an attribute of a noun/pronoun and also modify them.
Three degrees of adjectives:
- Positive Adjective : Used to describe a noun/pronoun.
Usage: He is good.
- Comparative Adjective : Used to compare two nouns/pronouns.
Usage: He is better than her.
- Superlative Adjective : Used to compare three or more nouns/pronouns.
Usage: He is the best person in the world.
Types of Adjectives:
- Proper Adjectives
- Quantitative Adjectives
- Possessive Adjectives
- Demonstrative Adjectives
- Coordinate Adjectives
- Numbers Adjectives
- Interrogative Adjectives
- Indefinite Adjectives
- Attributive Adjectives
- Compound Adjectives
Articles also modify the nouns/pronouns and also specification of nouns.
dog is the most faithful animal.
apple is a sweet fruit.
dog has mud on it.
2. Proper Adjectives
Proper adjectives are the adjective form of proper nouns. Due to the proper nouns modification of other nouns/pronouns proper adjectives will form.
people are intelligent.
I like horror
3. Quantitative Adjectives
A Quantitative adjectives gives the information of quantity of the nouns/pronouns.
I have six
He completed the whole
4. Possessive Adjectives
A Possessive adjective used to indicate the possession.
my, your, his, her, its, our, their.
5. Demonstrative Adjectives
A Demonstrative adjective used to indicate or demonstrate nouns.
this, these, those.
Demonstrative adjective : This
movie is awesome.
Demonstrative pronoun : This
is an awesome movie.
6. Coordinate Adjectives
Coordinate adjectives are separated with commas (and) and.
He is an innocent
7. Numbers Adjectives
When numbers are used in a sentence as an answer to a question.
He ate 20
8. Interrogative Adjectives
Interrogative adjectives modify nouns.
what, which, whose.
movie is your favorite one?
9. Indefinite Adjectives
An indefinite adjectives are refer to non-specific things.
any, many, no, several, few.
Do you have any
10. Attribute Adjectives
An attribute adjectives refer to specific attributes/traits/qualities/features of a noun.
red, green, blue. (based on color)
good, beautiful, interesting. (based on observation)
young, old, new. (based on age)
small, big, poor, healthy. (based on measurement)
11. Compound Adjectives
A Compound adjective is the for of two or more adjectives together in a sentence.
Ajay is well-educated
He is a part-time