Words used to describe nouns or pronouns are called adjectives.
Kinds of Adjectives
- Adjectives of quality express the kind or quality of a person or a thing.
- Adjectives of quantity tell how much of a thing is meant.
- Adjectives of a number tell us how many persons or things are meant or in what order a person or a thing stands.
- Demonstrative adjectives point out which person or thing is meant.
- Interrogative adjectives are used along with nouns to ask questions.
- Possessive adjectives show possession or belonging.
Q. Fill in the blanks with correct kinds of adjectives.
- ______________ students did not come today.
- ______________ oranges are fresh.
- ______________ movie do you want to see?
- Will you take ______________ tea?
- The colour of the dress is ______________.
Q. Underline the adjective and identify its kinds.
- There are six bananas in the basket.
- Some children are shy.
- Whose book is this.
- Bring me that chair.
- Ravi’s house in next to mine.
- There are six bananas in the basket. Adjective of Number
- Some children are shy. Adjective of quantity
- Whose book is this? Interrogative adjective
- Bring me that chair. Demonstrative adjective
- Ravi’s house in next to mine. Possessive adjectives