Hot as it has been, let’s take a couple of minutes to sit back, cool off, and have a little fun. And what could be more fun than grammar! It’s time for the Word Scramble Challenge!
Here’s how to play this version:
The scrambled word is at the top of each question.
The clue comes next.
Then there’s the space for you to fill in the word you’ve unscrambled.
Ready, Set, Go!
Scrambled Word: rdvbae
Clue: An adverb describes or modifies a verb, an adjective, or
The word is: adverb.
Scrambled Word: berv
Clue: A verb is an action word (run, throw, swim, shout, tackle), or expresses state of being (is, are, was, were, seems).
The word is verb .
Scrambled Word: jateviced
Clue: An adjective describes or modifies a noun or a pronoun. Three articles, a,
an, and the are also adjectives.
The word is adjective.
Scrambled Word: uonn
Clue: A noun names something: a person, place, thing, or idea.
The word is noun
Scrambled Word: otipsprenoi
Clue: A preposition is a word or group of words that shows the relationship between its object and another word in the sentence.
The word is: preposition.
Scrambled Word: ticnonjunoc
Clue: A conjunction connects individual words or groups of words.
The word is conjunction.
Hope you’ve enjoyed this bit of fun! Let us know how you did.
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