Kinds Of Adjective Worksheet | Class 5 English Grammar Worksheets

Underline the adjectives and state their kind.

1. She is a kind woman.

2. The lion is a wild animal.

3. The careless man forgot to lock the door.

4. He has no responsibilities.

5. He has little patience.

6. He showed much enthusiasm.

7. We have cooked enough food.

8. I spent the whole day at home.

9. She had a child holding on to each hand.

10. There are several mistakes in your essay.

11. I would like some help.

12. I have bought twelve apples.

13. Each man should do his duty.

14. This picture was drawn by my aunt.

15. She doesn’t have many friends.

16. Whose car is this?

17. Which answer is correct?

18. Neither key opens the door.

19. Who is the first person to climb Mt. Everest?

20. Most criminals are no violent.

Answers

1. She is a kind woman. (Kind – adjective of quality)

2. The lion is a wild animal. (wild – adjective of quality)

3. The careless man forgot to lock the door. (careless – adjective of quality)

4. He has no responsibilities. (no – adjective of quantity)

5. He has little patience. (little – adjective of quantity)

6. He showed much enthusiasm. (much – adjective of quantity)

7. We have cooked enough food. (enough – adjective of quantity)

8. I spent the whole day at home. (whole – adjective of quantity)

9. She had a child holding on to each hand. (each – distributive adjective)

10. There are several mistakes in your essay. (several – adjective of number)

11. I would like some help. (some – adjective of quantity)

12. I have bought twelve apples. (twelve – adjective of number)

13. Every man should do his duty. (every – distributive adjective)

14. This picture was drawn by my aunt. (this – demonstrative adjective)

15. She doesn’t have many friends. (many – adjective of number)

16. Whose car is this? (whose – interrogative adjective)

17. Which answer is correct? (which – interrogative adjective)

18. Neither key opens the door. (neither – distributive adjective)

19. Who is the first person to climb Mt. Everest? (first – definite numeral adjective)

20. Most criminals are no violent. (most – numeral adjective)

Notes

The numeral adjective is also known as the adjective of number.
The same word can serve as an adjective of quantity or adjective of number. Examples are: some, all, no, any, enough etc. If the adjective is used before a countable noun, it is classified as an adjective of number. If the adjective is used before an uncountable noun, it is classified as an adjective of quantity.

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