Can You Name All Of The Adjective Types In English?

If you fancy yourself a grammar expert, you've come to the right place. Do you believe that you can name every adjective type in the English language? Let's find out!
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The word "argumentative" is an example of what kind of adjective?
Demonstrative adjective
Superlative adjective
Personal adjective
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What type of adjective modifies the subject of the sentence?
Predicate adjective
Personal adjective
Superlative adjective
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What kind of adjective is the word "taller?"
Comparative
Proper
Participle
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In the sentence, "Elizabeth is hungry," what kind of adjective is hungry?
Demonstrative adjective
Personal adjective
Predicate adjective
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What type of adjective helps to indicate a noun in the sentence?
Participle
Personal
Demonstrative
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What kind of adjective is the word "yonder?"
Comparative
Demostrative
Personal
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What kind of adjective is presented in the sentence, "The Chinese dumplings are the best item on the menu?"
Personal
Proper
Comparative
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What kind of adjective is the word "immature?"
Personal
Comparative
Proper
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What kind of adjective is the word "curlier?"
Proper
Personal
Superlative
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What type of adjectives help to describe a noun?
Demonstrative
Participial
Proper
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Okay, so English grammar isn’t really your thing. While you may have strengths in other areas, adjectives aren’t one of them. We’re almost positive that with a little time and effort, you’ll get these adjective types down.

C+, Adjective Ineffective

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are adjective amazing! Don’t let the fact that you missed a few questions on this quiz take from the fact that you prevailed, demonstrating a solid knowledge on English adjectives and grammar. Well done!

B+, Adjective Amazing

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a true adjective ace! When it comes to adjectives, adverbs, and we’re sure the entire English language, you’re pretty much an expert. It’s obvious that you’re well read, literary, and dedicated to perfecting your grammar. Keep up the good work!

A+, Adjective Ace

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1
The word "argumentative" is an example of what kind of adjective?
Demonstrative adjective
Superlative adjective
Personal adjective
2
What type of adjective modifies the subject of the sentence?
Predicate adjective
Personal adjective
Superlative adjective
3
What kind of adjective is the word "taller?"
Comparative
Proper
Participle
4
In the sentence, "Elizabeth is hungry," what kind of adjective is hungry?
Demonstrative adjective
Personal adjective
Predicate adjective
5
What type of adjective helps to indicate a noun in the sentence?
Participle
Personal
Demonstrative
6
What kind of adjective is the word "yonder?"
Comparative
Demostrative
Personal
7
What kind of adjective is presented in the sentence, "The Chinese dumplings are the best item on the menu?"
Personal
Proper
Comparative
8
What kind of adjective is the word "immature?"
Personal
Comparative
Proper
9
What kind of adjective is the word "curlier?"
Proper
Personal
Superlative
10
What type of adjectives help to describe a noun?
Demonstrative
Participial
Proper