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The Adjective

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The Adjective

1.Proper adjectives

A Portuguese sailor

The English teacher




The Indian plains

2. Descriptive Adjectives- indicating a quality or state restricting the application of a noun to such a person or thing as possesses the quality or state denoted by the adjective:

a brave boy, a sick lion, a large field

3. Quantitative Adjectives

Much, little nom none, some, any, enough, sufficient, all, whole, half etc

!!! NO is always an adjective, NONE is always a pronoun.

Adjectives of quantity are always followed by a singular noun: this noun must always be a noun if material or an abstract noun.

4. Numeral Adjectives

May be: definite (cardinals, ordinals, multiplicative)

Indefinite: all, some, enough, no, many, few. Etc

! a definite numeral can be made indefinite by placing the word” some” or “about” before it.

5. Demonstrative Adjectives

Definite: this, that, such, the same, the other, these, those

Indefinite: ,a, an, one, any, a certain, such, some, another, other.

6. Distributive Adjectives: each, every, either, and neither.

Usage of Adjectives

They may be used as:

A.   Attributes

The following types of adjectives may only be used as attributely:

  1. words with strong emotive value:

you poor man, my dear lady, that wretched woman.

  1. intensifying Adjectives

Emphasizers have an intensifying effect:

a certain winner, pure fabrication, a clear failure, a mere repetition, an outright lie, a sure sign, a simple truth, a true scholar, a real hero, a definite loss

Amplifiers scale upwards from an assumed norm. Some may be used predicatively:

a complete victory= the victory was complete

but only attributively in “ a complete fool”, “ a total nonsense”, a great supporter, a perfect idiot, an extreme enemy , the absolute limit, a close friend, the very end, his entire salary, a firm friend

Downtoners have a lowering effect

”a slight effort” a feeble joke.

ABOUT

Angry (also with)

Annoyed (also at)

Anxious (also for)

Careful

Certain

Crazy

Earnest

Happy

Mad (also after, for, on)

Particular

Pleased (also at)

Soliticious

Sorry

Sure (also to)

Worried

AT

Amazed

Amused

Astonished

Bad

Charmed (also with)

Clever

Delighted

Disgusted

Displeased

Excited

Frightened

Good

Hopeless

Incensed

Indignant

Irritated

Offended

Pleased

Puzzled

Quick

Skilful (also in)

Slow

Surprised

Staggered

Vexed

BY

Affected

Appalled

Impressed

Disgusted (also with, at)

FOR

Adequate

Anxious

Apt

Beneficial

Concerned (also with)

Convenient

Dying

Eager (also to)

Essential

Hungry

Inadequate

Inclined

Fit

Mad

Prepared

Sorry

Sufficient

FROM

Alien (also to)

Different

Immune

Opposite

Suffering

IN

Deficient

Diffident

Engaged (also to)

Experienced

Fortunate

Immersed

Interested

Justified

Lucky

Mistaken

Outstanding

Persistent

Proficient

Skilful (also at)

Unsuccessful

 

OF

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Accused

Ashamed

Aware

Capable

Conscious

Convinced

Envious

Fond

Guilty

Ignorant

Independent

Innocent

Jealous

Proud

Scared

Short

Sick

Sure

Tired (also with)

Typical

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Worthy

ON

Based

Bent

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Reliant

Resolvent

Set

Sweet

TO

Able



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Attentive

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Beneficial

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Close

Convenient

Cruel

Eager (also about)

Faithful

Hostile

Immortal

Inclined

Inconceivable

Indifferent

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Kind

Opposed

Parallel

Related

Rude

Subject

Superior

Used

WITH

Busy

Charmed (also with)

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Comparable

Concerned

Connected

Consistent

Contented

Conversant

Delirious

Disgusted (also by)

Dissatisfied

Enchanted

Exhausted

Exited

Familiar

Furious

Identical

Impatient

Incensed

Indignant (also at)

Infatuated

Obsessed

Occupied

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Tired (also of)

Vexed (also at).



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