12 Types of Adjectives | Grammar Explained

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12 Types of Adjectives | Grammar Explained

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Today we are sharing an important pdf in hindi 12 Types of Adjectives | Grammar Explained  अंग्रेजी पर अच्छी तरह से पकड़ बनाने के लिए यह जरुरी है कि आप parts of speech के सभी प्रकार को अच्छी तरह से समझा जाए और सीखा जाए। Adjective उसी में से एक है और आप adjective के बारे हर एक चीज सीखेंगे जो आपको spoken English मे मदद करेगी।विशेषण लगने के बाद संज्ञा का अर्थ सिमित हो जाता है। इसका अर्थ यह है कि विशेषण रहित संज्ञा से जिस वस्तु का बोध होता है, विशेषण लगने पर उसका अर्थ सिमित हो जाता है।जैसे– ‘घोड़ा’, संज्ञा से घोड़ा-जाति के सभी प्राणियों का बोध होता है, पर ‘काला घोड़ा’ कहने से केवल काले घोड़े का बोध होता है, सभी तरह के घोड़ों का नहीं। यहाँ ‘काला’ विशेषण से ‘घोड़ा’ संज्ञा की व्याप्ति मर्यादित (सिमित) हो गयी है।

एडजेक्टिव की परिभाषा अंग्रेजी में | Adjective in Hindi  12 Types of Adjectives | Grammar Explained    Adjective ki Paribhasha | Adjective Kise kahte Hain | Adjective Meaning in Hindi | What is Adjective in Hindi


Adjective in Hindi  12 Types of Adjectives | Grammar Explained      शब्द-भेद का एक अभिन्न भाग है जो किसी वाक्य में संज्ञा और सर्वनाम का वर्णन स्पष्ट करता है. अर्थात, Adjective का प्रयोग मुख्यतः संज्ञा एवं सर्वनाम के प्रभाव को स्पष्ट करने के लिए किया जाता है. इंग्लिश ग्रामर में Adjective को पढ़ना आवश्यक इसलिए होता है, क्योंकि इससे बोर्ड एग्जाम और प्रतियोगिता एग्जाम में Objective Questions पूछे जाते है. Question को कवर करने के लिए Adjective के प्रकार, प्रयोग, परिभाषा आदि के विषय में जानकारी रखना अनिवार्य है.इसलिए, Kinds of Adjective के साथ महत्वपूर्ण तथ्यों को भी आप सीखेंगे जो आवश्यक है.

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12 Types of Adjectives | Grammar Explained

1. Descriptive Adjectives

Descriptive adjectives express a quality or attribute of a noun.

  1. We enjoyed a peaceful afternoon.
  2. She’s such a competent cashier.

The silly dog rolled around in the filthy mud for hours.

  1. Will is my big brother.
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2. Coordinate Adjectives

Coordinate adjectives work together to modify the same noun. They’re separated by the word and or separated with commas. 

Using a phrase with multiple adjectives to modify the same noun can create an adjective phrase.

  1. She wore a pink and yellow top yesterday.
  2. It was a bright, sunny, and glorious morning along Tybee Beach.
  3. The book was long and boring.
  4. These pajamas are cute, comfortable, and affordable.

3. Cumulative Adjectives

Like coordinate adjectives, cumulative adjectives work together to modify a noun. But they build on each other by describing different qualities of a noun — and unlike coordinate adjectives, they don’t require commas or and between each one.

  1. Six sweet tiny kittens meowed for their dinner.
  2. Mario bought a beautiful red Suzuki motorcycle.
  3. Do you want this old plastic clock anymore?
  4. Let’s avoid those two annoying bullies.

4. Compound Adjectives

A compound adjective is made up of multiple words that work as one word to modify a noun. They are typically hyphenated, but not always.

  1. We are taking a five-hour cruise.
  2. I am looking for a full-time job.
  3. This is a foolproof plan.
  4. They bought some fat-free cheese.

5. Proper Adjectives

Proper adjectives refer to specific nouns. Like proper nouns, they must be capitalized.

  1. I adore Japanese food.
  2. She’s going to a Shakespearean festival.
  3. Can you buy more Christmas decorations?
  4. These fossils are from the Jurassic period.

6. Demonstrative Adjectives

Demonstrative adjectives point to which noun or pronoun you’re speaking about. There are four demonstrative adjectives in the English language: this, that, these, and those.

  1. Would you like this bicycle?
  2. That car used to be mine.
  3. I don’t want these accolades.
  4. Those shoes are gorgeous.

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7. Distributive Adjectives

Distributive adjectives, such as any, each, either, every, and neither, modify each member of a group equally. 

  1. Did any of you do your homework?
  2. Each attendee received a free gift.
  3. Either sweater will look great with those pants.
  4. She bought every handbag in that store.
  5. Neither doctor called me back.

8. Indefinite Adjectives

Indefinite adjectives describe nouns or pronouns in a non-specific way. The indefinite adjectives include few, many, no, several, and some.

  1. Few people get this far.
  2. Do you have many openings?
  3. There are no books in this library.
  4. I reviewed several sources.
  5. There are some tickets left.

12 Types of Adjectives | Grammar Explained

9. Interrogative Adjectives

Interrogative adjectives, which include what, which and whose, ask a question. They come right before a noun or pronoun. 

What color do you want to paint the cottage?

Which shirt did you choose?

Whose land are we standing on?

10. Possessive Adjectives

Possessive adjectives show possession. Possessive adjectives come before their corresponding nouns.

  1. Is that their Ferrari?
  2. I didn’t know this was your hamburger.
  3. Please bring me my bill.
  4. The bird began to build its nest.

11. Predicate Adjectives

Adjectives that appear after the linking verb and modify the subject of the sentence are known as predicate adjectives. They’re also called subject or object complements.

  1. Vanessa is smart.
  2. We used to be rich.
  3. Those squirrels can be silly.
  4. The math homework seems tricky.
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12. Quantitative Adjectives

Quantitative adjectives describe the amount of something. They can be numbers or other adjectives, and they answer questions like “How much?” or “How many?” 

Unlike indefinite adjectives, quantitative adjectives are clear about the amount of something.

  1. She has two children.
  2. In the near future, I hope to own six puppies.
  3. In fact, I’ll take the whole litter.
  4. Forty people showed up at the party.
  5. Can Articles Be Adjectives?

There are three articles (a, an, the) in the English language. They come before a noun to specify which noun you’re talking about — just like adjectives. 

That’s why articles are considered a special class of adjectives. 

  1. I just adopted a dog.
  2. This is an elephant.
  3. Don’t take away the iguana.
  4. Types of Adjectives Quiz

Become agile with your adjectives with a quick quiz. Can you name the types of adjectives that are bolded in each sentence?

  1. Have either of you seen my bracelet?
  2. Natalie’s dress is gorgeous.
  3. Which dog is yours?
  4. We have four children.
  5. My boyfriend lives in Kansas.
  6. Lola asked several questions about the job.
  7. Our neighbors invited us over for Indian food and cake.
  8. You’re a wonderful, considerate, gentle-hearted friend.
  9. That music is too loud.
  10. There’s an enormous old abandoned warehouse we can practice in.
  11. Types of Adjectives Quiz Answer Key
  12. Check out the answers to the adjectives quiz to see if you understand all the types. 
  13. Have either of you seen my bracelet? (Distributive adjective)
  14. Natalie’s dress is gorgeous. (Descriptive adjective and/or predicate adjective)
  15. Which dog is yours? (Interrogative adjective)
  16. We have four children. (Quantitative adjective)
  17. My boyfriend lives in Kansas. (Possessive adjective)
  18. Lola asked several questions about the job. (Indefinite adjective)
  19. Our neighbors invited us over for Indian food and cake. (Proper adjective)
  20. You’re a wonderful, considerate, gentle-hearted friend. (Coordinate adjectives and/or descriptive adjectives)
  21. That music is too loud. (Demonstrative adjective)

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Adjective Exercises- Part 1

Please fill the following sentences with the appropriate form of adjectives. (Comparative or Superlative)

  1. My apartment is (small) ——- than hers.
  2. The bouquet is (beautiful)———- than the one kept on the table.
  3. This is the (comfortable)———–sofa I have ever used for sitting.
  4. Who is the (rich)——kid in the world?
  5. This is one of the (bad) ———–films that I have recently seen.
  6. He is one of the ——-(powerful) ———-persons in the nation.
  7. Shakespeare is known as one of the (great)———- men in English Literature.
  8. Helen is a (good)———- athlete of the two.
  9. The job offer is too (good)——– for me
  10. Healthy eaters usually live (long) ———–than the non-healthy ones.

Answers to Adjective Exercises- Part 1

  1. Smaller
  2. More beautiful
  3. Most comfortable
  4. Richest
  5. worst
  6. most powerful
  7. greatest
  8. better
  9. good
  10. longer

Adjective Exercises Part 2

Identify the adjective and its type from the following sentences


  1. The United States of America is a big nation.
  2. They ate some sandwiches.
  3. There are five oranges in the basket.
  4. Those mangoes are extremely sweet.
  5. Neither statement is correct.
  6. These bananas are ready to eat.
  7. Which sweater do you want to purchase?
  8. His notebook is on the desk.
  9. Give the pencils to that child.
  10. Only a few oranges are left.

Answers- Adjective Exercises- Part 2

  1. Big- Adjective of Quality
  2. Some- Adjective of Quantity
  3. Five- Numeral Adjective
  4. Those- Demonstrative Adjective; Sweet- Adjective of Quality.
  5. Neither- Distributive Adjective
  6. These- Demonstrative Adjectives
  7. Which- Interrogative Adjectives
  8. His- Possessive Adjectives
  9. That- Demonstrative Adjective
  10. few- Adjective of Quantity

Adjective Exercises- Part 3

Identify the adjectives from the following sentences

  1. The Kangaroo has long legs.
  2. Our professor is beautiful and tall.
  3. The curd is sour in taste.
  4. The black bottle is kept on the table.
  5. Rishi is an honest and kind-hearted person.
  6. The party was noisy, and neighbors were unable to sleep due to it.
  7. The car has become rusty after not being used.
  8. The whole team was awarded for their performance.
  9. Indian team won the cricket match.
  10. Hina is a pleasant person; everyone likes her company.

Answers- Adjective Exercises Part 3

  1. Long
  2. Beautiful and Tall
  3. Sour
  4. Black
  5. Honest and Kind-Hearted
  6. Noisy
  7. Rusty
  8. Whole
  9. Indian
  10. Jovial

Adjective Exercises- Part 4

Choose the correct adjective from the following sentences.


  1. The (later/latter) portion of the video clip is interesting.
  2. (Each/Every) man desires to be wealthy and famous.
  3. We all are asked to stay at home till (father/ further) order.
  4. We have (some/any) great news for all your you.
  5. He is my (older/elder) brother.
  6. Have you watched (some/any) movie recently.
  7. Kids saw (many/ much) animals on a jungle safari
  8. There is not (many/much) salt in the food.
  9. There are (a few/little) tables in the hall.
  10. There is (some/any) juice in the glass.
  11. I have (less/little) interest in painting.
  12. She has (less/little) faith in her husband.
  13. Do they have any (father/further) plans?
  14. I have (fewer/less) time to finish this assignment.
  15. I would need (fewer/less) outfits this season

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