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Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 1

Choose the correct adjective to complete the sentence:
The ________ mountain peak was covered in snow.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 1

The word “covered” implies that the mountain peak has a layer of something on it. “Snowy” is the adjective that best describes a mountain peak covered in snow.

Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 2

Fill in the blank with the most appropriate option:

Actions speak _________ than words.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 2

Comparative adjectives are used to compare differences between the two objects. In this case, actions and words have been compared. Options C and B are superlative. Option D is comparative. Option E is an adverb which describes an adjective. Option B is having a less in front of the comparative adjective which is not required.
loud < louder < loudest
Option D is correct. 

Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 3

Which of the following words is not a demonstrative adjective?

Detailed Solution for Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 3

Out of the given options, the word 'they' is not a demonstrative adjective as it does not indicate any noun.

Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 4

Jiya is a very clever child.
The underlined adjectives denotes the

Detailed Solution for Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 4

The underlined adjective denotes the positive degree of comparison as it simply shows the quality of the noun 'Jiya', without any comparison.

Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 5

Choose the correct statement.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 5

Out of the given statements, the statement 'Interrogative adjectives are always used in interrogative sentences' is correct.

Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 6

These shoes are very comfortable.
Which term correctly describes the underlined word?

Detailed Solution for Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 6

The underlined word is a demonstrative adjective as it indicates the plural noun 'shoes'.

Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 7

Use the following information to answer the question that follows.

I. Not many flowers are more beautiful than the orchid.
II. Orchid is one of the most beautiful flowers.
III. Sentences I and II mean the same.

Detailed Solution for Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 7

In sentence I,the comparative form of the adjective ‘beautiful’ is used, while in sentence II, the superlative is used; however, both the sentences mean the same. Therefore, statement III is true. Hence, the correct answer is option A.

Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 8

Which of the following sentences doesn't use the adjective 'which' as an interrogative adjective?

Detailed Solution for Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 8

Out of the given sentences, the sentence 'Which team won the match today does not matter' doesn't use the interrogative adjective 'which' as it does not interrogate about any noun, and simply makes a statement.

Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 9

Those horses, living in that stable, run very fast.
How many demonstrative adjectives are there in the given sentence?

Detailed Solution for Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 9

In the given sentence, two demonstrative adjectives, 'those' and 'that', are used as they are indicating the nouns 'horses' and 'stable' respectively.

Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 10

Which sentence is grammatically correct?

Detailed Solution for Test: Type II (Adjectives) - Question 10

The adjective 'strong' is followed by the adverb 'enough' to express sufficiency.

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