explain adjectives

See example:

The knight took one look at the ogre with the large club and turned his horse and ran away as fast as he could.
asked Sep 20 '13 at 08:33 hadi beigi New member

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Patty TSep 20 '13 at 16:13

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What is this? HOMEWORK?  /rage

By the way, how can you have a sentence using descriptive detail with a knight, a club, a horse, and an ogre, and not use ONE stinking adjective for the ogre?  I mean come on...


...the big, fat, ugly, stinking, obnoxious, garrulous, tights-wearing, Cardashianesque ogre...


Find your own answers:

How many looks did the knight take?  (adjective)

How big was the club?  (adjective)

Whose horse was it? (pronoun as adjective)

Ran where? (adverb)

How fast did he run? (a group of words functioning adverbially)

link comment edited Sep 20 '13 at 23:55 Aaron Prejean Expert

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