there will be pizza at the party.

What is "will be"?

400

DAILY DOUBLE!!

A noun that is made up of multiple members in a group, and the group is expressed as a singular noun.

What is a collective noun?

400

The two adjectives in this sentence: Amanda’s car drove fast through the city.

What are “Amanda’s” and “the”

500

A word that explains the time, space, or location of a noun.

What is a preposition?

500

The possessive (pro)nouns in this sentence:

Even though he studied last night, Alex’s understanding of the material left his brain as soon as he sat down for the test.

What is "Alex's and his"

500

The linking verb in this sentence:

I am never eating at Jimmy John’s again.

What is “am”?

500

A noun that denotes ownership of an object.

What is a possessive noun?

500

The 5 adjectives and 3 adverbs in this sentence: The diligent teacher speaks very slowly as the students strenuously work on their math problems.

What are “the, diligent, very, slowly, the, strenuously, their, math”