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Nouns as Adjectives (Grade 6)

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Nouns as Adjectives

1. 
Is the word in capital letters a noun or an adjective?
Many people are scared of bats, but bats do a great deal of GOOD.
  1. noun
  2. adjective
2. 
Is the word in capital letters a noun or an adjective?
For example, bats eat INSECT pests.
  1. noun
  2. adjective
3. 
Is the word in capital letters a noun or an adjective?
In one hour a bat can eat between 600-1,000 INSECTS.
  1. noun
  2. adjective
4. 
Is the word in capital letters a noun or an adjective?
Therefore, bats are GOOD for humans because they eliminate harmful insects.
  1. noun
  2. adjective
5. 
Is the word in capital letters a noun or an adjective?
They are also important to some PLANTS.
  1. noun
  2. adjective
6. 
Is the word in capital letters a noun or an adjective?
Many PLANT species depend on bats for pollination.
  1. noun
  2. adjective
7. 
Is the word in capital letters a noun or an adjective?
Some bats spend the WINTER months in caves.
  1. noun
  2. adjective
8. 
Is the word in capital letters a noun or an adjective?
These bats sleep, or hibernate, during the WINTER.
  1. noun
  2. adjective
9. 
Is the word in capital letters a noun or an adjective?
Bats use SOUND to guide their movement.
  1. noun
  2. adjective
10. 
Is the word in capital letters a noun or an adjective?
The bats' SOUND emissions return to them as echoes which enable the bats to detect objects ahead.
  1. noun
  2. adjective

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