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Types of adjectives | 20 sentences using adjectives

Types of adjectives | 20 sentences using adjectives

types of adjectives, 20 sentences using adjectives
types of adjectives, 20 sentences using adjectives 


An Adjective is a word that qualifies a noun or a pronoun / A word used with a noun to add something to its meaning.

Adjective may be used

a) Attributively
b) Predicatively

when an adjective is placed before the noun it is said to be used attributively.

1. It is a tall tree.
2. He is an obedient boy.

when an adjective forms part of the predicate. it is said to be used predicatively.

1. He is aware of the risk.
2. My boy is lazy.

Kinds of Adjectives

There are six kinds of Adjective

1. Adjective of Quality.
2. Adjective of Quantity.
3. Adjective of Number.
4. Distributive Adjective
5. Demonstrative Adjective
6. Interrogative Adjective

1. Adjective of Quality :

It shows the kind or a quality of a person or thing.

Eg. - 
India is a vast country.

2. Adjective of Quantity :

These adjectives denote {show} the quantity of a thing. some adjectives may be used as of quantity or number, according to their use.

Eg. -
The cat drank all the milk.

3. Adjective of Numbers

It is the word used to show how many persons or things are referred.

Kinds of numeral adjectives

a) Cardinals :
Three, Five, One, Ten, Six, Eight. They show rank or order of the person or thing.

b) Ordinals :
First, Second, Third, Fifth, Sixth.

Adjective of Numbers

Eg. - 
There was little petrol in the car.
I won two medals.
Our college ranks first in Mumbai.

4. Distributive Adjective :

Refer to each item of a particular group.

Eg. - 
Each boy had to make a chart.

5. Demonstrative Adjective : 

Point out to the person or thing meant.

These rooms are well ventilated.

6. Interrogative Adjective : 

Are used with the nouns to ask questions.

Eg. -
Which game do you like?


Regular Verbs and Irregular Verbs

regular and irregular verbs

Regular Verbs

 In this group of verb, the simple past tense and past participle end in - d- ed.

Eg. = Touched, Killed, Passed.

Graze  - Grazed - Grazed
Expel - Expelled - Expelled
Knit - Knitted - Knitted
Marry - Married - Married
Employ - Employed - Employed
Appoint  -  Appointed - Appointed
Dispatch - Dispatched - Dispatched
Describe - Described - Described
Comment  - Commented - Commented

Irregular Verbs.

Verbs where ‘ed’ is not added in the past tense and past participle. such verbs are called Irregular Verbs.

Buy - Bought - Bought
Build - Built -  Built
Become - Became - Become
Come - Came - Come
Drive - Drove - Driven
Eat - Ate - Eaten
Fall - Fell - Fallen
Fly - Flew - Flown

Regular Verbs List

regular verbs

Irregular Verbs List

irregular verbs


Find the verb in the following sentences.

The passenger should have been stopped at the gate.

He disclosed me a secret.

The car stopped at once.

The little boy hit the big girl.

Down the road hopped the rabbit.

 The mail could have arrived earlier.

 The person killed himself.

 Mina spoke to me.

 Have the men come all the way from Europe.

 Don’t go into that house!

Friday, February 8, 2019

यूपी बोर्ड 10वीं व 12वीं का रिजल्ट | up board high school and intermediate result

up board high school and intermediate result

UP Board High School and Intermediate Result

उत्तर प्रदेश माध्यमिक शिक्षा परिषद (UP board) की हाईस्कूल और इंटरमीडिएट परीक्षाओं का रिजल्ट आप यूपी बोर्ड की ऑफिशियल वेबसाइट पर जाकर चेक कर सकते हैं।

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