These printable worksheets are great for students studying Italian I for learning basic adjective agreement for adjectives that originally end in "o" and "e" and also for adjectives that originally end in "-go" and "-co" like lungo or simpatico.
Students can observe examples of how these adjectives are used in sentences, and then they can complete charts to help them learn the rules.
The content is organized step by step:
The first worksheet begins with examples in the singular forms with practice exercises. It them moves into plural items with practice exercises.
The next worksheet contains examples and exercises for "go" and "co" adjectives, emphasizing practice of the plural forms. This worksheet also includes a "mixed" exercise with singular and plural forms for the "basic adjectives" as well as those ending in "go" and "co."
The third worksheet includes 22 sentences with adjectives given in the original form. Students must complete the sentences with the correct form of the adjectives. This worksheet includes a mix of all that was presented in the previous pages.
Answer key included.
If you would only like to include adjectives originally ending in "o" and "e" in your lesson, then you might want to consider purchasing "Italian: Basic Adjective Agreement" instead of these worksheets.