adjectives Examples


    Examples of adjectives in a Sentence

  • Examples of adjective
    1. That’s because the noun, by virtue of its use as a hyphenated compound adjective in middle-age spread, creates nail-nibbling self-doubt amid visions of muffin-top midriffs and the realization that paunchiness precludes raunchiness.
    2. ‘Complicated’ is a predicative adjective in the sentence ‘Grammar is complicated.’
    3. In the sentence "That house seems haunted!", 'that house' is the subject and 'haunted' is the subject complement (in this case an adjective).
    4. Note: usually used as an adjective - "She was still virgo intacta."
    5. The adjective "heavy" can be used gradably: one thing can be more or less heavy than another.
    6. The Labour leader did not describe Conservative Britain as "class-ridden, lethargic and stulted" (an adjective which still eludes the OED).
    7. Amy Reynaldo, the Crossword Fiend blogger, labels the richest alphabetical specimens as Scrabbly, an adjective I'm happy to spread.
  • Examples of adjectives
    1. Note: In English they are the same as the demonstrative adjectives - this, that, these and those
    2. Adjectives and nouns should agree in gender, number, and case. ‎
    3. "My", "its" and "his" are possessive adjectives.
    4. Meus and tuus are called adjectival pronouns – or alternatively possessive adjectives.
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Source: Wiktionary
Difficultness: Level 4
Easy     ➨     Difficult
Definiteness: Level 1
Definite    ➨     Versatile