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List of Adjectives

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List of Adjectives

Adjectives describe or indicate the degree of nouns or pronouns. Also, they are occasionally used after linking verbs.

abrupt
acidic
adorable
adventurous
aggressive
agitated
alert
aloof
amiable
amused
annoyed
antsy
anxious
appalling
appetizing
apprehensive
arrogant
ashamed
astonishing
attractive
average
batty
beefy
bewildered
biting
bitter
bland
blushing
bored
brave
bright
broad
bulky
burly
charming
cheeky
cheerful
chubby
clean
clear
cloudy
clueless
clumsy
colorful
colossal
combative
comfortable
condemned
condescending
confused
contemplative
convincing
convoluted
cooperative
corny
costly
courageous
crabby
creepy
crooked
cruel
cumbersome
curved
cynical
dangerous
dashing
decayed
deceitful
deep
defeated
defiant
delicious
delightful
depraved
depressed
despicable
determined
dilapidated
diminutive
disgusted
distinct
distraught
distressed
disturbed
dizzy
drab
drained
dull
eager
ecstatic
elated
elegant
emaciated
embarrassed
enchanting
encouraging
energetic
enormous
enthusiastic
envious
exasperated
excited
exhilarated
extensive
exuberant
fancy
fantastic
fierce
filthy
flat
floppy
fluttering
foolish
frantic
fresh
friendly
frightened
frothy
frustrating
funny
fuzzy
gaudy
gentle
ghastly
giddy
gigantic
glamorous
gleaming
glorious
gorgeous
graceful
greasy
grieving
gritty
grotesque
grubby
grumpy
handsome
happy
harebrained
healthy
helpful
helpless
high
hollow
homely
horrific
huge
hungry
hurt
icy
ideal
immense
impressionable
intrigued
irate
irritable
itchy
jealous
jittery
jolly
joyous
juicy
jumpy
kind
lackadaisical
large
lazy
lethal
little
lively
livid
lonely
loose
lovely
lucky
ludicrous
macho
magnificent
mammoth
maniacal
massive
melancholy
melted
miniature
minute
mistaken
misty
moody
mortified
motionless
muddy
mysterious
narrow
nasty
naughty
nervous
nonchalant
nonsensical
nutritious
nutty
obedient
oblivious
obnoxious
odd
old-fashioned
outrageous
panicky
perfect
perplexed
petite
petty
plain
pleasant
poised
pompous
precious
prickly
proud
pungent
puny
quaint
quizzical
ratty
reassured
relieved
repulsive
responsive
ripe
robust
rotten
rotund
rough
round
salty
sarcastic
scant
scary
scattered
scrawny
selfish
shaggy
shaky
shallow
sharp
shiny
short
silky
silly
skinny
slimy
slippery
small
smarmy
smiling
smoggy
smooth
smug
soggy
solid
sore
sour
sparkling
spicy
splendid
spotless
square
stale
steady
steep
sticky
stormy
stout
straight
strange
strong
stunning
substantial
successful
succulent
superficial
superior
swanky
sweet
tart
tasty
teeny
tender
tense
terrible
testy
thankful
thick
thoughtful
thoughtless
tight
timely
tricky
trite
troubled
twitter pated
uneven
unsightly
upset
uptight
vast
vexed
victorious
virtuous
vivacious
vivid
wacky
weary
whimsical
whopping
wicked
witty
wobbly
wonderful
worried
yummy
zany
zealous

zippy

PRIME NUMBERS WORKSHEET


PRIME NUMBERS WORKSHEET

Prime Numbers 120 Worksheet
Is 10 a prime number?

Is 8 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 12 a prime number?

 Is 7 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 18 a prime number?

Is 15 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 9 a prime number?

 Is 19 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 3 a prime number?

Is 14 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 2 a prime number?

Is 20 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 13 a prime number?

Is 6 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 11 a prime number?

Is 17 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 16 a prime number?

Is 1 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 5 a prime number?

Is 4 a prime number?
___________ ___________

Prime Numbers 1100 Worksheet
Is 93 a prime number?

Is 89 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 57 a prime number?

Is 29 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 59 a prime number?

Is 87 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 43 a prime number?

Is 71 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 35 a prime number?

Is 11 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 49 a prime number?

Is 65 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 83 a prime number?

Is 81 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 39 a prime number?

 Is 3 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 5 a prime number?

Is 63 a prime number?
___________ ___________
Is 27 a prime number?

 Is 73 a prime number?

___________ ___________

KINDS OF ADJECTIVES


KINDS OF ADJECTIVES

Adjectives are words that are used to describe (what kind of?) nouns and pronouns and to quantify (how much of?) and identify (which one?) them. In a nutshell, Adjectives are what define nouns and give them characteristics to differentiate them from other nouns. For example:
He was wearing a blue shirt.
Here ‘blue’ is an adjective as it is describing the noun ‘shirt’ by answering the question ‘what kind of shirt?’
There are seven rooms in the house.
Here ‘Seven’ is also an adjective as it’s telling the quantity/the number of the noun ‘rooms’, answering the question ‘how many rooms?’.
There are different types of adjectives based upon their effect on a noun and what do they tell about the noun. There are five categories of adjectives
1.Adjectives of Quality - These adjectives are used to describe the nature of a noun. They give an idea about the characteristics of the noun by answering the question ‘what kind’.
Honest, Kind, Large, Bulky, Beautiful, Ugly etc.
New Delhi is a large city with many historical monuments.
Sheila is a beautiful woman.
2.Adjectives of Quantity - These adjectives help to show the amount or the approximate amount of the noun or pronoun. These adjectives do not provide exact numbers; rather they tell us the amount of the noun in relative or whole terms.
All, Half, Many, Few, Little, No, Enough, Great etc.
They have finished most of the rice.
Many people came to visit the fair.
3.Adjectives of Number - These adjectives are used to show the number of nouns and their place in an order. There are three different sections within adjectives of number; they are -
Definite Numeral Adjective - Those which clearly denote an exact number of nouns or the order of the noun.
One, Two, Twenty, Thirty-Three etc. also known as Cardinals.
First, Second, Third, Seventh etc. also known as Ordinals.
Indefinite Numeral Adjective - Those adjectives that do not give an exact numerical amount but just give a general idea of the amount.
Some, Many, Few, Any, Several, All etc.
E.g.: There were many people present at the meeting.
Distributive Numeral Adjective -Those adjectives that are used to refer to individual nouns within the whole amount.
Either, Neither, Each, Another, Other etc.
Taxes have to be paid by every employed citizen.
4. Demonstrative Adjectives - These adjectives are used to point out or indicate a particular noun or pronoun using the adjectives - This, That, Theseand Those.
That bag belongs to Neil.
Try using this paintbrush in art class.
I really like those shoes.
These flowers are lovely.
5. Interrogative Adjectives - These adjectives are used to ask questions about nouns or in relation to nouns, they are - Where, What, Which and Whose.
Where did he say he was going?
What assignment did I miss out on?
Which is your favorite author?
Whose pen is this?
In some instances, we find that we need to use more than one adjective to describe a noun in a satisfactory manner. In these cases, commas are used to separate the adjectives but some series of adjectives do not require a comma. Therefore, we need to know the difference between Coordinate and Non-coordinate Adjectives -
Coordinate Adjectives - Are those words which can be re-arranged in the series easily and are still grammatically sound. This kind of series makes use of commas. This series can also insert ‘and’ between them and still be correct.
She was a kind, generous, loving human being.
She was a generous, loving, kind human being.
She was a loving, kind and generous human being.
Here we can see that all three sentences are grammatically correct. In this case, the adjectives only need to be separated by commas.
Non-coordinate Adjectives - These are those adjectives which cannot be rearranged in the series. These do not use commas to separate the adjectives. Also, this kind of series do not make sense if we insert ‘and’ between them.
She has two energetic playful dogs.
She has playful two energetic dogs.
She has energetic and playful and two dogs.
Here we see that only the first sentence makes sense and is grammatically correct. The second and third ones are incorrect. Hence, the sentence uses non-coordinate adjectives and does not need commas.
There are certain rules regarding the placement of different kinds of adjectives in a sentence. The general order followed is -
1.Determiners – These are the various articles (the, a, an), demonstratives (this, that, these, those), possessives (my, mine, your, yours, -‘s), quantifiers (all, many etc.), numerals (one, twenty, thirty-seven etc.) and distributives (each, every, neither, either)
2.Observations/Quantity and Opinion - Then come the adjectives that give a quantity (also known as post-determiners) and subjective opinion to the noun, telling ‘how much’ and ‘how was’ the noun.
Few, Most, One, Three/ Beautiful, Ugly, Difficult etc.
The beautiful house.
3.Size - The position after Observations is for the adjectives that tell about the size of the noun, they can be used for an object as well as living thing.
Huge, Little, Bulky, Thin, Vast, Tiny, Lean etc
The beautiful little house.
4.Age -Then is the turn of the Adjectives that tell about the age of a noun either by itself or in relation to another noun.
Young, Old, Teenage, Mature, Recent, Bygone etc.
The beautiful little old house.
5.Shape - Next are the adjectives that tell about the shape or appearance of the noun.
Circular, Crooked, Triangular, Oval, Wavy, Straights etc.
The beautiful little old square house.
6.Colour - After that are the adjectives that tell the shade and hue of a noun.
Pastel, Red, Blue, Metallic, Colourless, Translucent etc.
The beautiful square blue coloured house.
7.Origin - Next are the adjectives that show the different geographical locations associated with a noun.
Southern, Northern, Lunar, Mexican, French etc.
The beautiful blue coloured Mexican house.
8. Material - Next are the adjectives that talk about the raw material or texture of the objects or the behaviour of the living nouns.
Wooden, Plastic, Steely, Metallic, Cottony etc.
The beautiful Mexican limestone house.
9.Qualifier – Lastly, the qualifier or the grammatical modifier comes, which is an additional word or phrase provided to change the meaning of the noun in a sentence.
Pink + eye, Royal + treatment, Hot + fudge etc.
The beautiful Mexican limestone doll house.
List of Adjectives, Adjective Examples
Abundant
Chubby
Fearless
Lively
Sharp
Accurate
Clean
Fertile
Lonely
Shiny
Addicted
Clever
Filthy
Loud
Shocking
Adorable
Clumsy
Foolish
Lovely
Short
Adventurous
Cold
Forgetful
Lucky
Shy
Afraid
Colorful
Friendly
Macho
Silly
Aggressive
Comfortable
Funny
Magical
Sincere
Alcoholic
Concerned
Gentle
Magnificent
Skinny
Alert
Confused
Glamorous
Massive
Slim
Aloof
Crowded
Glorious
Mature
Slow
Ambitious
Cruel
Gorgeous
Mean
Small
Ancient
Curious
Graceful
Messy
Soft
Angry
Curly
Grateful
Modern
Spicy
Animated
Cute
Great
Narrow
Spiritual
Annoying
Damaged
Greedy
Nasty
Splendid
Anxious
Dangerous
Green
Naughty
Strong
Arrogant
Dark
Handsome
Nervous
Successful
Ashamed
Deep
Happy
New
Sweet
Attractive
Defective
Harsh
Noisy
Talented
Auspicious
Delicate
Healthy
Nutritious
Tall
Awesome
Delicious
Heavy
Obedient
Tasty
Awful
Depressed
Helpful
Obese
Tense
Bad
Determined
Hilarious
Obnoxious
Terrible
Bashful
Different
Historical
Old
Terrific
Beautiful
Dirty
Horrible
Overconfident
Thick
Belligerent
Disgusting
Hot
Peaceful
Thin
Beneficial
Dry
Huge
Pink
Tiny
Best
Dusty
Humorous
Polite
Ugly
Big
Early
Hungry
Poor
Unique
Bitter
Educated
Ignorant
Powerful
Untidy
Bizarre
Efficient
Illegal
Precious
Upset
Black
Elderly
Imaginary
Pretty
Victorious
Blue
Elegant
Impolite
Proud
Violent
Boring
Embarrassed
Important
Quick
Vulgar
Brainy
Empty
Impossible
Quiet
Warm
Bright
Encouraging
Innocent
Rapid
Weak
Broad
Enthusiastic
Intelligent
Rare
Wealthy
Broken
Excellent
Interesting
Red
Wide
Busy
Exciting
Jealous
Remarkable
Wise
Calm
Expensive
Jolly
Responsible
Witty
Capable
Fabulous
Juicy
Rich
Wonderful
Careful
Fair
Juvenile
Romantic
Worried
Careless
Faithful
Kind
Royal
Young
Caring
Famous
Large
Rude
Youthful
Cautious
Fancy
Legal
Scintillating
Zealous
Charming
Fantastic
Light
Secretive
Cheap
Fast
Literate
Selfish
Cheerful
Fearful
Little
Serious