Types of adjective Worksheet-6

Types of adjective Worksheet-6

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quality in the given sentence: There are many beautiful roses in this garden.

A. Many             B. This                C. Beautiful       D. Roses

 

  1. Point out the adjective of number in the given sentence: I plucked four lovely flowers from the garden.

A. Four               B. Lovely            C. Flowers         D. Garden

 

  1. Point out the demonstrative adjective in the given sentence: There are many lovely trees in this garden.

A. Many             B. Lovely            C. This                D. There

 

  1. Point out the Interrogative adjective in the given sentence: Which house belongs to the new boy?

A. Which            B. House            C. New                D. The

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quantity in the given sentence: There is some milk in the new steel jug.

A. New                B. Steel               C. Milk                D. Some

 

  1. Point out the possessive adjective in the given sentence: My friend and the fat dog are coming to this place.

A. Fat                  B. This                C. My                  D. Dog

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quantity in the given sentence: I haven’t got any ready cash on me.

A. Any                 B. Ready            C. Cash               D. On

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quality in the given sentence: I haven’t got any ready cash on me.

A. Any                 B. Ready            C. Cash               D. Me

 

  1. Point out the adjective of number in the given sentence: The many buildings of this square are quite famous.

A. This                B. The                 C. Famous         D. Many

 

  1. Point out the demonstrative adjective in the given sentence: This tall man is my wealthy uncle.

A. This                B. Tall                 C. My                  D. Wealthy

 

Answer Key:

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Beautiful’ tells us the 'what kind of' roses; hence it is an adjective of quality.

 

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Four’ tells us ‘how many’ flowers; hence it is an adjective of number.

 

  1. C

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

 

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Which’ 'asks a question'; hence it is an interrogative adjective.

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Some’ tells how much milk (uncountable noun); hence it is an adjective of quantity.

 

  1. C

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

 

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Any’ tells us how much cash; hence it is an adjective of quantity.

 

  1. B

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

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. A

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