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ADJECTIVES
(QUALITY, QUANTITY, NUMERAL, DEMONSTRATIVE, POSSESIVE,
INTEROGGATIVE, DISTRIBUTIVE, PROPER, INDEFINITE, ARTICLE
ADJECTIVES)
BY : Dian Fadhilawati, M.Pd.
(Islamic University of Balitar)
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After joining teaching learning process the
students are able to:
1.Define what is Adjective?
2.Mention and explain the type of Adjectives
3.Use Adjectives correctly and appropriately.
WHAT IS ADJECTIVE?
TYPES OF ADJECTIVES
• Adjective of Quality
• Adjective of Quantity
• Numeral Adjectives
• Demonstrative Adjectives
• Possessive Adjectives
• Interrogative Adjectives
• Distributive Adjectives
• Proper Adjectives
• Indefinite Adjectives
• Articles Adjectives
ADJECTIVES OF QUALITY
Adjective of Quality refers to how the quality of person or things
For examples:
 Bobby is a handsome boy
 She is a beautiful secretary
 He is a smart manager
 Deon is a clever students
 It is a comfortable sofa
EXERCISES
Please find the adjectives of quality in these following sentences!
 The hungry dog is barking
 I need to stay in a big house
 It is an expensive car.
 She is a loyal wife.
 Mr. Robby is a honest man.
ADJECTIVES OF QUANTITY
ADJECTIVES OF QUANTITY
Adjectives of quantity refers how much thing is meant or
describes the quantity of something. Adjective of quantity
answer the questions of how much or how many.
For Examples
 I need a little Sugar for my tea.
They don’t have much time.
We don’t have enough exercise these days.
 This has no meaning. All the students have passed the
exam.
There is enough petrol to reach to the destination.
He gave me some
There are hundreds of students who take part in the quiz
competition.
I know very little about classical dance.
ADJECTIVE OF QUANTITY EXERCISE
Find the adjectives of Quantity in these following
sentences!
1. Rina eats a whole apple daily.
2. Bonny ate some rice today.
3. He has only little knowledge about this project.
4. He cannot spend his all money over you.
5. There is no milk in the glass.
6. All the students have passed the exam.
7. She has enough money to enjoy the fair.
8. She was brilliant enough to pass her exam.
9. Only few birds are flying in the sky.
10. I have little interest in the sports.
NUMERAL ADJECTIVES
NUMERAL ADJECTIVES EXERCISES
Please find out the numeral adjectives of these following
sentences!
1. Two children make a family perfect.
2. Few cats are unhealthy.
3. I have eight apples and there oranges.
4. Some students are having trip to Thailand.
5. Most of the boys are selected for football competition.
6. She wrote many letters to you.
7. They have learnt Five languages.
8. There are several books in my bag.
DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES
Demonstrative Adjectives explain which the noun or pronoun we
are referring. The demonstrative adjectives include: This, That,
These, and Those.
DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES
DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES EXERCISE
Please Find out the Demonstrative Adjectives from these following sentences!
1. You can eat all of those food.
2. I found this wallet in your car.
3. These books are very expensive.
4. These cakes are delicious.
5. I have all these contracts of making government building.
6. All these bags are bought by her in Jakarta.
7. Those buildings look very beautiful.
8. I think that panther is back in the village.
9. I can make those delicious cookies again.
10. I like this cat with the black stripes, not that one with the black spots.
11. I like this brown hat with the plaid, and not that red one with the brim.
12. What do you think about this dish?
13. Those toys have to be distributed among poor people.
14. That man really loves the historical books.
15. These apples are ready to dispatch.
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES
Possessive Adjectives show ownership or
possession. Possessive Adjectives include: my,
your, his, her, its, our, and their.
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES EXERCISE
Complete these following sentences with the correct
possessive adjectives!
1. Where is (your/my/her) brother? My brother is at
school.
2. John is a smart student. (her/his/our) achievement is
very good.
3. I think this is (her/your/his) pen. She dropped it on
the floor.
4. They like (our/its/their) new teacher.
5. We love (its/our/my) classroom.
INTERROGATIVE ADJECTIVES
INTERROGATIVE ADJECTIVES EXERCISE
Please complete the following sentences with the
correct interrogative adjectives!
1. (Whose/what/why) bag is it? It is my bag
2. (Who/which /how) house you have bought? I bought
have bought the small one.
3. (Whose/Who/What) did you eat at home? I eat steak
and rice.
4. (Whose/What/How) car are you driving? I am driving
her car.
5. (Why/What/Which) Horror movie is not preferred in
your family? Because it is scary.
6. (Why/how/What) book do you like most? I Like
Novel.
7. (How many/ How often/How far) English Competition
DISTRIBUTIVE ADJECTIVES
DISTRIBUTIVE ADJECTIVES EXERCISE
Please find out the distributive adjectives of these following
sentences!
1. Each candidate was interviewed by the HR manager.
2. Each hand has five fingers.
3. Every man must do his duty.
4. My sister is not a policewoman, Neither am I.
5. Come on Tuesday or Wednesday. Either day is fine.
6. Neither boy is trustworthy.
7. My father works every day
8. Both of my them are very kind.
9. Do you have any money?
PROPER ADJECTIVESPROPER ADJECTIVE is an adjective which is formed from proper noun
Proper adjectives start with a capital letter Such as: Spanish, Russian, and
American. .
We want to discuss American Culture.
I like eating Japanese food.
It is Indonesian flag.
PROPER ADJECTIVES EXERCISES
Find out the proper adjectives of these following
sentences!
1. I like Indonesian food
2. She works in a Mexican restaurant.
3. The house was built during the Victorian era.
4. A Machiavellian battle for control of the country.
5. Her new Sony television is very expensive
INDEFINITE ADJECTIVES
INDEFINITE ADJECTIVES
• .
INDEFINITE ADJECTIVES EXERCISE
Please find out the indefinite adjectives of these
following sentences
1. We are having some cake for dessert.
2. I have seen some cartridges in the cupboard.
3. There are only a few deer left
4. Many people would sooner die than think; In fact,
they do so. (Bertrand Russell, 1872-1970)
5. Everyone is born with genius, but most people only
keep it a few minutes. (Edgard Varese, 1883-1965)
ARTICLE ADJECTIVES
Indefinite and Definite Articles
The indefinite article a and an is used when we don’t
specify the things or people we are talking about.
For Examples:
I eat an apple everyday
Diana works in a bank in Thailand.
 I write a letter.
The definite article the is used before a noun, it specifies a
particular noun as opposed to any one.
For Examples:
The cat shut its eyes while it steals cream.
INDEFINITE ARTICLES
INDEFINITE ARTICLE
DEFINITE ARTICLE
ARTICLE ADJECTIVES EXERCISE
Choose the correct article !
1. I need (a/an/the) umbrella.
2. She wears (a/the/an) uniform.
3. I live in (a/the/an) big house near police station.
4. John wants to buy (a/an/the) pair of shoes.
5. We wait for (a/an/the)) hour.
6. Who is (the/an/a) president of Indonesia?
7. (a/the/an) moon is very bright tonight.
8. We are looking for (an/the/a) apartment.
9. I have (a/an/the) cat . (a/the/an) is very cute.
10. She sent me (an/the/a) post card from Thailand.
SEE YOU FOR THE NEXT MEETING

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ADJECTIVES

  • 1. ADJECTIVES (QUALITY, QUANTITY, NUMERAL, DEMONSTRATIVE, POSSESIVE, INTEROGGATIVE, DISTRIBUTIVE, PROPER, INDEFINITE, ARTICLE ADJECTIVES) BY : Dian Fadhilawati, M.Pd. (Islamic University of Balitar)
  • 2. LEARNING OBJECTIVES After joining teaching learning process the students are able to: 1.Define what is Adjective? 2.Mention and explain the type of Adjectives 3.Use Adjectives correctly and appropriately.
  • 4. TYPES OF ADJECTIVES • Adjective of Quality • Adjective of Quantity • Numeral Adjectives • Demonstrative Adjectives • Possessive Adjectives • Interrogative Adjectives • Distributive Adjectives • Proper Adjectives • Indefinite Adjectives • Articles Adjectives
  • 5. ADJECTIVES OF QUALITY Adjective of Quality refers to how the quality of person or things For examples:  Bobby is a handsome boy  She is a beautiful secretary  He is a smart manager  Deon is a clever students  It is a comfortable sofa EXERCISES Please find the adjectives of quality in these following sentences!  The hungry dog is barking  I need to stay in a big house  It is an expensive car.  She is a loyal wife.  Mr. Robby is a honest man.
  • 7. ADJECTIVES OF QUANTITY Adjectives of quantity refers how much thing is meant or describes the quantity of something. Adjective of quantity answer the questions of how much or how many. For Examples  I need a little Sugar for my tea. They don’t have much time. We don’t have enough exercise these days.  This has no meaning. All the students have passed the exam. There is enough petrol to reach to the destination. He gave me some There are hundreds of students who take part in the quiz competition. I know very little about classical dance.
  • 8. ADJECTIVE OF QUANTITY EXERCISE Find the adjectives of Quantity in these following sentences! 1. Rina eats a whole apple daily. 2. Bonny ate some rice today. 3. He has only little knowledge about this project. 4. He cannot spend his all money over you. 5. There is no milk in the glass. 6. All the students have passed the exam. 7. She has enough money to enjoy the fair. 8. She was brilliant enough to pass her exam. 9. Only few birds are flying in the sky. 10. I have little interest in the sports.
  • 10. NUMERAL ADJECTIVES EXERCISES Please find out the numeral adjectives of these following sentences! 1. Two children make a family perfect. 2. Few cats are unhealthy. 3. I have eight apples and there oranges. 4. Some students are having trip to Thailand. 5. Most of the boys are selected for football competition. 6. She wrote many letters to you. 7. They have learnt Five languages. 8. There are several books in my bag.
  • 11. DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES Demonstrative Adjectives explain which the noun or pronoun we are referring. The demonstrative adjectives include: This, That, These, and Those.
  • 13. DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES EXERCISE Please Find out the Demonstrative Adjectives from these following sentences! 1. You can eat all of those food. 2. I found this wallet in your car. 3. These books are very expensive. 4. These cakes are delicious. 5. I have all these contracts of making government building. 6. All these bags are bought by her in Jakarta. 7. Those buildings look very beautiful. 8. I think that panther is back in the village. 9. I can make those delicious cookies again. 10. I like this cat with the black stripes, not that one with the black spots. 11. I like this brown hat with the plaid, and not that red one with the brim. 12. What do you think about this dish? 13. Those toys have to be distributed among poor people. 14. That man really loves the historical books. 15. These apples are ready to dispatch.
  • 14. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Possessive Adjectives show ownership or possession. Possessive Adjectives include: my, your, his, her, its, our, and their.
  • 15. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES EXERCISE Complete these following sentences with the correct possessive adjectives! 1. Where is (your/my/her) brother? My brother is at school. 2. John is a smart student. (her/his/our) achievement is very good. 3. I think this is (her/your/his) pen. She dropped it on the floor. 4. They like (our/its/their) new teacher. 5. We love (its/our/my) classroom.
  • 17. INTERROGATIVE ADJECTIVES EXERCISE Please complete the following sentences with the correct interrogative adjectives! 1. (Whose/what/why) bag is it? It is my bag 2. (Who/which /how) house you have bought? I bought have bought the small one. 3. (Whose/Who/What) did you eat at home? I eat steak and rice. 4. (Whose/What/How) car are you driving? I am driving her car. 5. (Why/What/Which) Horror movie is not preferred in your family? Because it is scary. 6. (Why/how/What) book do you like most? I Like Novel. 7. (How many/ How often/How far) English Competition
  • 19. DISTRIBUTIVE ADJECTIVES EXERCISE Please find out the distributive adjectives of these following sentences! 1. Each candidate was interviewed by the HR manager. 2. Each hand has five fingers. 3. Every man must do his duty. 4. My sister is not a policewoman, Neither am I. 5. Come on Tuesday or Wednesday. Either day is fine. 6. Neither boy is trustworthy. 7. My father works every day 8. Both of my them are very kind. 9. Do you have any money?
  • 20. PROPER ADJECTIVESPROPER ADJECTIVE is an adjective which is formed from proper noun Proper adjectives start with a capital letter Such as: Spanish, Russian, and American. . We want to discuss American Culture. I like eating Japanese food. It is Indonesian flag.
  • 21. PROPER ADJECTIVES EXERCISES Find out the proper adjectives of these following sentences! 1. I like Indonesian food 2. She works in a Mexican restaurant. 3. The house was built during the Victorian era. 4. A Machiavellian battle for control of the country. 5. Her new Sony television is very expensive
  • 24. INDEFINITE ADJECTIVES EXERCISE Please find out the indefinite adjectives of these following sentences 1. We are having some cake for dessert. 2. I have seen some cartridges in the cupboard. 3. There are only a few deer left 4. Many people would sooner die than think; In fact, they do so. (Bertrand Russell, 1872-1970) 5. Everyone is born with genius, but most people only keep it a few minutes. (Edgard Varese, 1883-1965)
  • 25. ARTICLE ADJECTIVES Indefinite and Definite Articles The indefinite article a and an is used when we don’t specify the things or people we are talking about. For Examples: I eat an apple everyday Diana works in a bank in Thailand.  I write a letter. The definite article the is used before a noun, it specifies a particular noun as opposed to any one. For Examples: The cat shut its eyes while it steals cream.
  • 29. ARTICLE ADJECTIVES EXERCISE Choose the correct article ! 1. I need (a/an/the) umbrella. 2. She wears (a/the/an) uniform. 3. I live in (a/the/an) big house near police station. 4. John wants to buy (a/an/the) pair of shoes. 5. We wait for (a/an/the)) hour. 6. Who is (the/an/a) president of Indonesia? 7. (a/the/an) moon is very bright tonight. 8. We are looking for (an/the/a) apartment. 9. I have (a/an/the) cat . (a/the/an) is very cute. 10. She sent me (an/the/a) post card from Thailand.
  • 30. SEE YOU FOR THE NEXT MEETING