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Participles adjectives ed or ing

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Adjectives — opposites — wordsearch

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Adjectives — crosswords

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ADJETIVES (Big,Small, Long, Short)

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-ED -ING adjectives

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REading comprehension about physical appearance

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Compound adjectives

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-ING and -ED Adjectives

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Begginer WorkSheet

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Year 1 English Unit 2 Let’s Play (Adjectives)

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Descriptions: Adjective Order

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Adjetives with ed or ing

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Extreme Adjectives with Very & Absolutely

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Physical Appearance

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New and old big an small

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Extreme adjectives

Grade/level: Intermediate

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Simple adjectives

Grade/level: Primary school

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Awesome Animals ! Comparative Adjectives

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-ed and -ing adjectives

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Choose the right adjective

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Grammar Practice Upper-Intermediate Adjectives

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Physical appearance & Character

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Adjective Order

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Adjectives ed or ing

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Personality adjectives.

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Adjectives to describe people

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Qualities of Friendship

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Describing appearance and personality

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Adjectives for describing an appearance

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Describing appearance

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-ed -ing adjectives

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Personality adjectives — hw

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Parts of speech — types of adjectives

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Describing people

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Go Far Richmond U5 Superheroes — Vocabulary

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Interesting Places — Adjectives

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Adjectives with -ed and -ing

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Adjectives with positive and negative meaning

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Personality crossword

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Comparative-Superlative Adjectives

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Adjective Worksheets for Elementary and Middle School

Adjective worksheets for kids and tweens can be used to teach or practice adjective lessons. Challenge elementary students to find adjectives in simple sentences, then move on for middle schoolers to identifying adjectives in paragraphs.

Elementary Adjective Worksheets

Adjective worksheets for upper elementary grades will help the students identify adjectives and the nouns they modify. These worksheets are for students who already know the basics about adjectives and their functions, but could serve as a review for more advanced students.

List of Adjectives Worksheet

Even lower elementary students can explore the world of adjectives with this simple printable list. Students will need to choose one adjective that starts with each letter of the alphabet.


Alphabet adjectives

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Underline the Adjectives Worksheet

This worksheet asks students to identify adjectives and nouns they modify in 15 sentences. See if you can find the adjectives in each sentence. What noun does each describe?

  1. Sometimes, we imagine little monsters that are vicious and mean.
  2. Goblins might be mischievous or want to play.
  3. In fairy tales, there are hungry giants that eat people.
  4. An ugly, wrinkled witch is considered a monster by some.
  5. Werewolves are changeable and dangerous.
  6. Soccer is fast and exciting.
  7. Football has defensive teams and offensive teams.
  8. Sometimes the weather is cold and snowy when people snowboard.
  9. Skiing is exhilarating and dangerous.
  10. You need a strong, muscular body to be good at sports.
  11. A favorite sport of Americans is baseball, which has a grassy outfield.
  12. Athletes need nutritious foods and healthy snacks.
  13. Sports are beneficial and fun.
  14. You need great reflexes and an agile body to study martial arts.
  15. People who play tennis wear white clothes to reflect the hot sun.


Underline adjectives worksheet

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Adjective Sentences Worksheet

Students will practice writing sentences using five adjectives on this worksheet. Students will also need to choose an adjective from each of five types of adjectives to use in a sentence.

Can you think of a sentence using each of these adjectives?

  1. Gigantic
  2. Nervous
  3. Sparkling
  4. Thundering
  5. Freezing

Adjective sentences

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Adjective Categories Worksheet

Grouping adjectives into categories can help students better understand how common adjectives work. On this worksheet, students have to separate adjectives into four different categories.

Can you think of four adjectives for each of the following nouns?

  1. Weather
  2. Plants
  3. Animals
  4. People
  5. Oceans

Adjective categories worksheet

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Middle School Adjective Worksheet

Middle school adjective worksheets help students practice identifying different kinds of adjectives.


Adjective Identification Paragraph Worksheet

Adjective paragraph worksheets challenge students to find dozens of adjectives and identify the noun each one modifies. On this worksheet, students will read two paragraphs and find more than 25 adjectives.

Can you find all eight adjectives in this paragraph?

If you spot a hideous monster, you should run away fast. Don’t stare into their beady eyes. Don’t stare at their sharp teeth. Just run. Keep your wide eyes looking forward so you don’t trip and fall. Keep running until you see your beautiful house. Run inside the safe, warm house and shut the heavy door.

Adjective identification paragraphs

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Awesome Adjective Activities

Adjective (exercises and test)

Exercise 1.

Complete the sentences with adjectives.

1. One winter we went to the forest. It was quiet in (…) the forest. Everything is covered with (…) snow. In (…) the air was (…) (…) fluffs. The branches were decorated with (…) frost. In this (…) (…) outfit, each branch seemed (…).

2. Great view (…) of the forest. Everything is covered (…) with snow. (…) the air is thin and burning. Snow covered (…) trees and bushes. (…) (…) rays glide over them and sprinkle them with (…) glitter. But now the frost begins to give in, and the brightness (…) of the sky fades. (…) a cloud covered the horizon.

Exercise 2.

Determine the category of the adjective.

Hare; blue lampshade; wooden cornice; stone object; great character; yesterday’s newspaper; Bear Den; wolfish appetite; sad look; dangerous match; goose feeder; Golden ring; beautiful evening; inclement weather; clear sky; favorite hero; talented artist; ringing voice; winter morning; fresh snow.

Exercise 3.

Write out the phrases «Noun + adjective» from the text. Determine the class of adjectives. perform a morphological analysis of three adjectives.

Master the Russian language

You speak natively,
you speak smartly.

The Russian language doesn’t matter
you know, my baby!

Therefore listen to the poet,
be diligent in the future,

To master the powerful Russian speech

This speech is full of greatness,
proud simplicity,

It contains richness of beautiful words,
the power of beauty.

Say, you hold the path to foreign countries by sea,

Before the satellites you want
with knowledge to show out —

In conversations or disputes
with a friend Il Enemy

You will take advantage of
Russian language!

Therefore, you, frisky schoolboy,
be diligent in the future!

You are obliged to speak Russian

( I. Grishashvili )

Exercise 4.

Read the text and do the tasks.

The greatest wealth of the people 3 is their language! <...> The apt and figurative Russian language is especially rich in proverbs. There are thousands, tens of thousands! As if on wings, they fly from century to century, from one generation to another, and 3 that boundless distance where this winged wisdom directs its flight is not visible…

The epochs that gave rise to proverbs are different. The variety of human relations 3 imprinted in chased folk sayings and aphorisms is boundless. From the abyss of time, human joy and suffering, laughter and tears, love and anger, faith and unbelief, truth and falsehood, honesty and deceit, hard work and laziness, the beauty of truths and the ugliness of prejudices have come to us in these clots of reason. <...> The publication of Russian proverbs collected over several decades of the last century by the dialectologist and writer V. I. Dahl will serve the great and noble cause of studying the inexhaustible riches of our country0097 3 culture, our great and mighty language. (According to M. A. Sholokhov)

  1. Find in the text adjectives related to different categories.

  2. From the first paragraph, write out the phrases “adj. + n.”, indicate the gender, number and case of the adjective.

  3. Find cases of using the adjective as a definition and as a predicate (determine the type of predicate).

  4. Make a morphological analysis of the indicated words.

1. The general grammatical meaning of the adjective is:

A) action

B) attribute of the object

C) attribute of the attribute

D) attribute of the action

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2. Morphological features of the adjective are:

A) gender, number

B) gender, number, case

C) gender, number, person

D) person, number

3. The syntactic features of the adjective are :

A) definition, predicate

B) definition, circumstance

C) definition, addition

D) addition, circumstance

4. In which series are all words adjectives?

A) mighty, first, strong, fox

B) merciless, invented, colorful, white

C) impatient, must, khaki, well-fed

D) dressed, unhappy, angry, expressed

9 0003 5. Qualitative adjectives are adjectives denoting …

A) the material from which the object is made

B) a sign according to its belonging

C) signs indicating various qualities of the object

6. Indicate relative adjectives.

A) young (man), handsome (drawing), white (snow)

B) wooden (house), fox (tail), mother’s (scarf)

C) spring (morning), iron (nail), sportswear (clothes)

7. Indicate possessive adjectives.

A) spring (song), winter (morning), kind (boy)

B) prickly (hedgehog), fresh (air), beige (color)

C) donkey (ears), wolf (footprint), fathers (scarf)

8. In which row are all adjectives of quality?

A) seaside village, green ball, sports ground

B) emerald green, correct answer, difficult question

C) swimming pool, clean hands, clear voice

9. In which series are all adjectives relative?

A) summer night, birch sap, pewter ring

B) morning mail, silver voice, dad’s scarf

C) raspberry jam, raspberry beret, stone face

10. In which row are all possessive adjectives

A) wolf howl, rabbit coat, fox speech

B) deer antlers, fishing catch, grandmother’s pie

C) washing machine, meat broth, fox hole

11. Find adjectives , indicate their gender, choose the line in which the correct answer is given:
I am here again, in my own family! My land is thoughtful and tender!”

A) native (f.s.), thoughtful (m.s.), gentle (m.s.) )

12. Find the adjectives, indicate their gender, choose the line in which the correct answer is given:
Early in the morning I came to the majestic river. Freshness was drawn from the spring water.

A) early (m.s.), majestic (female), spring (female)

B) early (m. s.), majestic (female), spring (female), freshness (female)

C) early (s.r.), majestic oh (zh.r.), spring (zh.r.)

13. Find the adjective in the simple comparative degree .

A) the fastest

B) the most beautiful

C) brighter

D) lighter

0004 .

A) less difficult

B) more difficult

C) most difficult

D) most difficult

th degree .

A) more beautiful

B) calmer

C) louder

D) less severe


A) deeper

B) the deepest

C) the deepest

D) the deepest

A. sharper, less steep, more higher

B. longer, most beautiful, sweetest 0043 18. Indicate the variant with an error in the formation of the form of the degree of comparison of adjectives.

A) funniest, least, taller

B) younger, whiter, hardest

C) hottest, smartest, quietest

D) most wonderful, worst, loudest

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Exercises and tasks on the topic: adjective

1. Write off. Determine the class of adjectives.

Swan pillow, swan fluff, silver spoon, white mushroom, white handkerchief, old gramophone, old woman’s cough, Pushkin’s lyrics, pork fat, veal chop, veal skin, lamb roast, mutton sheepskin coat, mutton horn, buttered pancake, oily rags, bear footprint, bear service, bear chestnut coat, bay horse, fawn color, red color, beige kimono, air mattress, brown sofa.


Write off by inserting the missing letters. Underline the adjectives, determine their category.

The whiteness of the snow made the new paws turn green even more furiously. The steam of the uncold lowlands rose to the level of tree tops and scattered on birch branches. Countless drops of tiny beads sparkled on the sun. The frost began to slowly shave everything that had at least a small fraction of moisture. The forest river, which only yesterday was running towards the blizzard, began (s, h) to crush with silver teeth. Transparent ice confidently poured into the middle of the jet, squeezing the water current carrying a crushing shell. And everything around be (s, h) shone noisily, sparkled, sparkled. But, barely having time to warm up, our great light began to blush and fall on the distant forest tops. Lilac glowing wings, passing into the depths of the dark expanse, descended lower and lower. In the constellation of Gemini, the awakened Mars, the god of the Roman pagans, the patron of wars and conflagrations, flashed with a reddish eye. But this brilliance immediately and (s, h) chaz, lost in the twinkling of countless stars. And now close and distant star clusters have already hung over the world. Only a month, glowing with bright yellow, but still not (with, h) a cheap light, seemed to be very close to the frosty forest land. (According to V. Belov)

3. a) Indicate suffixes and endings in words. Use adjectives in the form R. p. and many others. hours as part of phrases.

Hot, veal, girlish, colonel, fresh, bureaucratic, spring, bird, robber, blue, fish, badger, loud.

b) Form possessive adjectives. Highlight their suffixes and endings. Write out the words from which possessive adjectives cannot be formed.

4. Form adjectives from these nouns using the suffixes

-chat-, -at-. Highlight suffixes.

Freckle, shimmer, log, crumble, eyelash, cage, comb, paw, step, tile, explosion, bubble, knee, mesh, board, tooth, beam, oilcloth, pattern, bump.

5. Insert, where appropriate, the suffixes

-k- or -sk — and the missing letters. Explain the spelling of adjectives.

Kuban, rebel, flat, burlats, dense, june, barefoot, san france, kalmy, candida, husband, fish, close person, belarusian jersey, walnut, old palace, dekabrist wives, nationalist newspapers a, caucasian pilaf, conspiratorial appearance, propaganda speeches, vile trick, slippery path, shaking ride, viscous clay, tourist route, narrow path, sailor’s cap, Hindu customs, rare-toed shoes, speaks French, lyceum traditions, typesetter, Kyrgyz, lawyer , detective, Finnish, Nepalese, cadet, avant-garde, laborer, warrior, German, Turkish, Tungus, Russian, colonel, bureaucrat, journalist, Caspian, janitor, well done, archer, palace, savage, reformist, peasant _y, tajik_y, kulats_y.

6. From these words form adjectives with suffixes

-k- or -sk-. Make phrases.

Brother, Siberia, dare, Gomel, Slovak, Cossack, plane, Kazan, secretary, Circassian, hero, Dobrush, angel, healer, tramp, January, Yelets, miner, Prague, Czech, huntsman, post office, December, Yelsk, lieutenant, Ural, weaver, archer, amateur, knight , Zhitkovichi, French, adjutant, Tajik, draft board, fleet, slide, Volga region, Polissya, Los Angeles, man, Voznesensk, tourist, artist, Zalesye.

7. Form the phrases “adjective + noun” from these nouns. Highlight the adjective suffixes. Sample: sailor cap — sailor cap.

Workers of Petrograd; uprising of archers; committee of the poor; aunt from Ryazan; king of Prussia; fortress in Brest; enterprises of Gomel; a ship from Kronstadt; MP’s decision schools in Khoiniki and Miloslavichi; sailor cap; nuts from Greece; goods from Turkey; the position in which fools fall; barge work; club of bibliophiles; solitude in a monastery; holidays in January; coachman’s song; frosts in December; fox collar; water from the key; suede gloves; route around the ring; a flag made of kumach; brocade dress; the tusk of a walrus; pear and plum jam; thickets of reeds; plum compote; wax seal; aluminum wire; purchases for pennies; cuckoo cry; step of the old woman; shoulder straps of a lieutenant; the appeal of the pacifists; exclamation of an amateur; duties of an adjutant; courier from the post office; the publication; Circassian hat; Eskimo boat; the arrival of the abbot; pale face; Council under the President.

8. Form adjectives based on the combinations «preposition + noun». Sample: without joy — joyless.

Without initiative, without taste, without mercy, without impulse, without tongue, without count, without wind, without seam, without bone, without consciousness, without alcohol, without compromise, without power, not without interest, without appeal, without meaning, without passion, before exams, before July, before an anniversary, between institutes.

9. Insert the missing letters, highlight the suffixes of adjectives.

Greek, half, industry; Milo, aluminum, cloak_voy, enamel, tulle, ensemble, envious, jurous, beige, beige, monastery, sweet, sweet, dust_voy, boy, viti_vy_voy, enterprising, conversation, sub -_vil_vil_vil, thoughtful_vil; speech_howl, suede, appetizing, neat, wet, lilac; long, narrow, scarred, dapper, cautious, intricate, plump, gutta-perch, yeast, howl, ring, cheerful.

10. Insert the missing letters, highlight the suffixes of adjectives.

Young, log, furrowed, scaly, changeable, quartz, warty, accommodating, long, Greek, mild, stepped, fiery, folded, co_vy, guessed, bluish, match, foolish, tentacled, suede, fastidious, ugly, stupid, thin, trout, calico, false, pleasing, bluish, youngish, shortish, heavy, dapper, dapper, reddish, reddish, scarred, thoughtful, deceitful, shy, starry, lamellar, cotton, serviceable, importunate, merciful, knapsack, round-shouldered, publisher, carpenter, trellis, tiled, Transcaucasian, driver, sapling, obsessive, shy, grumpy, reddish oh, plush.

11. Write off. Insert the missing letters where necessary. Explain spelling.

Vya_kiy silt, weaving machine, Kalinkovy_kiy meat-packing plant, Siberian frosts, caucasian_hospitality, jousting tournament, shy guy, talented artist, buckwheat porridge, key question, dry summer, flannel_ shirt, confused answer, no voice, Uzbek cotton, cold _ky type, Astrakhan_ watermelons, beastly appetite, burla_ky ships, Gogol_vskie heroes.

12. Write off, insert the missing letters. Having opened the brackets, form the appropriate adjectives, highlight the suffixes.

1 A threefold increase in the epidemic threshold has been registered in (Gomel, Rechitsa, Mozyr, Yelsk, Rogachev, Khoiniki, Lelchitsy, Parichi) districts. But the highest level of morbidity was noted in the (Zhitkovichi) region. (Z, s) a flu epidemic has already been declared here. 2 To my great regret, the feat of the peasants who lived in the current (Brest and Grodno) regions, who accepted into their families in July — September 1941 the wounded, who had escaped from captivity, who had fallen behind the units of the Red Army and commanders, turned out to be completely forgotten. These people were in mortal danger, because, in accordance with the orders of the (German), the commands were to be shot. (Gas.)

13. Write off by inserting the missing letters

n or nn . Indicate the generating stem and the suffix with which the adjective is formed.

Silver, clay, bee, discussion, drum, wood, guest, karma, glass, card, straw, leather, medicine, sand, weight, tribal, ice, linen, time, tin, cranberry, misty, windy, brown, snake, courage, crimson, chicken, countless, paying, swans, section, owl, letter, old, stray, lemon, mosquito, lecture, solemn, mystical, barkha, kame _th, sheep, canvas, active, oily, phase, vital, human, constitutional, eagle, warrior, matter, oil, sable, quail, empty, pension, leafy, pasta, aviation, windless, sick, disaster, razor, birch bark, pigeon, sparrow, instant, single, opposition, commission, flame, horse, telephony, traditional, furry, household, tiger, furry, million, towering, true, migratory, throat, pumpkin_th, editorial_th, cobweb, grass_oh, letter_th, remote_th, sensational_th, form_th, hawk_th, mouse_th.

14. Form adjectives from the following words and write them down as part of phrases. Highlight the suffixes and explain their spelling.

Art, occupation, editorial, set, letter, evolution, foliage, constitution, life, straw, oath, morning, cranberry, revision, excursion, illustration, courage, Fatherland, agitation, celebration, dinner, division, number, greeting, art, wind.

15. Write off by inserting the missing letters

n or nn .

Pyrite ore, herring barrel, check step, spicy aroma, guest yard, ruddy boy, wooden stick, bull horse, barkha_ sands, silver spoon, container blow, cereal products, loud sound, glass goblet, internal fat, true patriot, windless day, old service, swan cry, only child, crane wedge, act of great deed, newsletter, million city, leafy forest, solemn march, artificial flower, cranberry juice, straw hat, dinner table, foggy day, wood depot woolen suit, earthenware jug, blue curtains, linen shirt, rat poison, revolutionary coup, feature film, tin spoon, nightingale’s singing, numerous reasons, worthless gift, remarkable abilities, television broadcast, divine pillow, foreign citizen, windy day, so_ th child, second wave, long belt, peptic ulcer, windy day.

16. Write off by inserting the missing letters

n or nn .

Feuillet genre, canvas shirt, reaction tin, cologne concentrate, chicken broth, million tractor, butter porridge, wardrobe, ants acid, windy weather, leather cloak, mouse tail, art style, oil stain, battle co missar, whose look, ham sausage, earthy complexion, propaganda poster, tin spoon, wind engine, stationmaster, silver bracelet, fiery speech, swans wedge, crane cry, straw hat, peat briquette, foggy morning, young age, canvases curtains, pork chops, remarkable abilities, innermost desire, false information, old service, earthenware jug, green apple, herring barrel, empty street, peremptory judgment, sandstones, rehearsal_testing, impeccable performance, six-sided object, mica coating, salt solution, one time of coexistence, semi-woolen blanket, lecture audience, oatmeal porridge, piano sketch.

17. Insert missing letters. Indicate the generating stem of adjectives.

Template phrase, poplar fluff, versatile mind, neurotic, good inheritance, moshe_ik, duality of feelings, everyday life, majestic_th monument, impudent_th gesture, octagonal_ik, restless economy, ambiguity of phrase, internal energy, having a clock, with spring sale, diseased, rooster, commission, icy, pewter, windy youth, vile humanism, natural sciences, spicy fragrance, drumming, organ concert, herbal mixture, wooden toy, informational program, earth_nut, white flour, pasta factory, radiation threat, calm weather, vocational schools, eagle’s eye, million visitor, stone descent, wind engine, battalion commander, reproachful glance, official account, fire spark, mysterious island, birch bark panel, animated film, oil paints, glass button , customs duty, a vile fact, remarkable abilities, leather_trousers, a hero, a courageous deed, a watch, a long table, quail hunting, silver spoons, a crane’s cooing, a swan’s song, a sheep’s coat, this barn, a ring finger, bone figurines, wool, life experience, time of residence, leather shop, water pump, wood warehouse, breeding cattle, earth_th floor, fiery speech, blood pressure, linen_th suit, humane attitude, karma_ money, clay jug, hand-woven clothes, artificial diamond.

18. Form adjectives with suffixes

-iv-, -ev-, -chiv-, -liv- . Explain the spelling of suffixes.

Root, fussy, nickel, calculation, gap, fabric, astrakhan fur, coquetry, tulle, resentment, pity, proud, ermine, zero, nit-picking, respond, participation, drift, share, find (way out of any situation), rod, shadow, aluminum, get along, roofing felt, soy, cough, buckwheat, forget, gutta-percha, gel, conscience.

19. Insert missing letters; explain the spelling of the suffixes. Make morphemic and word-formation analyzes of the underlined words.

1 Her clear, always trusting eyes gave off anxiety. 2 Gracious sovereigns and merciful sovereigns! Today, so to speak, the day … (Ch.) 3 A flannel robe and slippers will finish my suit. 4 But Yasha turned out to be an extremely sticky fellow. (D. Gr.) 5 Cheerful, timid and shy breeze. (Ec.) 6 Potassium fertilizers have been added to the soil. 7 Piano music lovers gathered in the guest room. 8 In our village, this strange, harmless old man was considered by everyone to be a holy fool. 9And at first I forgot about my everlasting independence.

20. Rewrite the words. Break out the accents. Form phrases.

Prettier, stout, expert, girlish, hemp, looped, belt(o, s), sisters, carpentry, customs, comradely, sorrel, forceps(o, e), miserable, phenomenal, marker(n, sk) line, star-shaped, windowed, purple, gentle, barefoot, beetroot, x felted, kitchen, plum, boiled, pear (e, o) vyy, mozhzhev (e, e) lovy, notched, spongy, cherry.

21. Determine the morphemic composition of adjectives.

Superfast, transoceanic, silent, sad, family, rabbit, caustic, nosy, mermaid, goose, sister, fascinating, hay-harvesting, Russian-Belarusian, watery, scarlet, wide, hanging, lifeless, restless, four-tiered, high school, distressing, exhaust , emergency, mutton, orange, army, windless, Belarusian, silent, homestead, ridiculous, poor, forest park, foreign, extra-urgent, yesterday, walrus, lifetime, mental, trendy, log, forehead, truthful, Machine (doll), freckled, the day after tomorrow, undivided, five-liter, joyless, linguistic, deserted, suburban, friendly.

22. Add the endings of adjectives and verbs.

1 The children were looking at funny chimpanzees. 2 They hung an elegant planter. 3 Unknown_ Tokyo. 4 Capable apprentice. 5 Three black roses. 6 Delicious salami. 7 The young engineer Pavlova answered the question. 8 The young lawyer Krasnov spoke well. 9 I read two new magazines. 10 Dima is a big rogue. 11 A little ant crawls. 12 Three tea roses bloomed. 13 The experiment was conducted by an experienced biologist Lebedeva.

23. Write off by inserting the missing letters. Determine the forms of degrees of comparison of adjectives. Highlight the inflectional suffix. Set the initial form.

Good art should be even better; social shifts are most strongly associated with changes in state policy; made a strict selection; speak from the heart in the simplest words; the theater should be simpler, more expansive, more understandable; his intellectual outlook is wider; a stronger, more truthful and sustainable image; gross mistakes; find the most accurate, vivid, weighty words; give literary material a more or less perfect artistic form; take two ropes, thinner and thicker; try to skip this simplest numeral; in such conditions we become more humane; condition — you can’t imagine worse; the professional must be familiar with the latest terms; the smallest lie_ is a reason for distrust; that lamb was the fool of all; prose of the most famous writer; the deepest wisdom we find in folklore; the most ancient objects of everyday life; the saddest mood; scourge in the most rude way; everyone in love considers himself the happiest of mortals; the girl broke into the most cheerful laugh; he is the d_bree in the world of all; war is the greatest stupidity of the world. (Gas.)

24. Form a short form of adjectives; distribute them in a table explaining the reasons why the formation of short forms is difficult or impossible; write short adjectives in a separate column.

Accidental, acquisitive, naive, principled, fraternal, lilac, worthy, proud, past, unusual, piebald, lilac, capable, healing, Hellenic, poetic, brown, boundless, beige, rotten, reasonable, thin, old, smart, most beautiful, pumpkin, active, stupid, bay, poetic, feisty, bachelor, old, rude, cool, mischievous, heavy, buckskin, strong, fawn, delusional, funny, draft, sinful, broad, red, sharp, savrasy, mortal, strict, rotten, even, mocking, amiable, torrential, chubary, military, sisterly, icy, poorer shiy, difficult, experienced, tasty, bookish, marked, business, chalky.

25. Form short forms of adjectives. Make suggestions.

Sly, burnt, orange, sharp, dignified, burgundy, gray, difficult, lilac, evil, belated, delusional, torrential, draft, brown, backward, comical, human, black, blue, red, free, sour, rotten, meticulous.

26. Open the brackets by converting the nouns in them into adjectives. Match them with the key word. Insert, where necessary, the missing letters, add the endings. Write down the adjectives used in simple and complex degrees of comparison.

1 My friend, whose childhood was spent near Orenburg, said that (hare) drank stoves with droppings. (V. Peskov) 2 Before the (G, g) Ryunval_ battle (1410), in (B, b) Yelovskaya (P, p) more, a lot of (boar) and (deer) meat was prepared for the army. (V. Peskov) 3 The army of (I, and) van (G, g) different, moving to (K, k) azan, elks roamed. (V. Peskov) 4 I remember: at any time in the field it was possible to frighten off a trotter, and by nightfall, whole (hare) hordes gathered in the gardens to feast on bark (apple trees) and play in the moonlight. (V. Peskov) 5 The hall was crowded with people, but it was quiet in it, like on a windless (September) night in a field. (Ver.) 6 These statements are not a (policy) step, but a consequence of an opportunistic assessment of the situation. (Gas.)

27. Open the brackets by converting the nouns in them into adjectives. Match them with the key word. Insert, where necessary, the missing letters, add the endings. Write down the adjectives used in simple and complex degrees of comparison.

1 Girls strive to look like beauties from (gloss) magazines and get all the guys in the world. Both Ukraine and Russia emerged from this crisis with some («image») losses. 2 Previously, in the building of the Polotsk (cadet) corps there was a (Jesuit) academy. 3 Clearly realizing that they have no electoral support, the oppositionists threaten to repeat the gloomy (Kyiv), (Bishkek) and (Tbilisi) scenarios_. 4 The preliminary cause of typhoid fever is the use of polluted (well) drinking water. 5 As the summit of the heads of state that took place showed, European integration is going through (bad — in the meaning of ‘bad’) times. 6 The EU is going through the most serious crisis in its half-century history, and its leadership does not find anything better than to postpone the solution of acute issues with the European Constitution, further expansion, etc. the first case is no easier. 8 So by the end of the summer, when the dealers sell out the stocks of car-buffered Zhiguls, there won’t be any new Lada cars cheaper than $5,000. (Gas.)

28. Fill in the missing letters.

Bucket excavator, Caucasian incident, viscous silt, industry, talented scientist, calculating bride, trusting pensioner, ermine collar, tulle curtains, sorrel borscht, locust invasion, nomadic camp, chintz fabric, steady wind, reckless deed, watchtower, memorable person, bean beds, tempting offer, lily of the valley smell, obsessive fears, greek casserole, pitiful glance, stern step, leaden clouds, diligent student, annoying questions, siren sunset, gluttonous puppy, throwy outfit, sailor’s cabin .

29. Insert the missing letters, open the brackets.

Move along the embankment, live in calm_, insults (h, sh) ik, about writing_, n_ in no case_, about special_ spray_, binding_ik, rattle_nka, in this model_, in New Year’s address_, about pandemonium_ on the roads, on behalf of_ best girlfriends_, in preparing a decree_, about subsidies_, for building_ a house, fabric with polka dots, about entering the premises, about the Slavic tribes_, about the former diversity of flora and fauna, in the decorative panel_, in the trade_ department, at the peasant farmstead_, to report arrival_, in this_ case_, the frost_ was getting stronger, the ice_, in the Holy Scripture_, mutually beneficial cooperation_ to a theatrical battle, on a hill, on a batar, to be in a new home, a seedy building, a blockage, in shallow water, a fountain, on an embankment, to keep dry, a palace lattice, in a gorge, about an artel, a raisin, a trident, about an unknown villain, in the distant past, when checking detection of violations, on a stretched face, about the profit of the store, in the death of people, after a quarrel that arose, with an increase in prices.

30. Insert the missing letters, open the brackets. Explain the spelling.

Fuel cells, on the brink of failure, focusing on details, multi-stage process, oriental wild_nka, tint_shampoo, Gomel_ traffic police, three non-state_taxi, ribbon pattern, debt contribution, about the census of wild animals, without cards, without much thought_ (thinking), non-obtrusive _to remind, rebirth to life, to be in Kazan, to walk along the alley_, to write about lily_, in antiquity, about tragedy_, in case_, about misfortune_, overnight_, trumpet, strange, gutta-percha, along the Svisloch_, after illness_, the right path, core_howl, innovation, Kyrgyz_ky , to the bathhouse standing by the river, tables outlined with a gel pen, in the place of the old box_, in vitality_, in a new hypostasis_, at high speed_, in a different guise_, impudent, dress, barefoot, coat, ture_chin, unstoppable, oh broom_, thoughtful answer, cotton dress, unobtrusive, smiling_ by sight, pensive; ashes_; three huge_queues, in the anti-icing mixture_, about increasing_ the cost_, about the degree_of_significance_, a broken tree, to the festival_, from a durable fabric_, to the tunic_, about a good_thing_, backstage_, in_communication to the charms of civilization_, sets of shash_k, when laying_ tables, from stainless steel_, in sounding music_, in sparing_m mode_, at the target_, at the meeting_, to the mother-in-law_, about jealousy_, in the largest store, on the front edge_.

31. Insert the missing letters, open the brackets. Explain the spelling of the endings of nouns and adjectives.

In agitation_, in despair_, in calm_, in expectation_, oh dry weather_, oh wrist_, in radiance_, in exile_, at the crossroads_, zenith_ik, building, spacing_ik, on dry_ tile_, slippery, gold miner, order_itsa, Croatian resort, film rental_ik, oh inspiration_ , about a housewarming_, about a fable_, in the worst case_, on a hospital treatment_, pop_chik, in this duel_, work as a nanny, men_sh_nstvo, about dangers_, in a name_, caring hosts, about a spreading influence_, about a new idea_, on a square_, participating in a festival_, cotton_woo dress, larch_k, knot_k, load_ik, in the tram_, to the alley_, from the one that created the position, in the purest_ crystal_, one of the main shrines_, accompanied by_, legendary_ power, about the spherical that_, in the ceremony_, in the beginning of the study_, without wings, stable, make sure of reliability_ , bus_nk, in the past year, sat in line, Permyak (Permyak), scrap of paper, key problem, Labor Party, warehouse, cash, overcoming poverty, hung up, thoughtful, scratchy, about native land, next week, we pass, shrew, raisins, healthy, evil non-payer, oh magic, in confusion, in_driving, parquet, asphalt_ik, flirtatious, tempting, loose, fake, to report about life, on the alley of the park, men_sh_nstvo, in the upper Dnieper, in an unexpected guise, contributor, on the medal_, oh mo angry_, oh tul_, four exhibition_ days, out-of-town students.

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