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Adjectives

By Jaz and Amrit
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Jaz Kaur

on 11 September 2012

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Transcript of Adjectives

By Jaz and Amrit Adjectives photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Adjectives are words that describe or modify another person or thing in the sentence.

Types of Adjectives:

Possessive
Descriptive
Numeral
Demonstrative
Interrogative
Comparative
Superlative


POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE
Possessive Adjective is the adjective which is used to point out the noun that belongs to someone.
They are: My, Your, Our, Their, His, Her and Its.

DESCRIPTIVE ADJECTIVE
Descriptive Adjective is the adjective that is used to tell the sorts of noun or quality.
Example: She is a beautiful girl.
NUMERAL ADJECTIVENumeral Adjective is the adjective which is used to show the number of noun.
a) Definite Numeral AdjectiveExample: first, second, third or one, two, three….
b) Indefinite Numeral AdjectiveExample: some, any, much, many, little, a few….
c) Distributive Numeral Adjective (for 1 noun)
Example: every, each, another, other..

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