An adjective is a word that describes a noun.
Usually an adjective comes immediately before the noun it describes.

Example 1: A small troll stood by the bridge.
The word small is an adjective. It describes the noun, troll.

Sometimes an adjective comes after the noun.
Example 2: The elf in the workshop was funny.
The adjective funny describes the noun, elf.

An adjectives can tell what kind or how many

                  Big                                                       One
                  Small                                                   Five
                  Purple                                                 Few
                  Nice                                                     Some
                  Helpful                                                Many

A conjunction helps us join two short sentences together to make a longer one.
·       Examples :
i) The cat is brown
ii) The cat is fat
So, The cat is brown and the cat is fat.

v      Here is a list of the conjunction:
and, while, since, but, so that,
because, though, if, or

Read the following letter to make you become more understand about conjunction. Focus on the underlined words.

Dear Mr Agard and Ms Nichols,
I like the book you wrote called Caribbean dozen.  I say one of the poems while I am skipping.  I’ve been saying that poem since I was four but now I say the version in your book.  I look at the book everyday so that I can learn the last verse.  Mrs Bradley reads us poems when we have finished our work.  Martin likes the one about the chocolate bars because it is only five words long. 

Verbs tell us what's happening...

No matter where or when, verbs are action words. They tell what we are doing, what's happening, or how we are.

Whether you are reading, writing or rhyming,
Jumping, swimming or crawling,
playing, sleeping, or singing,
There is a verb that tells what you are doing.

Tell us your favorite Verbs

What do you like to do? Anything you do is a verb.