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  • 2. ADJECTIVES  1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Adjectives are describing words that tell us more about the people or things they describe. TYPES OF ADJECTIVES Descriptive Adjectives Adjectives of quantity Demonstrative Adjectives Interrogative Adjectives Possessive Adjectives
  • 3. DESCRIPTIVE ADJECTIVES  Descriptive Adjectives tell us about the following of a noun : 1. Colour Shape Size Texture Condition 2. 3. 4. 5. Example : The little puppy.
  • 4. ADJECTIVES OF QUANTITY  We use adjectives of quantity to show the amount of number of things. Example: I play tennis every day.  I know a few people in London 
  • 5. DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES We use Demonstrative Adjective to help us point out the exact noun we are refering to.  Following are some of the Demonstrative Adjectives we use : 1. This 2. That 3. These 4. Those Example: These are apples. 
  • 6. INTERROGATIVE ADJECTIVES  We use Interrogative Adjectives to ask a question with reference to a particular noun  Example : Whose book is that ? Some common Interrogative nouns are : 1. Which 2. What 3. Whose
  • 7. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE  Possessive Adjectives indicate ownership . Example : This is our house. The following words are Possessive Adjectives : 1.My 5.Her 2.His 6.Our 3.Its 4.Your 7.Their Home
  • 8. PUNCTUATION Punctuation marks are signs that we use in writing to make the meaning of our sentence clear.  These signs include • FULLSTOP . • COMMA , • APOSTROPHE „ • EXCLAMATION MARK ! • COLON : • SEMI COLON ; QUESTION MARK ? 
  • 9. FULL STOP We can use a full stop: 1. at the end of a sentence.  2. to make a word shorter { abbreviations].  3. after initials . 
  • 10. COMMA The main job of the comma is to show us where to pause while reading.  EXAMPLE:  1.She comes from London , England  2. Can you help me , please? 
  • 11. QUESTION MARK We place a question mark at the end of a direct question.  Example:  1.What is your name?  2.Are you coming with me? 
  • 12. EXCLAMATION MARK We place an exclamation mark at the end of sentence that express strong feelings.  EXAMPLE  1.How wonderful!  2.What a beautiful day! 
  • 13. APOSTROPHE Apostrophe is mainly used for following 2 purposes:  1.To show possession  2.In the contracted words Example 1.This is Rani‟s book In this sentence it is used to show possession. 
  • 14. QUOTATION MARKS We use quotation marks to show actual words spoken by a person.  EXAMPLE  1. Siddhu said, “I am very hungry.”  • Quotation marks are also known as inverted commas or speech commas.
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