About this Worksheet:
Often a predicate adjective can be changed to an attributive adjective. An attributive adjective usually comes before the noun that it describes. Here is an example of the word “old” as an attributive adjective: our old dog barked a lot. Now, here is an example of the word used as a predicate adjective: our dog was old. Students will be asked to change the sentences in this worksheet to make the predicate adjectives become attributive adjectives. Ideal for 3rd – 5th grade, but can be used where appropriate.