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Test: Type I (Adjectives) - Question 1

Which of the following is an adjective?

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An adjective is a word that describes or modifies a noun. In this case, "blue" is a color that can describe a noun, like a blue car.

Test: Type I (Adjectives) - Question 2

What is the adjective in the sentence:
"The tall tree provides shade."

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The adjective "tall" is used to describe the noun "tree."

Test: Type I (Adjectives) - Question 3

Choose the correct adjective to complete the sentence:
"The ____ cat jumped onto the fence."

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"Loud" is an adjective that can describe the noun "cat."

Test: Type I (Adjectives) - Question 4

Which of the following words is NOT an adjective?

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"Play" is a verb, not an adjective. The other options are adjectives that can describe nouns.
 

Test: Type I (Adjectives) - Question 5

What does the adjective "happy" describe?

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The adjective "happy" is often used to describe a person's mood or emotional state, such as "happy child" or "happy teacher."

Test: Type I (Adjectives) - Question 6

He was beaten at his own game. The underlined word is:

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In the sentence "He was beaten at his own game," the word "own" is an emphasizing adjective. It emphasizes that the game in question belonged to him, and that he was therefore particularly vulnerable or exposed by being defeated in it.

Emphasizing adjectives are used to place emphasis on a particular quality or characteristic of the noun they modify. They add extra emphasis or weight to the meaning of the sentence, and can help to make it more vivid or dramatic.

Other examples of emphasizing adjectives include "utter," "complete," "total," "absolute," "outright," and "unmitigated."

Test: Type I (Adjectives) - Question 7

He did not eat any bread.

The word ‘any’ shows adjective of:

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The word 'any' is used to indicate quantity, so the answer is (b) Quantity. It is a determiner that is used to refer to an indefinite or negative amount of something.

Test: Type I (Adjectives) - Question 8

Adjective opposite in meaning to the word ‘beautiful’ is:

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The adjective opposite in meaning to the word 'beautiful' is (a) Ugly. 'Beautiful' means pleasing to the senses or mind, while 'ugly' means unpleasant or unattractive to look at. Therefore, 'ugly' is the opposite of 'beautiful'. 'Bad', 'worst', and 'worse' are not opposite in meaning to 'beautiful', as they do not relate to physical appearance or aesthetic appeal.

Test: Type I (Adjectives) - Question 9

The comparative degree of an adjective denotes a higher degree of the quantity than the_________.

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The comparative degree of an adjective denotes a higher degree of the quantity than the (a) positive degree. The positive degree of an adjective is the simple form of the adjective used to describe a quality or attribute. The comparative degree is used to compare two things or people and denote a higher degree of the quality or attribute in one of them. The superlative degree is used to compare three or more things or people and denote the highest degree of the quality or attribute in one of them. Therefore, the comparative degree is higher than the positive degree, but lower than the superlative degree.

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