Point out the Adjectives Worksheet-3

Point out the Adjectives Worksheet-3

 

Point out the adjective in the given sentences:

  1. Point out the adjectives in the given sentence: There are three new boys in the class.

A. Three, new   B. Boys, class    C. There, new   D. Three, class

 

  1.  ‘Harish’ is a proper noun.

A. Harish           B. Noun              C. Proper           D. Is

 

  1. The cow is a useful animal.

       A. Cow                B. Useful            C. Animal          D. A

 

  1. I drink two glasses of milk every day.

A. Two                B. Glasses          C. Milk               D. Day

 

  1. There are twenty notebooks on Teacher’s table.

A. Notebooks    B. Twenty          C. Teacher’s      D. Table

 

  1. Take care, the knife is very sharp.

A. Care               B. Knife              C. Very               D. sharp

 

  1. I cannot lift the heavy book.

A. Book              B. Lift                 C. Heavy            D. Cannot

 

  1. Mina gave Hitesh two chocolates.

A. Mina              B. Two                C. Hitesh            D. Chocolates

 

  1. Point out the adjectives in the given sentence: This empty bag is very light.

A. Bag, light                                   B. Bag, empty

C. Very, light                                 D. Empty, light

 

  1. Many leaves have fallen on the ground.

A. Many             B. Leaves           C. Fallen            D. Ground

 

Answer Key:

  1. A

Explanation: ‘New’ describes the boys and ‘Three’ tells us how many boys; hence both are adjectives.

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Proper’ describes the noun Harish; hence it is an adjective.

  1. B

       Explanation: ‘Useful’ describes the animal (cow); hence it is an adjective.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Two’ tells us how many; hence it is an adjective. 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Twenty’ tells us how many notebooks; hence it is an adjective.

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Sharp’ describes the knife; hence it is an adjective.

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Heavy’ describes the book; hence it is an adjective.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Two’ tells us how many chocolates; hence it is an adjective.

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Empty & light’ describe the bag; hence they are adjectives

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Many’ describes the number of leaves; hence it is an adjective.