Find The Adjectives In These Sentences - Primary School Worksheets
Adjective is a word or phrase use to modify or describe a person, thing or place. This worksheet will absolutely help you when teaching your student to easily understand it. Click to download now!
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Find the Adjectives in the Sentence
Adjectives are words that describe a noun. They can make writing more interesting and give readers a better idea of what something looks or feels like. There are many different types of adjectives, but some of the most common ones are listed below.
Descriptive adjectives: These adjectives describe the appearance, taste, smell, sound, or feel of something.
For example, the descriptive adjectives in “The green apple tastes sour” are all gustatory adjectives. Colors: black, blue, brown, gray, green, orange, pink, purple, red, white, yellow
Sizes: big, tiny, small, medium, large
Shapes: square, round, triangular, hexagonal
Texture: bumpy, furry, spiky, smooth
Opinion adjectives: These adjectives express how the speaker feels about something. For example, the opinion adjective in “I think that dress is ugly” is evaluative. Happy, sad, angry, excited, nervous, scared, pleased, satisfied, proud, ashamed.
Location adjectives: These adjectives describe where something is. For example, the location adjective in “The cat is under the bed” is locative. Near, far, next to, inside, outside.
Quantity adjectives: These adjectives describe how much of something there is. For example, the quantity adjective in “I have a lot of friends” is quantitative.
Many, few, several, some, all, none.
Verb-forming adjectives: These adjectives are made from verbs and describe how someone or something is doing. For example, the verb-forming adjective in “The baby is sleeping soundly” is sleepy.
Angry, bored, busy, calm, careful, clever, clumsy, curious, deaf, eager, happy, kind.
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