Articles Worksheets

Articles Worksheets Here, several Articles Worksheets have been provided for your practice to be perfect in the chapter of the articles. The usage of Articles in English Grammar has been explained in a detailed manner on the other page of this website. First, you go through that page and then […]

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Articles in English Grammar

What Are Articles In English Grammar? ‘Articles’ chapter is an important component of English Grammar. It is highly useful for the students and the candidates appearing for competitive exams.   Basically, Articles in English Grammar are demonstrative adjectives used to describe nouns. They are used before Common Nouns and Phrases.  […]

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Degrees of Comparison 

Degrees of Comparison   Definition: A degree of comparison is the form of an adjective or an adverb used to compare two or more things.  These Adjectives or Adverbs have three degrees of comparison namely, Positive, Comparative and Superlative.   Examples:  Snehith is a clever student.  (Positive Degree) Snehith is cleverer […]

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What is an Adjective?

 What is an Adjective?   ADJECTIVE – adds something to the meaning of a noun. What is an Adjective? An adjective is a word or group of words used to describe or modify a noun or pronoun. It usually adds something to their meaning. The adjectives are usually used before […]

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List of Verbs, Nouns, Adjectives and Adverbs

List of Verbs, Nouns, Adjectives and Adverbs  It is very important to know how the words will change from one part of speech to another. For example, a noun beauty can be written as beautiful in adjective form beautifully in adverb form and beautify in the verb form. This kind […]

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Formation of Adjectives

Formation of Adjectives   It is very important to know the formation of Adjectives. The adjectives can be formed from the nouns, the verbs and other adjectives by adding prefixes and suffixes.    Common suffixes used to form adjectives:   A suffix is a letter or group of letters added […]

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Compound Adjectives

Compound Adjectives Compound Adjectives are generally formed by combining two or more words together. Here both these words are linked with a hyphen to avoid any kind of confusion and ambiguity.   Just observe the following sentences to know the importance of the hyphen. (small dash) There is a man […]

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Relative Adjectives

  Relative Adjectives The adjectives that are used to modify nouns and introduce relative clauses are called Relative Adjectives. What, which, whatever, and whichever are relative adjectives and they stand before a noun.   Examples for Relative Adjective ‘What’   He did not say what help he wanted from me. […]

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Participle Adjectives

Participle Adjectives   Participle Adjectives are quite confusing because they appear to be verbs as they end in ….ED or ..ING. The participles are two types. The present participle, which ends in –ING, and the past participle, which ends in -ED.  In past participle, some words also end in EN, […]

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Exclamatory Adjectives

Exclamatory Adjectives   Exclamatory Adjectives are used with the nouns and indicate strong emotion. Here the question word ‘what’ is used to express the strong emotion.  This type of sentence ends with an exclamation mark.   Examples of Exclamatory Adjective in Sentences:  What a genius! What nonsense this is! What […]

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Interrogative Adjectives

Interrogative Adjectives The Adjectives that modifies a noun or a pronoun by asking a question is called Interrogative Adjectives. There are three interrogative adjectives in English.   They are: what, which, and whose We use these adjectives to ask a question as:   Whose car is this? What book have you […]

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Emphasizing Adjectives

  What is an Adjective?   ADJECTIVE – adds something to the meaning of a noun. What is an Adjective? An adjective is a word or group of words used to describe or modify a noun or pronoun. It usually adds something to their meaning. The adjectives are usually used […]

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Possessive Adjectives

Possessive Adjectives (Pronominal) Possessive Adjectives are used to show that someone owns or possesses something. We use these adjectives attributively before a noun that it modifies. Below is given a table which provides not only Possessive Adjectives but also the Pronouns in different forms for clear understanding. Persons Personal Pronoun […]

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Distributive Adjectives

Distributive Adjectives Distributive Adjectives point out the persons or things named individually or collectively. There are only a few adjectives belonging to Distributive Adjectives. They are….   Each Every Either Neither   Examples of EACH: Each player has to play well. A teacher must know each child personally. Each member […]

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Demonstrative Adjectives

Demonstrative Adjectives Demonstrative Adjectives show which or what specific persons, places or things are intended to be pointed out.  These have special, peculiar and simple functions used to specify a noun and placed close to that noun in a sentence.   These adjectives answer the question: (Which one?)   These […]

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