Types of adjective Worksheet-10

Types of adjective Worksheet-10

 

  1. Point out the possessive adjective in the given sentence: Your parents and mine will go to that fair tomorrow.

A. Mine              B. Your               C. That               D. Parents

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quality in the given sentence: The white ship is leaving now.

A. White             B. Ship               C. Now                D. The

 

  1. Point out the adjective of number in the given sentence: Few people can draw well.

A. People           B. Well               C. Few                D. Draw

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quantity in the given sentence: There is a lot of salt in the jar.

A. The                 B. Lot                  C. Lot of             D. A lot of

 

  1. Point out the adjectives of quality in the given sentence: The bright student helped the weak ones.

A. Bright, ones                              B. Bright, weak

C. Student, ones                            D. The, bright

 

  1. Point out the demonstrative adjective in the given sentence: Have you read these interesting books?

A. Interesting    B. These             C. Books             D. You

 

  1. Point out the possessive adjective in the given sentence: The interesting fact is that he is my friend.

A. Interesting    B. Fact                C. That               D. My

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quality in the given sentence: This is an interesting story.

A. This                                             B. Interesting

C. Is                                                 D. Story

 

  1. Point out the adjective of number in the given sentence: Several young men came to the lavish party.

A. Young            B. Lavish            C. Several          D. Party

 

  1. Point out the adjectives of quality in the given sentence: Several young men came to the lavish party.

A. Several, young                          B. Young, lavish

C. Several, lavish                          D. Young, party

 

  1. Point out the adjective of number in the given sentence: The loud ringing woke up all the sleeping children.

A. Loud              B. Sleeping        C. All                   D. Ringing

 

  1. Point out the possessive adjective in the given sentence: Sunil and his mother will come to this enjoyable party.

A. This                B. Party              C. Enjoyable      D. His

 

  1. Point out the demonstrative adjective in the given sentence: Sunil and his mother will come to this enjoyable party.

A. This                B. Party              C. Enjoyable      D. His

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quality in the given sentence: Sunil and his mother will come to this enjoyable party.

A. This                B. Party              C. Enjoyable      D. His

 

Answer Key:

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Your’ 'shows possession'; hence it is a possessive adjective. (comes before the noun – parents)

 

  1. A

Explanation: ‘White’ tells us 'what kind of' ship; hence it is an adjective of quality.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Few’ tells us how many people and hence it is an adjective of number.

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘A lot of’ tells us how much and hence the whole phrase is an adjective of quantity.

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Bright & weak’ tell us 'what kind of' students; hence they are adjective of quality.

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘These’ 'points out to' books; hence it is a demonstrative adjective.

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘My’ 'shows possession'; hence it is a possessive adjective.

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Interesting’ tells us 'what kind of' story; hence it is an adjective of quality.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Several’ tells us how many men (countable noun); hence it is an adjective of number.

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Young & lavish’ tell us 'what kind of' men/party; hence they are adjectives of quality.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘All’ tells us how many children (countable noun); hence it is an adjective of number.

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘His’ 'shows possession' and hence it is a possessive adjective.

 

  1. A

Explanation: ‘This’ 'points out to' party and hence it is a demonstrative adjective.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Enjoyable’ tells us 'what kind of' party and hence it is an adjective of quality.