Thursday, February 24

ADJECTIVE






Adjective is one of the parts of speech that I learn in BEL 260. The position of adjective is usually before nouns and after linking verbs. It is also about to describe the noun by answering one of these three questions: What kind is it? How many are there? Which one is it? There is some example to help you more understand about this 3 question.


What Kind Is It?
How Many Are There?
Which One Is It?

A friend with a fat wallet will never want for weekend shopping partners.


What kind of friend? One with money to spend!

The students, five freshmen and six sophomores, braved Dr. Ribley's killer calculus exam.

How many students? Eleven!

The most unhealthy item from the cafeteria is the steak sub, which will slime your hands with grease.

Which item from the cafeteria? Certainly not the one that will lower your cholesterol!

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