Types of adjectives Worksheet-4

Adjective Types Worksheet-4

 

See the underlined adjective and state its kind:

  1. There is enough salt in the salad.

(A) Adjective of quantity                (B) Adjective of quality

(C) Adjective of number                 (D) Demonstrative adjective

 

  1. An honest person is always respected by all.

(A) Possessive adjective                 (B) Demonstrative adjective

(C) Adjective of quantity                (D) Adjective of quality

 

  1. Such words are difficult to bear.

(A) Adjective of quantity                (B) Demonstrative adjective

(C) Adjective of quality                   (D) Adjective of number

 

  1. The heavy bag cannot be lifted by him.

(A) Adjective of quantity                (B) Possessive adjective

(C) Adjective of quality                   (D) Adjective of number

 

  1. There are thirty girls in Class 5.

(A) Adjective of quality                   (B) Demonstrative adjective

(C) Adjective of number                 (D) Possessive adjective

 

  1. Such a long river!

(A) Possessive adjective                  (B) Adjective of quality

(C) Adjective of number                 (D) Adjective of quantity

 

  1. The new movie is running successfully.

(A) Adjective of quality                   (B) Possessive adjective

(C) Demonstrative adjective          (D) Adjective of quantity

  1. I want to buy this ring.

(A) Adjective of quantity                (B) Demonstrative adjective

(C) Adjective of quality                   (D) Possessive adjective

 

  1. She forgot her basket under the table.

(A) Adjective of quality                   (B) Possessive adjective

(C) Demonstrative adjective          (D) Adjective of quantity

 

  1. Hitesh and that boy are friends.

(A) Demonstrative adjective          (B) Adjective of quality

(C) Adjective of number                 (D) Adjective of quantity

 

Answer Key:

  1. (A)

Exp:  ‘Enough’ shows how much; hence it is an adjective of quantity.

  1. (D)

Exp:  ‘Hones’ shows quality; hence it is an adjective of quality.

  1. (B)

Exp:  ‘Such’ points to words; hence it is a demonstrative adjective.

  1. (C)

Exp:  ‘Heavy’ shows quality; hence it is an adjective of quality.

  1. (C)

Exp:  ‘Thirty’ shows how many; hence it is an adjective of number.

  1. (B)

Exp:  ‘Long’ shows quality; hence it is an adjective of quality.

  1. (A)

Exp:  ‘New’ shows quality; hence it is an adjective of quality.

  1. (B)

Exp:  ‘This’ points to ring; hence it is a demonstrative adjective.

  1. (B)

Exp:  ‘Her’ shows possession; hence it is a possessive adjective.

  1. (A)

Exp:  ‘That’ points to boy; hence it is a demonstrative adjective.