Kinds Of Adjectives Worksheet

Adjectives are words used to modify nouns. Adjectives say something about a noun. There are different kinds of adjectives. Can you identify them. Test your knowledge of different kinds of adjectives with this kinds of adjectives grammar worksheet.

Underline the adjectives and state their kinds.

  1. That was a brilliant idea.
  2. This is a larger than that.
  3. He has little patience.
  4. The foolish man squandered away his wealth.
  5. He has much strength.
  6. She has many friends.
  7. She was wearing a blue sari.
  8. The fox is a cunning animal.
  9. It was a difficult problem.
  10. They have enough money.
  11. Each child was given a present.
  12. Every question was answered.
  13. The whole town was under water.
  14. She has acted in several movies.
  15. Neither key opens the door.
  16. This is the third time you have asked the same question.

Answers

  1. That was a brilliant idea. (brilliant – adjective of quality)
  2. This is a larger than that. (larger – adjective of quality)
  3. He has little patience. (little – adjective of quantity)
  4. The foolish man squandered away his wealth. (foolish – adjective of quality)
  5. He has much strength. (much – adjective of quantity)
  6. She has many friends. (many – adjective of number)
  7. She was wearing a blue sari. (blue – adjective of quality)
  8. The fox is a cunning animal. (cunning – adjective of quality)
  9. It was a difficult problem. (difficult – adjective of quality)
  10. They have enough money. (enough – adjective of quantity)
  11. Each child was given a present. (each – distributive adjective)
  12. Every question was answered. (every – distributive adjective)
  13. The whole town was under water. (whole – adjective of quantity)
  14. She has acted in several movies. (several – adjective of number)
  15. Neither key opens the door. (neither – distributive adjective)
  16. This is the third time you have asked the same question. (third – definite numeral adjective; same – adjective of quality)

Notes

The numeral adjective can also be called adjective of number.

18. Neither answer is correct. (Distributive numeral adjective – neither)

19. Who is the first woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature? (Definite numeral adjective – first)

20. Most children like cartoon shows. (Numeral adjective – most)

Notes

The numeral adjective is also known as the adjective of number.

The same adjective may be classified as 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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