Types of Adjectives
All the students should know about the types of adjectives. Adjectives are one of the most interesting parts of speech that we have. Adjectives help to describe the quality, facts, quantity, and more. It also describes a noun and pronoun by giving additional information. Without adjectives, people will not understand or we can say will not receive proper information about nouns or pronouns. Many types of adjectives can be used by students in different sentences. Comparative adjectives can be used by the students in sentences that involve the comparison of two different people or things. For example words like more, faster, reasonable, and more can be used in the comparative adjectives. Superlative adjectives are used to compare two or more people or things to indicate which is best or extreme. Some examples of superlative adjectives include the smartest, loudest, most impressive, and least valuable words. A predicate adjective is an adjective that appears as the subject object rather than immediately next to the noun or pronoun it modifies in the sentence predicate. Predicate adjectives follow connecting verbs in sentences and subordinate clauses. Compound adjectives are usually multi-word adjectives joined by a hyphen. Some examples of compound adjectives include endless, strabismus, and fluency. Possessive adjectives are often used to express possession or possession. The most commonly used possessive adjectives are my, yours, him, and more. These were some of the types of adjectives.
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