Showing posts with label Adjectives. Show all posts
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Saturday, September 19, 2020


Adjectives describe or modify nouns.

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Adjectives: Learn about Adjectives in this post as part of English Grammar. See also other posts for more details. If possible try to find out for English Grammar Rules. The "English Grammar Rules" can be viewed through the following links.

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Adjectives : ఇంగ్లిష్ గ్రామర్ లో భాగంగా ఈ పోస్టులో  Adjectives గురించి తెలుసుకోవచ్చు. మరిన్ని వివరాలకోసం మిగతా పోస్టులను కూడా చూడండి. వీలయితే English Grammar Rules కోసం తెలుసుకునే ప్రయత్నం చేయండి. ఈ క్రింది లింక్స్ ద్వారా  "English Grammar Rules" వీక్షించవచ్చు. 

ఈ బ్లాగు పట్ల మీ సలహాలను,సూచనలను తెలియజేయండి.

అలాగే మీ మిత్రులకు, మీ వాట్సాప్ గ్రూపులలో కూడా షేర్ చేయండి

Adjectives: अंग्रेजी व्याकरण के हिस्से के रूप में इस पोस्ट में विशेषण के बारे में जानें। अधिक जानकारी के लिए अन्य पोस्ट भी देखें। यदि संभव हो तो अंग्रेजी व्याकरण के नियमों का पता लगाने की कोशिश करें। "अंग्रेजी व्याकरण नियम" को निम्नलिखित लिंक के माध्यम से देखा जा सकता है।

इस ब्लॉग के लिए अपने सुझाव और सुझाव हमें बताएं।

अपने दोस्तों के साथ, अपने व्हाट्सएप ग्रुप में भी शेयर करें


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Click Here : "English Grammar Rules"

Adjectives generally appear immediately before the noun.

  • A pretty girl
  • Red flowers
  • A long stick
  • Heavy boxes
  • Warm weather

Click Here : Possessive Nouns

Commonly, adjectives of opposite meaning are formed by adding a prefix such as un, in, or dis.

  • clear – unclear, important – unimportant, predictable – unpredictable, believable – unbelievable, common – uncommon, aware – unaware, ambiguous – unambiguous, conventional – unconventional, certain – uncertain
  • definite – indefinite, correct – incorrect, comparable – incomparable, complete – incomplete, evitable – inevitable, expensive – inexpensive
  • able – disable, assemble – disassemble, content – discontent, similar – dissimilar

Click Here : Singular and Plural Nouns

When using a string of adjectives, they should appear in a set order: size/shape + age + color + origin + material.

  • A big brown house
  • A small old English desk
  • A beautiful black Italian leather purse
  • Delicious Chinese food

Read Also: Count Nouns vs Non-Count Nouns

The + adjective describes a class or group of people and acts as a noun.

  • the old, the young, the poor, the rich, the oppressed, the homeless, etc.
  • This popular TV show is loved by the old.
Read Also : 'Be' Verbs
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