• Submitted By: comelbaby
  • Date Submitted: 06/25/2013 8:18 AM
  • Category: Technology
  • Words: 358
  • Page: 2
  • Views: 86

What is adjctive?
An adjective is a word that describes a nouns.
 Sweet
 Fast
 Silly
 Good

An Adjective can tell what kind or how many.
 Big
 Hot
 Purple
 One
 Many
 Some
 Few

Descriptive Adjective.

Descriptive adjective tell us about the colour, shape, size or condition of nouns.

Eg. i) My new car is dark grey in colour.
ii) My hair is black in colour.
iii) I love cold weather.

Adjective of Quanlity

Adjective of quanlity tell us the amount or the number of things.
Eg.i) There were no biscuits in the tin.
ii) Aiman has enough money to buy the bat.
iii) King liftd the heavy box.

Procession Adjective
Adjective that show possession are called Possenssion Adjectives. Example of other possession adjectives are ‘your’, ‘her’, ‘his’, ‘our’, ‘their’, and ‘my’.
Eg.i) Stop telling me your problem.
ii) They will keep their promise.
iii) We will do our best.
Comparison and superlative
Single-syllable adjectives use –er and –est
 Add –er to most adjectives to compare two things.
 Add –est to most adjectives to compare three or more things.
Positive Comparative Superlative
tall taller tallest
cheap cheaper cheapest

Ali is a tall man.
Abu is taller than ali.
Ahmad is the tallest man in the room.

Two-syllable adjectives use -y, -er and –est
Positive Comparative Superlative
lovely lovelier loveliest
easy easier easiest

This is a lovely day.
This is a lovelier day than yesterday.
This is the loveliest day of the year.

Comparison with more and most
 Use more and most with adjectives of two or more syllable.
 Use more to compare two things.
 Use most to compare three or more things.
Positive Comparative Superlative
famous more famous most famous
difficult More difficult (the) most difficult

John is a famous explorer.
Adam is more famous than John.
Kavin is the most famous...