The word that tells something more about a Noun in a sentence is called an Adjective. An adjective qualifies a Noun or a Pronoun, telling something more about its quality, quantity or number.
a. I live in a beautiful house.
b. Mr. Sen is an honest man.
c. Give me more food.
Here, 'beautiful', 'honest' and 'more' tells something more about the noun 'house', 'man' and 'food' respectively and hence they are all Adjectives.
Adjectives are used in three types - Positive Degree, Comparative Degree and Superiative Degree.
For example, 'good' is in the form of Positive Degree and its forms in Comparative and Superiative Degree are 'better' and 'best' respectively. Given below is a list of Adjectives in different Degrees.
In all Adjectives of more than two syllables and in most Adjectives of two syllables the comparative is formed by adding more and superlative is made by adding 'most' before the adjective. Incidentally, a syllable is the smallest unit sound made by vowel/vowels with or without one or more consonants. For example in the word 'beautiful' there are three unit sounds; (i) beau (ii) ti (iii) ful
The following are few examples of such adjectives:
|Beautiful||More beautiful||Most beautiful|
|Dangerous||More dangerous||Most dangerous|
|Likeable||More likeable||Most likeable|
|Famous||More famous||Most famous|
|Useful||More useful||Most useful|
|Backward||More backward||Most backward|
|Harmful||More harmful||Most harmful|
|Awkward||More awkward||Most awkward|
|Difficult||More difficult||Most difficult|
|Sentence Formation||Simple Sentence, Clause & Phrase|
|Objective Complement||Noun and Pronoun|
|Phrase||Types of Sentences|
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