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AdjectivE

Lesson 4

Adjective is a word that tells us about noun or indicate quality of noun.

Types of Adjective
on the basis of use, there are three types of adjective-
1-Descriptive Adjectives: also known as adjective of quality
example: beautiful, wet, sweet & black e.t.c.

2-Determiner Adjective:a modifying word that determines the kind of reference a noun or noun group, it also has various types:

  1. Demonstrative Adjective   ex. this, that, those e.t.c.
  2. Distributive Adjective        ex. each, every, either e.t.c.
  3. Quantitative Adjective        ex. some, no, more e.t.c.
  4. Numerical Adjective            ex. few, all, one, second e.t.c.
  5. Interrogative Adjective        ex. who, what, which e.t.c.
  6. Possessive Adjective            ex. my, his, our. your e.t.c.
  7. Present/Past participle Adjective    ex. a wounded swan, a flying plane, a fried chicken e.t.c.
  8. Relative Adjective                 ex. who, which, that e.t.c.
  9. Emphatic Adjective               ex. such, same, very e.t.c.
  10. Proper Adjective                    ex. Indian, Russian, American e.t.c.
  11. Exclamatory Adjective          ex.what, which, how e.t.c.
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Keep in minD:
-Little is used for quantity & few is used for numbers.
-Any is used for negative and interrogative sentences.
-Possessive adjectives never use an apostrophe(it's, I'm, I'll).

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