Adjectives and adverbs are important categories of parts of speech. These chapters are generally included in the grammar syllabus of kids when they are in their primary classes. It’s essential that students know about these concepts as they grow up, as this will help them to have a clearer basic understanding. There are numerous adjectives and adverbs worksheets available at BYJU’S website that students can practise to strengthen their concepts.
Adjectives and Adverbs Worksheet:-Download PDF
Adjectives and Adverbs Worksheet PDF:-Download PDF
What are Adjectives?
Adjectives are those words that describe or modify a noun. For example, “Ross is a clever student.” Here, ‘clever’ is an adjective that describes the noun, i.e. Ross. There are eight different types of adjectives, and knowing them will help students to identify the different types of adjectives in the worksheet.
- Proper Adjective – These types of adjectives are derived from the proper nouns used to describe a noun. For example, “I love to read Shakespearean dramas.” Here, ‘Shakespearean’ is a proper adjective.
- Adjectives of Quality or Descriptive Adjectives – These adjectives show the quality or describe the person or thing. For example, “Raj is an honest man.” Here, ‘honest’ is a qualitative adjective.
- Quantitative Adjectives – These adjectives show how much of things are meant. For example, “I ate some oranges.” Here, ‘some’ is a quantitative adjective.
- Adjectives of Number – These adjectives denote how many persons or things are meant. For example ‘Monday is the first day of the week.” Here, ‘first’ is the adjective of number.
- Demonstrative Adjectives – These adjectives denote which thing or person is meant. For example, “This orange is sour.” Here, ‘this’ is a demonstrative adjective.
- Distributive Adjectives – These adjectives refer to each one of a number. For example, “Each student is given chocolate.”
- Possessive Adjectives – When an adjective is used to show possession. For example, “It is our house.” Here, ‘our’ is a possessive adjective.
- Interrogative Adjectives – When words like ‘what’, ‘which’ and ‘whose’ are used with nouns to ask questions, then it’s called interrogative adjectives. In the sentence “Whose bag is this?” Here, ‘whose’ is the interrogative adjective.
What are Adverbs?
Adverbs are words that modify or change the meaning of an adjective, verb or another adverb. For example, “The baby slept soundly.” Here, ‘soundly’ is the adverb. There are seven different adverbs that students should know about. These are adverbs of time, adverbs of frequency, adverbs of place, adverbs of manner, adverbs of degree or quantity, adverbs of affirmation and negation, and adverbs of reason.
Frequently Asked Questions on Adjectives and Adverbs Worksheet
What are adjectives?
Adjectives are words that describe or modify a noun. For example, “Australia is a small country.” Here, ‘small’ is an adjective.
What is an adverb?
Adverbs are words that modify or change the meaning of an adjective, verb or another adverb. For example, “Rita comes here daily.” Here, ‘daily’ is an adverb.
Where to get adjectives and adverbs worksheets?
BYJU’S offers many adjectives and adverbs worksheets pdf, which can be easily downloaded for children’s practice.