The Adjective

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  • Q1

    Classify the adjectives (in italics) in the following sentences.

    1. If that boy disturbs you again, you should complaint to the principal.

    2. I did not find any person willing to help me.

    3. He was kind enough to share his lunch with me.

    4. All human beings are equal.

    5. I got very little sleep last night.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. Demonstrative Adjective

    2. Indefinite Adjective

    3. Possessive Adjective

    4. Adjective of Quantity

    5. Adjective of Quantity

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  • Q2

    Classify the adjectives (in italics) in the following sentences.

    1. Confirmation letters will be given to those who successfully complete their training.

    2. Can you see that building?

    3. I can't find my spectacles.

    4. I have very few friends in the neighbourhood.

    5. John scored ninety marks in the test.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. Demonstrative Adjective

    2. Demonstrative Adjective

    3. Possessive Adjective

    4. Adjective of Quantity

    5. Adjective of Number

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  • Q3

    Fill each blank with the kind of adjective suggested.

    1. James is a _____ man. (descriptive)

    2. This is _____ wallet. (possessive)

    3. Donald Tump is the _____ President of the United States of America. (definite numeral)

    4. _____ volunteer was very polite. (distributive)

    5. _____ way should we turn at the traffic island? (interrogative)

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. James is a humble man.

    2. This is your wallet.

    3. Donald Tump is the forty fifth President of the United States of America.

    4. Each volunteer was very polite.

    5. Which way should we turn at the traffic island?

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  • Q4

    Fill up each blank with the kind of adjective suggested.

    1. _____ food do you prefer? (interrogative)

    2. _____ paintings are very expensive. (demonstrative)

    3. _____ man is given his due. (distributive)

    4. I have _____ friends willing to help me.(indefinite numeral)

    5. David was the _____ to submit the report. (definite numeral)

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. What food do you prefer?

    2. These paintings are very expensive.

    3. Each man is given his due.

    4. I have many friends willing to help me.

    5. David was the first to submit the report.

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  • Q5

    Find the adjectives in the given sentences and mention to which category they belong.

    1. I heard every word you said.

    2. Which shirt should I wear?

    3. Each end of a magnet is called 'pole'.

    4. We shook our heads in disbelief.

    5. This pen is mine.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. every - distributive

    2. which - interrogative

    3. each - distributive

    4. our - possessive

    5. this - demonstrative, mine - possessive

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