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1
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  • ADJECTIVES
  • An adjective is a word that qualifies a noun or a
    pronoun.
  • Rohan is a handsome boy.
  • She is beautiful.
  • In the above sentences handsome and beautiful are
    giving us information about rohan and she
    respectively.
  • USE OF ADJECTIVE
  • Adjectives can be used in two ways-
  • 1.ATTRIBUTIVELY
  • When an adjective is followed by a noun then it
    represents attributive use of adjective.
  • Eg. - He is a brave soldier.
  • Here soldier is noun and brave is adjective.
  • 2.PREDICATIVELY
  • When a verb is followed by an adjective then it
    represents predicative use of adjective.
  • Eg. - He is brave.
  • Is -verb
  • Brave- adjective

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  • TYPES OF ADJECTIVES
  • Descriptive adjective
  • These are the adjectives that show quality of a
    person.
  • He is popular.
  • She is miserly.
  • 2. Demonstrative adjectives
  • These adjectives point out to the persons/things.
  • This, that, these, those
  • This book is mine.
  • These sweets are tasty.
  • That girl is beautiful.

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  • TYPES OF ADJECTIVES
  • 3. Adjectives of quantity
  • These adjectives show how much of a thing is
    meant.
  • Eg. -some,much,little,enough,sufficient,no,whole
    etc.
  • Some rice
  • Little patience
  • Sufficient milk
  • No sense

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  • Adjectives of number-
  • These are of two types-
  • (a) Definite numeral adjectives
  • These denote exact no. of things/persons or order
    of things/persons.
  • Ten balloons
  • Third chapter
  • (b) Indefinite numeral adjectives
  • These instead of denoting exact no. of
    things/persons just give the idea of the number
    of things/persons.
  • Few. some, many, several,all etc.
  • Many people
  • Few question
  • Several persons

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  • Definite numeral adjectives are further of two
    types-
  • (a) Cardinal adjectives
  • These denote exact no. like one, two, three etc.
  • There are twenty eggs in the basket.
  • I am having five chocolates.
  • (b) Ordinal adjectives
  • These denote exact order of things or persons

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  • Find errors if any
  • Second chapter of this book is very tough.
  • Fourth row from right is vacant.
  • The two last seats of bus are vacant.
  • The three first chapters of this book are easy.

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  • We always use article the with ordinal
    adjectives. No such rule exist for cardinal
    adjectives.
  • The second chapter of this book is very tough.
  • The fourth row from right is vacant.
  • If both cardinal and ordinal adjective come in a
    single sentence then we always write ordinal
    first and then cardinal adjective.
  • The last two seats of bus are vacant.
  • The first three chapters of this book are easy.

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  • Degrees of Comparison
  • An adjective comes in three degrees-(a)Positive
    degree-when there is no comparison.Harish is
    tall.Seema is beautiful.(b)Comparative
    degree-when there is comparison between two
    people or two things.Harish is taller than
    shyam.Seema is more beautiful than
    reema.(c)Superlative degree-when there is
    comparison between one Vs all.Harish is the
    tallest of all the boys.Seema is the most
    beautiful girl of class.

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  • Some positive ,comparative and superlative degree
    adjectives are given below-
  • Positive Comparative

    Superlative
  • Wise Wiser

    Wisest
  • Able Abler

    Ablest
  • Fit Fitter

    Fittest
  • True Truer

    Truest
  • Noble Nobler

    Noblest
  • Grey Greyer

    Greyest
  • Dry Drier

    Driest
  • Pretty Prettier

    Prettiest
  • Wet Wetter

    Wettest
  • Bold Bolder

    Boldest
  • Fine Finer

    Finest
  • Some adjectives are changed to comparative and
    superlative degree by adding more and most to
    them respectively.
  • Positive
    Comparative
    Superlative
  • Popular
    More popular Most
    popular
  • Powerful
    More powerful Most
    powerful
  • Pleasant
    More pleasant Most
    pleasant
  • Courageous More
    courageous Most courageous

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  • Some adjectives do not follow any specific
    rules.-
  • Positive
    Comparative
    Superlative
  • Near
    Nearer
    nearest/next
  • Much/many more
    most
  • Old
    older/elder
    oldest/eldest
  • Late
    later/latter
    last/latest
  • good/well
    better
    best
  • Little
    less/lesser
    least
  • bad/ill
    worse
    worst

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  • Find errors if any
  • She is most beautiful girl i have ever seen.
  • He is tallest boy of my class.
  • She is not as more beautiful as her mother.
  • She is as better as her father.
  • Ziya is abler of the two sisters.
  • This boy is taller of the two.
  • Which is the longest river,the ganga or the
    yamuna ?
  • The board is more longer than wider.
  • She is smarter than more courageous.
  • We are comparatively safer here.
  • I am relatively better today.
  • Raman runs comparatively faster than sohan.

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  • Rule no.-1
  • The is used with superlative degree.
  • She is the most beautiful girl i have ever seen.
  • He is the tallest boy of my class.
  • Rule no.-2
  • We always use comparative degree with than.
  • The USA is more powerful than any other country.
  • She is more courageous than her sister.
  • Its vice versa is not necessary(with every
    comparative degree than is not necessary.)
  • I am not feeling better
  • Rule no.-3
  • Positive degree of adjective comes with the
    following words-
  • (a) so.as
  • (b) as.as
  • She is not so beautiful as her mother.
  • She is as good as her father.

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  • Rule no.-4
  • We use the with comparative degree but of the
    two should be there in the sentence or
    selection has to be made in the sentence.
  • Ziya is the abler of two sisters.
  • This boy is the taller of the two.
  • Which is the longer river,the ganga or the yamuna
    ?
  • Rule no.-5
  • While comparing two qualities of a noun or
    pronoun with each other, don't use er format.
  • Always use- More positive degree
  • The board is more long than wide.(here both
    length and width are the qualities of board).
  • She is more beautiful than courageous.
  • Rule no.-6
  • We always use positive degree with comparatively
    and relatively.
  • Comparative and superlative degree cant be used
    with these words.
  • comparatively/relativelypositive degree
  • We are comparatively safe here.
  • I am relatively well today.
  • Raman runs comparatively fast than sohan.

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  • Find errors if any
  • This house is by far better than that.
  • His performance was very better than Mohans.
  • India is far the most beautiful country of the
    world.
  • Sachin is more popular than any cricketer.
  • Sachin more popular than any footballer.
  • Mohini is taller than any boy in her class.
  • Mohini is taller than any girl in her class.
  • My bungalow is two times bigger than yours
  • The economy of our country got worse and
    unstable.
  • He is the most talented but less known writer in
    the group.
  • Your first impression is more everlasting
  • This is the most perfect picture that I have ever
    taken.

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  • Rule no.-7
  • In order to intensify the sentences we use-
  • (a)far/much with comparative degree
  • (b)By far with superlative degree
  • This house is far better than that.
  • His performance was much better than mohans.
  • India is by far the most beautiful country of the
    world.
  • Rule no.-8
  • If we compare a noun with all other of same group
    or class than any other is used to exclude the
    noun.
  • Sachin is more popular than any other
    cricketer.(sachin is also a cricketer so to
    exclude sachin from all other cricketers we have
    to use other in the sentence.)
  • Sachin more popular than any footballer.(in this
    case sachin is not footballer so we don't use
    other in such sentences.)
  • Mohini is taller than any boy in her class.
  • Mohini is taller than any other girl in her
    class.

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  • Rule no.-9
  • We can't use comparative degree with times.
  • My bungalow is two times bigger than yours.-wrong
  • My bungalow is two times as big as yours.-right
  • Rule no.-10
  • When two adjectives are used for a single noun
    and if both of them are connected with a
    conjunction, they should be in same degree.
  • The economy of a country got worse and more
    unstable.
  • He is the most talented but least known writer.
  • There are certain adjectives that cant be used
    in comparative and superlative form-
  • Perfect,extreme,chief,complete,final,last,unique,u
    niversal,round,square,eternal, everlasting,impossi
    ble,supreme,triangular,major,excellent,empty,entir
    e,ideal,absolute.
  • Your first impression is more everlasting-wrong
  • Your first impression is everlasting-right
  • This is the perfect picture that I have ever
    taken.

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  • Find errors if any
  • She is junior than me.
  • He is superior than us in all respect.
  • She is junior and more courageous than me.
  • I have a pretty,small,pink, round
    shaped,mexican,ruby.
  • The blind has sticks with them.
  • The aged is living in old age homes.
  • Blessed is the meek.
  • 8.(a) Ram was/(b) senior to/(c) Sam in
    college.(d) NO ERROR

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  • Rule no.-11
  • There are certain adjectives with which to is
    used and not than-
  • Superior, inferior, prior, anterior, posterior,
    junior, senior.
  • She is junior than me-wrong
  • She is junior to me-right
  • Rule no.-12
  • If different words are needed with different
    adjectives, suitable words are used with each of
    them.
  • She is junior to and more courageous than me.
  • She is as beautiful as if not more than her
    mother.
  • Rule no.-13
  • If there are different type of adjectives are
    present in a single sentence then the order of
    the adjectives should be-

  • OSASCOMP
  • OPINIONgtSIZEgtAGEgtSHAPEgtCOLOURgtORIGINgtMATERIALgtPURP
    OSE
  • I have a pretty,small,round shaped,pink,mexican,ru
    by.
  • Pretty -opinion
  • Small -size
  • Round -shape
  • Pink -colour, Mexican -origin

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  • Rule no.-14
  • The adjective-plural common noun -plural verb
  • And with plural common nouns we use plural verb.
  • The blind have sticks with them.
  • The aged are living in old age homes.
  • Blessed are the meek.

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  • Uses of Little, A little and The little-
  • Always used for uncountable nouns.
  • Little - hardly any , almost none
  • Eg- there is little juice in the jug.
  • Eg- Ram has little work to do.
  • A Little- Small quantity, some but not much
  • Eg- A little freedom is necessary for kids.
  • The Little- Not Much but all that is available
  • Eg- I hope you will be contended with the little
    wine left wine in the jar.
  • Eg- Rama spent the little money she had..

Use of Few, A few and The few Always used with
countable nouns Few-hardly any,almost none Eg-
Sham read few books. Eg- Rashmi need few
documentary projects. A Few- Small quantity,
some but not many Eg- I requested him to bring
me a few books. Eg- Shamita read a few books of
history. The Few- Not many but all that are
available Eg- The few days left I passed in her
company were exciting. Eg- I hope the few
moments we had were memorable.
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  • Use Many, Much
  • Many used for countable Noun
  • Much used for uncountable noun
  • Some
  • Some used in affirmative sentences.
  • with countable nouns to show no.
  • with uncountable nouns to show quantity.
  • She have some juice.
  • I have some colleagues.
  • Some is also used in interrogative sentences
    where the answers are expected in yes.
  • Could you lend me some pens?
  • Did you buy some clothes?
  • Would you like to have some coffee?

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  • Any used in negative sentences.
  • She does not have any oranges.
  • Any is also used in interrogative sentences where
    the answers are expected in no.
  • Have you bought any mangoes?
  • Some adjectives are given below-
  • Noun
    Adjectives
  • Accident
    Accidental
  • Length Long
  • Danger
    Dangerous
  • Intelligence
    Intelligent
  • Offence
    Offensive

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  • Problems based on adjectives
  • 1) (a)He reached airport on time/(b)but garima
    left for london /(c)few minutes earlier./(d)NO
    ERROR
  • 2) (a)You are not at all junior/(b) than her in
    terms of/(c)getting promotion/(d)NO ERROR
  • 3) (a)She is the/(b)most bravest girl i /(c)have
    ever seen./(d)NO ERROR
  • 4) (a)Of all the girls in/(b)the village she
    is/(c)the better /(d)NO ERROR
  • 5) (a)Reema and sheena are best/(b)friends. The
    later is /(c)very hardworking. /(d)NO ERROR
  • 6)(a)The two last rows/(b)of the hall were
    /(c)vacant for the persons with disabilities
    /(d)NO ERROR
  • 7)(a)On her next birthday/(b)i am going to send
    her /(c)much chocolates of dairy milk. /(d)NO
    ERROR
  • 8)(a)The chances of his passing the exam /(b)are
    more better than riya /(c)as he is very laborious
    /(d)NO ERROR
  • 9) (a)The brain drain problem explains
    that/(b)much students are migrating to developed
    countries for/(c)better job opportunities.
    /(d)NO ERROR
  • 10) (a)You are senior than most of/(b)the
    professors of this college/(c)and still you are
    behaving like a child. /(d)NO ERROR

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  • Problems based on adjectives
  • 11) (a)I always prefer reading than/(b)playing
    games as i/(c)am a bookworm. /(d)NO ERROR
  • 12) (a)We are enough strong/(b)to face each
    and/(c)every problem of our life. /(d)NO ERROR
  • 13) (a)We dont have strength/(b)enough to
    challenge /(c)them. /(d)NO ERROR
  • 14) (a)My all friends /(b)are going to manali for
    river rafting /(c)this weekend /(d)NO ERROR
  • 15)(a)Mohan can speak/(b)no less than/(c)five
    languages. /(d)NO ERROR
  • 16) (a)Most of the teenagers consider/(b)looks
    superior than /(c)moral values. /(d)NO ERROR
  • 17) (a)The tiny, pink, round shaped,/(b)lockett
    was gifted to her by/(c)her inlaws. /(d)NO ERROR
  • 18) (a)The house she is presently/(b)living in is
    five times bigger than the house /(c)she left for
    her new job. /(d)NO ERROR

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  • Previous years questions of adjectives
  • 1.(a) The two first to arrive/(b) were the lucky
    recipients/(c) of a surprise gift/(d) NO ERROR
  • 2.(a) The manager wanted to know who had
    arrived/(b) early that day/(c) the cashier or the
    accountant/(d) NO ERROR
  • 3.(a) In that wholesale shop/(b) they do not
    sell/(c) fewer than ten bags of rice/(d) NO ERROR
  • 4.(a) I found/(b) the two first chapters of the
    book/(c) particularly interesting./(d) NO ERROR
  • 5.(a) Of all the models/(b) Jessica is/(c) the
    more good-looking one./(d) NO ERROR
  • 6.(a) The railways have made/(b) crossing the
    tracks/(c) a punished offence./(d) NO ERROR
  • 7.(a) He/(b) is junior than/(c) all his
    friends./(d) NO ERROR
  • 8.(a) Ram was/(b) senior to/(c) Sam in
    college.(d) NO ERROR
  • 9.(a) In his old age,/(b) a person is likely to
    get/(c) more weak day by day./(d) NO ERROR
  • 10.(a) That was/(b) the most unique
    opportunity/(c) he got in his life./(d) NO ERROR
  • 11.(a) Shelley is/(b) superior than byron/(c) in
    his vision of democracy./(d) NO ERROR
  • 12.(a) The hindu is/(b) most popular, than any
    other/(c) newspaper in India./(d) NO ERROR

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  • Previous years questions of adjectives
  • 13.(a) Miss Rama devi has/(b) two elephants,ten
    horses/(c) and as much as fifty cars./(d) NO
    ERROR
  • 14.(a) Though we both are of the same height/(b)
    you are more heavier/(c) than I./(d) NO ERROR
  • 15.(a) As an artist/(b) Raju is as good,/(c) if
    not better than, Ramesh./(d) NO ERROR
  • 16.(a) The two last/(b) chapters of the book/(c)
    are very interesting./(d) NO ERROR
  • 17.(a) His composition/(b) is inferior/(c) than
    mine./(d) NO ERROR
  • 18.(a) Mango, the most unique fruit/(b) is
    available in India/(c) in plenty/(d) NO ERROR
  • 19.(a) You are/(b) more beautiful/(c) than
    her./(d) NO ERROR
  • 20.(a) He feels his troubles/(b) as much or/(c)
    even more than they./(d) NO ERROR
  • 21.(a) These days,jobs opportunities are not as
    better/(b) as they used to be in/(c) the early
    70s./(d) NO ERROR
  • 22.(a) John is working very hardly/(b) as the
    examinations/(c) are fast approaching./(d) NO
    ERROR
  • 23.(a) The circulation of The Statesman/(b) is
    greater than/(c) that of any newspaper./(d) NO
    ERROR
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