Man: Let’s talk about animals and adjectives.
Woman: Sound good!
Man: First, what animal is tall?
Woman: Giraffes are tall.
Man: Yes, they are tall. What other animals are tall?
Woman: Horses are tall.
Man: And fast. Horses are fast!
Woman: Yes they are.
Man: So what animals are slow?
Woman: Turtles are slow.
Man: Yes, they are very slow.
Woman: A sloth is slow too.
Man: Yes, I think so.
Woman: What animals are big?
Man: Elephants are big.
Woman: Hippos are big too.
Man: Yes, and they are also heavy.
Woman: Yes, hippos are very heavy.
Man: Now, what animals are long?
Woman: Hmm, aligators are long.
Man: Yes, and so are snakes.
Woman: Ew! Snakes. Yes, they are long.
Man: So shat animals are quick?
Woman: Well, a cat is very quick.
Man: Yes, and a mouse is quick too.
Woman: Right, mice are quick.
Man: So, what animals are cute?
Woman: Well, many animals are cute.
Man: For example?
Woman: Well, dogs are cute.
Man: Yes, and rabbits are cute too.
Woman: And penguins are cute.
Man: Yes, they are. You know, I think all animals are wonderful!
Woman: I agree! All animals are wonderful!
Adjectives are words that describe things.
Point 1: Adjectives can go after a 'be' verbs.
My class is fun.
My teacher is nice.
Math is interesting.
Point 2: Adjectives can go before a noun.
I have a big house.
That is a nice bag.
He is a good teacher.
Point 3: You can put adjectives together.
He is smart and funny.
She is kind and friendly.
She is tall, strong, and fast.
The test was hard, long, and boring.