Exercise 1: Identifying Adjectives
In the following sentences, identify the adjectives and write them down.
- The tall man was wearing a red hat.
- My old cat loves to play with a soft ball.
- The interesting book was very long.
- The fast car sped down the empty road.
Exercise 2: Fill in the blanks with appropriate Adjectives
Fill in the blanks in each of the following sentences with an appropriate adjective.
- The ________ bird sang a beautiful song.
- She gave him a _______ gift for his birthday.
- The _______ pizza was too hot to eat.
- I love reading _______ novels.
Exercise 3: Choose the correct Adjective
Choose the correct adjective from the options given in the following sentences.
- The (easy, easier) path led to the waterfall.
- She wore her (most fancy, fanciest) dress to the party.
- The (taller, tallest) tree in the forest was a pine.
- He was the (more smart, smartest) student in the class.
Exercise 4: Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
Change the adjective in the brackets into a comparative or superlative form.
- My brother is (tall) ______ than me.
- Of all the students, John is the (intelligent) ________ .
- This movie is (interesting) _______ than the one we watched last week.
- Jill is the (good) ________ cook I know.
Exercise 5: Adjectives Order
Put the adjectives in the right order.
- She has a pair of shoes. (leather / red / beautiful)
- I saw a girl. (blue / small / eyes)
- He lives in a house. (country / old / big)
- She ate an apple. (red / delicious / big)
- Tall, red
- Old, soft
- Interesting, long
- Fast, empty
Note: Answers may vary for this exercise. However, they should correlate to the context of the sentence. Sample answers are:
- most intelligent
- more interesting
- She has a beautiful red leather pair of shoes.
- I saw a small girl with blue eyes.
- He lives in a big old country house.
- She ate a big delicious red apple.