Caustic (adj)

Here is a context clues worksheet on caustic used as an adjective. For that part of speech caustic means “capable of destroying or eating away by chemical action” and “corrosive.” Nota bene, please, that this word is also used as a noun, whose meaning is “a caustic agent,” and “a substance that burns or destroys organic tissue by chemical action. This worksheet is set up for building an understanding of caustic as an adjective.

However, because this document is formatted in Microsoft Word, if you want to revise this to teach the noun, the document is yours (as are almost everything you’ll find on Mark’s Text Terminal) to manipulate as your wish or as your student need.

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