An adjective is a proper adjective if the first letter is always a capital.
This occurs when the adjective refers to a specific person, place, country or group.
Australian, American, Asian, African, Mexican, English, Russian, Shakespearean, and
Dickensian are all examples of proper adjectives.
1.Draw a line to link each of the places below to its corresponding proper adjective.
Australia Nigeria Venezuela
People's Republic of China Chilean
2.Write the name of the continent where each place can be found.
Use an atlas if you have one.