Kinds Of Adjectives Worksheet For Class 4

Adjectives are words that modify nouns. They tell us something about a noun. For example, they may tell us about a particular quality of a person or thing. Adjectives usually go before the nouns modified by them. They can also go after the verb be.

There are different kinds of adjectives.

The most important among them are:

Adjectives of quality

Examples are: kind, clever, honest, beautiful, rich, wealthy, generous, cruel, soft, hard etc.

Adjectives of quantity

They are usually used before uncountable nouns. Examples are: much, some, any, little, less, least, all, whole

Adjectives of number

Examples are: one, two, three, first, second, third, fourth etc.

Demonstrative adjectives

The words these, those, this and that are called demonstrative adjectives.

Possessive adjectives

The words my, your, his, her, our and their are possessive adjectives.

Kinds of adjectives worksheet 1

Underline the adjective and state its kind.  You can learn about different kinds of adjectives here.

  1. Rahul is a clever boy.
  2. Rose is a beautiful flower.
  3. Iron is a useful metal.
  4. There is enough milk in the fridge.
  5. The cat drank the whole milk.
  6. Each boy was given a present.
  7. Those apples are ripe.
  8. The dog is eating its breakfast.
  9. This is my bag.
  10. That boy is very lazy.
  11. Many girls participated in the programme.
  12. All children need love.
  13. Neither answer is correct.
  14. He won the first prize.

Answers

  1. Rahul is a clever boy. (Adjective of quality)
  2. Rose is a beautiful flower. (Adjective of quality)
  3. Iron is a useful metal. (Adjective of quality)
  4. There is enough milk in the fridge. (Adjective of quantity)
  5. The cat drank the whole milk. (Adjective of quantity)
  6. Each boy was given a present. (Distributive adjective)
  7. Those apples are ripe. (Demonstrative adjective)
  8. The dog is eating its breakfast. (Possessive adjective)
  9. This is my bag. (Possessive adjective)
  10. That boy is very lazy. (That – demonstrative adjective; lazy – adjective of quality)
  11. Many girls participated in the programme. (Adjective of number)
  12. All children need love. (Adjective of number)
  13. Neither answer is correct. (Distributive adjective)
  14. He won the first prize. (Definite numeral adjective)

Kinds of adjectives worksheet 2

Underline the adjectives in the following sentences and state their kind.

  1. There are only a few animals in the zoo.
  2. We don’t have much money.
  3. Were there many applicants?
  4. It is not my mistake.
  5. These eggs are rotten.
  6. That child is a genius.
  7. The project had few supporters.
  8. You cannot blame me for your failure.
  9. She did not show any interest.
  10. It was a lengthy procedure.
  11. He is very cunning.
  12. The cake was delicious.
  13. I waited for several days.
  14. I would like some rice.
  15. They did not offer us any help.
  16. We should never trust selfish people like them.
  17. It was a smart move.
  18. He is very childish.
  19. It was an excellent solution.
  20. This is the fourth time you have asked that question.
  21. There were only two contestants.

Answers

  1. a few – adjective of number
  2. much – adjective of quantity
  3. many – adjective of number
  4. my – possessive adjective
  5. these – demonstrative adjective
  6. that – demonstrative adjective
  7. few – adjective of number
  8. your – possessive adjective
  9. any – adjective of quantity
  10. lengthy – adjective of quality
  11. cunning – adjective of quality
  12. delicious – adjective of quality
  13. several – adjective of number
  14. some – adjective of quantity (When some is used before an uncountable noun, it is an adjective of quantity.)
  15. any – adjective of quantity (When any is used before an uncountable noun, it is an adjective of quantity.)
  16. selfish – adjective of quality
  17. smart – adjective of quality
  18. childish – adjective of quality
  19. excellent – adjective of quality
  20. fourth – adjective of number
  21. two – adjective of number

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4 Responses

  1. Nice it’s so helpful for me for my test

  2. Koushani Ghosh says:

    Underline the adjective and state it’s kind.
    1. Iron is a useful metal

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