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Answers for the Grammar Land WorksheetsPlease contact Lee at Easy Peasy if you think an answer is incorrect. Be sure to explain your reasoning.Chapter 1: Mr. NounAny 20 nounsChapter 2: Little ArticleAny six nouns with an article before each one (a, an, the)Chapter 3: Mr. PronounPoem 1:Lines 3 & 4Change “The man” tohePoem 2:Line 1Change “Bo-peep” toherLine 2Change “sheep” tothemLine 3Change “sheep” tothemand theyLine 4Change “sheep’s” and “sheep”to theirand themPoem 3:Line 2Change “Matilda” toherLine 3Change “the spectacles” totheyLine 4Change “Matilda” tosheChapter 4: SergeantParsing’s Visit17 Nouns: sailors - ship of war* - monkey - board - monkey - men - cannon - day - dinner -match - men - touchhole - mouth - cannon - ball - ball - monkey8 Pronouns: they - he - he - it - he - he - it - it13 Articles: aathetheaathethethethethethe - the* While the individual words “ship” and “war” arenouns, the term “ship of war” is a name of a type of ship andistherefore considered one noun. This term is usually hyphenated (ship-of-war).
Chapter 5: Mr. AdjectiveThere are36adjectives; 40, if you count the four adjectives already crossed out as examples(long, long, grey, and old):widowedonebeautifulbrightgoodterribletimiddearstrongcruelroughsimplemaidensimplequietonegreatnoblegallantyoungwickedstrongweakpoorfairyounggirlishbatterednobledeargirlishbraverightfulfoolishdaringtimidChapter 6: Mr. Adjective Tried for StealingTruthful or truthlesschildishfaithful or faithlessbabyishhopeful or hopelessfoolishcareful or carelessvirtuoussleepysenseful or senselessNorthernEasternladylikedirtymanlywoodenlovelyfierygoldenpoisonousdangeroussilky or silkenSouthernWesternChapter 7: The Quarrel between Mr. Adjective & Mr.Pronoun & Little Interjection23 Nouns:boy, mother, school, boys, pond, boys, ice, thin, Harry, home, oranges, boy, scolding,fright, oranges, Harry, rogue, mouth, hair, mother, fright, box11 Articles:the, the, the, the, the, the, a, a, a, a, the21 Adjectives:naughty, Harry’s, other, big, thin, poor, dear,black, cold, darling, any, full,naughty, great, naughty, careless, tiresome, little, poor, lovely, ChristmasSide notes:1. The wordotheris both an indefinite pronoun and an adjective.When the wordotherstands alone in thesentence, taking the place of a noun for something, it's an indefinite pronoun. When the word alone is placed justbefore a noun to describe the noun, it’s an adjective. Our selection reads “the other boys” –the wordboysis thenoun, andotheris the adjective that describes the boys.

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