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Common or Proper Noun, Preposition or Adjective


Identify the word(s) in red.
 

1. You might cross the river on the big red bridge.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

2. You might cross the bay on the Golden Gate Bridge.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

3. You might cross the river by ferryboat.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

4. Joanna will be using her sailboat to cross the Chesapeake Bay.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

5. A flight to Australia will take about 15 hours.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

6. The huge jet will travel over 300 miles per hour.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

7. These mountains are in the northern Kentucky.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

8. You might want to hike the Blue Ridge Mountain Trail.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

9. We are located between the post office and the bank.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

10. The police arrived after the accident.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

11. The car hit us from behind.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

12. I ate a beautiful ripe strawberry.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

13. We picked apples last fall.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

14. My family has a lot of courage.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

15. The White House is located in Washington D.C.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

16. He is a great runner, not a cyclist.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

17. Follow the road over the bridge to the next intersection.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

18. We have brown birdhouses hanging from our trees.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

19. Many squirrels visit our birdfeeders each winter.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

20. Wisconsin is the Badger State.

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Preposition

Adjective

 

 

 

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