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Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 1

Form an adjective from the given noun:

mischief 

Detailed Solution for Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 1

Option B is correct because the suffix -ous turns the noun into an adjective, giving it the meaning 'full of'. In the sentence, "Robert is a mischievous boy", the adjective 'mischievous' modifies the noun boy i.e. Robert. Option A is incorrect because the letter f is dropped while adding the suffix -ous to it, and v is added in its place. Mischiefic and mischieful do not exist in the dictionary, they're not used in Standard English, hence options C and D are incorrect.

Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 2

Identify the option with a descriptive adjective.

She was adorned with sparkling jewels.

Detailed Solution for Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 2

Option A contains the adjective 'sparkling' which describes the quality of the jewels. It answers the question, what kind? Hence option A is correct. Option B is incorrect because it's a verb. Option C is incorrect because option B is not an adjective. Option D is incorrect because option A has an adjective.

Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 3

Identify the Descriptive Adjective or Adjective of Quality in the following sentence:

An enormous bird flew into our kitchen.

Detailed Solution for Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 3

An adjective modifies a noun by naming an attribute or quality of it, hence Option B is correct because 'enormous' is an adjective that describes the bird in terms of its size. Options A and C are nouns, hence they're incorrect. Option D is incorrect because it's a verb.

Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 4

Replace the noun with a corresponding adjective:

The event was a success.  

Detailed Solution for Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 4

Option B is correct because the adjective 'successful' means 'full of success', this is relevant to the meaning of the sentence since we referring to an event that went well. Option A is incorrect because the adjective means 'following one another in an order", when used here it changes the meaning of the sentence. The words successic and successous do not exist in the English language, hence options C and D are incorrect.

Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 5

Form an adjective from the given noun:

rust 

Detailed Solution for Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 5

Option D is correct because the suffix -ic forms an adjective of the given noun, attributing it with the meaning 'of or pertaining to'. In the sentence "The bride wanted to have a rustic setting for her wedding ceremony", the adjective 'rustic' modifies the noun 'setting'. The words rustive, rustful and rustous do not exist in Standard English, hence options A, B and C are incorrect.

Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 6

Define and identify compound adjectives:

My dog is well-trained.

Detailed Solution for Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 6

A compound adjective is made up of two words, linked with a hyphen. 'Well-trained' is a compound adjective made up of two adjectives, 'well' and 'trained' that are joined to modify the same noun 'dog', the hyphen is used to avoid ambiguity in the meaning of the sentence. Hence option B is correct. If the hyphen is removed, the meaning of the sentence changes and if any one adjective is omitted, the sentence sounds incomplete. Option A is incorrect because it's a noun. Option C is incorrect because Option A is not an adjective. Option D is incorrect because option B has a compound adjective.

Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 7

Form an adjective from the given noun:

Influence 

Detailed Solution for Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 7

Option C is correct because the suffix '-ial' transforms the given noun to an adjective, attributing it as 'having the quality of'. In "He belongs to an influential family", the adjective 'influential' modifies the noun 'family'. The word 'influenced' is a verb, not an adjective, hence option A is incorrect. Options B and D are incorrect because the words do not exist in the English language.

Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 8

Select the most appropriate option to fill in the blank from the given alternatives:

Sam is the ________ swimmer on our team.

Detailed Solution for Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 8

The adjectives that are used to describe the nature of a subject or a noun or showing the kind or quality of nouns or pronouns are called Adjective of Quality. 
Option A: It is used with plural countable and uncountable nouns. But it not used while comparing between two things, which is the case here. 
Option B: As a determiner this is used to identify a specific person or thing close at hand or being experienced, which is also inappropriate over here. 
Option C: two is a number
Option D: Is an adjective of Quality which describes Sam and his swimming. 
Option D is the correct choice. 

Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 9

Identify the correct adjective form of the given noun:

taste

Detailed Solution for Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 9

Option B is correct because 'tasteful' is the adjective form of 'taste'. It refers to someone or something with good taste/choice. For e.g., 'a masonic hall of tasteful design'.
Option A: 'Tastefulness' is a noun.
Options C and D: The words 'tastive' and 'tastible' do not exist in Standard English.
Hence options A, C and D are incorrect.

Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 10

Select the most appropriate option to fill in the blank from the given alternatives.

Sachin Tendulkar is a ___________ cricketer.

Detailed Solution for Test: The Adjective- 1 - Question 10

An adjective modifies the noun by describing it. The blank is before the noun, hence we need to fill it with an adjective. Option B is correct because it's an adjective 'famous' that modifies the noun 'cricketer'. The words fame, honesty, and courage are nouns that cannot modify another noun, cricketer, hence options A, C and D are incorrect.

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