ADJECTIVES - THE QUALIFIERS

ADJECTIVES

07 Jun 2018


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Adjectives are qualifying words. An adjective may qualify a noun or a pronoun. Sometimes many adjectives are used in a certain order to denote the quality or quantity of a single noun. 

Adjectives are qualifying words. An adjective may qualify a noun or a pronoun. Sometimes many adjectives are used in a certain order to denote the quality or quantity of a single noun.
Adjectives are qualifying words. An adjective may qualify a noun or a pronoun. Sometimes many adjectives are used in a certain order to denote the quality or quantity of a single noun.
Adjectives are qualifying words. An adjective may qualify a noun or a pronoun. Sometimes many adjectives are used in a certain order to denote the quality or quantity of a single noun.
Adjectives are qualifying words. An adjective may qualify a noun or a pronoun. Sometimes many adjectives are used in a certain order to denote the quality or quantity of a single noun.

Spot the adjectives in the following sentences. 
You are a great teacher. 
Alexander the Great travelled very long distance to reach India. 
Good students are always to open to sound advice. 
You are a great teacher. 
Alexander the Great travelled very long distance to reach India. 
Good students are always to open to sound advice. 
You are a great teacher. 
Alexander the Great travelled very long distance to reach India. 
Good students are always to open to sound advice. 

Underlined words are adjectives in the following sentences. 
You are a great teacher. 
Alexander the Great travelled very long distance to reach India. 
Good students are always to open to sound advice. 
You are a great teacher. 
Alexander the Great travelled very long distance to reach India. 
Good students are always to open to sound advice. 
You are a great teacher. 
Alexander the Great travelled very long distance to reach India. 
Good students are always to open to sound advice.