Adjectives define nouns, pronouns, and other adjectives.
You can form the comparative of any adjective by simply adding an "er" at the end.
"She changed her mind in a New York minute." In the preceding sentence, "New York" is being used as a proper adjective.
The words "a," "an," and "the" are special adjectives called articles.
The word "ultimate" is an absolute adjective.
Limiting adjectives tell the reader about all of the following EXCEPT:
|D)||In what order|
"Please file these reports in the company archives." In the preceding sentence, the word "these" is being used as:
The three degrees of comparison are:
|A)||Objective, directive, and comparative|
|B)||Objective, comparative, and superlative|
|C)||Positive, negative, and comparative|
|D)||Positive, comparative, and superlative|
Which of the following adjectives is being compared incorrectly?
Which of the following is NOT a compound adjective?