Find the Adjective in the Sentence – Online Quiz to Solve

Here are some adjectives in sentences. You need to find the adjective in the sentence and find out which class each of them belongs to.

Find the Adjective in the Sentence

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Find the Adjective in the Sentence

Questions - 7

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I will not say the same thing twice.

2 / 7

Several people were there during Tsunami.

3 / 7

Every boy has his destiny.

4 / 7

A live resource is better than the dead one.

5 / 7

He made several calls to you.

6 / 7

My car sustained heavy loss

7 / 7

Every student must have a duty to perform.

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Find the adjective in the sentence below and write their class as well.

  1. My car sustained heavy loss.
  2. He made several calls to you.
  3. Every boy has his destiny.
  4. A live resource is better than the dead one.
  5. Everyone must have a duty to perform.
  6. I will not say the same thing twice.
  7. Several people were there during Tsunami. 

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  1. My car sustained heavy loss. (Adjective of Quality)
  2. He made several calls to you. (Adjective of Numbers)
  3. Every boy has his destiny. (Distributive Adjective)
  4. A live resource is better than the dead one. (Adjective of Quality)
  5. Every student must have a duty to perform. (Distributive Adjective)
  6. I will not say the same thing twice. (Adjective of Numbers)
  7. Several people were there during Tsunami. (Distributive Adjective)

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Find the adjective in the sentence below and write their class as well.

  1. You should not be a person of few words.
  2. Neither competitor is the winner. 
  3. What time is by your watch?
  4. Which shirt will you put on today?
  5. The path is lengthy and difficult.
  6. He hears the news every day.
  7. I feel avoided for several days. 

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  1. You should not be a person of few words. (Adjective of Numbers)
  2. Neither competitor is the winner. (Distributive Adjective)
  3. What time is by your watch? (Interrogative Adjective)
  4. Which shirt will you put on today? (Interrogative Adjective)
  5. The path is lengthy and difficult. (Adjective of Quality) 
  6. He hears the news every day. (Distributive Adjective)
  7. I feel avoided for several days. (Adjective of Numbers)

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Find the adjective in the sentence below and write their class as well.

  1. You do much talk and little deed. 
  2. Sharmila won the second prize.
  3. She jumped from the great height of the building.
  4. Ramashanker came from Canada last week.
  5. The brave die a glorious death.
  6. A small loophole may drown us.
  7. Good supports need no explanation.

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  1. You do much talk and little deed. (Adjective of Quantity)
  2. Sharmila won the second prize. (Adjective of Numbers)
  3. She jumped from the great height of the building. (Adjective of Quality)
  4. Ramashanker came from Canada last week. (Adjective of Numbers)
  5. The brave die a glorious death. (Adjective of Quality)
  6. A small loophole may drown us. (Adjective of Quality) 
  7. Good supports need no explanation. (Adjective of Quality)

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  1. A little boy is grazing his cows. 
  2. Mr. Sharma is a hearty teacher in our school.
  3. In difficulties, the only patient person may sustain. 
  4. You can find the post office in the next house.
  5. Some people are godlike.
  6. A cross baby suffers an inferiority complex.
  7. She was just an ill wind in his life. 

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  1. A little boy is grazing his cows. (Adjective of Quality)
  2. Mr. Sharma is a hearty teacher in our school. (Adjective of Quality)
  3. In difficulties, the only patient person may sustain. (Adjective of Quality)
  4. You can find the post office in the next house. (Adjective of Numbers)
  5. Some people are godlike. (Adjective of Numbers)
  6. A cross baby suffers an inferiority complex. (Adjective of Quality)
  7. She was just an ill wind in his life. (Adjective of Quality)

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