Types of adjective Worksheet-8

Types of adjective Worksheet-8

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quality in the given sentence: The two topmost drawers of this bureau contain some important papers.

A. Some             B. Important     C. Topmost        D. Two

 

  1. Point out the adjective of number in the given sentence: How many tall children are there in your class?

A. Tall                 B. Children        C. Your               D. Many

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quality in the given sentence: How many tall children are there in your class?

A. Many             B. Children        C. Tall                 D. Your

 

  1. Point out the possessive adjective in the given sentence: How many tall children are there in your class?

A. Many             B. How               C. Tall                 D. Your

 

  1. Point out the demonstrative adjective in the given sentence: This telephone of mine rings loudly.

A. This                B. Mine              C. Loudly           D. Telephone

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quality in the given sentence: My one wish is to see the beautiful Taj Mahal.

A. My                  B. One                C. Taj                  D. Beautiful

 

  1. Point out the possessive adjective in the given sentence: My one wish is to see the beautiful Taj Mahal.

A. My                  B. One                C. Beautiful       D. Taj

 

  1. Point out the adjective of number in the given sentence: My one wish is to see the beautiful Taj Mahal.

A. My                  B. One                C. Wish               D. Beautiful

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quantity in the given sentence: Do all of you have sufficient food for the picnic?

A. All                   B. The                 C. Sufficient      D. Food

 

  1. Point out the adjective of quality in the given sentence: Ganga is considered the holiest among rivers.

A. Holiest           B. Rivers            C. Among           D. Ganga

 

Answer Key:

  1. B

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

 

  1. D

Explanation: “Many” asks about children (countable noun); hence it is an adjective of number.

 

  1. C

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

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. A

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

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. A

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

 

  1. B

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

 

  1. C

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

 

  1. A

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