Types of adjectives Worksheet-5

Adjective Types Worksheet-5

 

See the underlined adjective and state its kind:

  1. There are some chairs in the room.

(A) Adjective of quality                   (B) Adjective of number

(C) Adjective of quantity                (D) Possessive adjective

 

  1. There is no fresh air in the room.

(A) Possessive adjective                  (B) Demonstrative adjective

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

 

  1. I saw a huge animal today.

(A) Possessive adjective                 (B) Adjective of number

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

 

  1. You can meet only your cousins.

(A) Demonstrative adjective          (B) Possessive adjective

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

 

  1. Mrs. Patel bought some gold today.

(A) Adjective of quantity                (B) Possessive adjective

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

 

  1. Our project was most appreciated.

(A) Adjective of quantity                (B) Possessive adjective

(C) Adjective of quality                   (D) Demonstrative adjective

 

  1. Akbar was a just king.

(A) Possessive adjective                  (B) Adjective of quality

(C) Demonstrative adjective           (D) Adjective of number

 

  1. Today Shital got a dozen oranges for us.

(A) Adjective of quality                   (B) Possessive adjective

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

 

  1. The red purse is hers.

(A) Possessive adjective                  (B) Adjective of quality

(C) Demonstrative adjective          (D) Adjective of number

 

  1. The packet costs fifty rupees.

(A) Adjective of quantity                (B) Possessive adjective

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

 

Answer Key:

  1. (B)

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

  1. (D)

Exp:  ‘No’ shows how much air; hence it is an adjective of quantity.

  1. (D)

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

  1. (B)

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

  1. (A)

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

  1. (B)

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

  1. (B)

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

  1. (D)

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

  1. (B)

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

  1. (C)

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