Member of Group :
Rudiyanto
Jonshon
Ervans.P
Anta .s
M. Ogyk
Renita.A
Rina Ristiana r
Ani Masrukhah
Ike novita wi...
Adjectives
Adjectives are words that modify or
describe a noun or noun phrase.
Adjectives
Kinds of adjective
Descriptive Adjectives Limiting Adjectives
is adjective that describe
condition of person or
thing.
is ...
 Numeral adjective
 Demonstrative Adjective
 Proper Adjectives
 Quantitative adjective
 Interrogative Adjective
 Pos...
Numeral adjective
Definite Indefinite
 Cardinal ( one, two, three,
etc )
 Ordinal ( first, second, third,
etc )
 Multip...
Demonstrative adjectives
Demonstrative
Adjective is
consist of…
Definite
Indefinite.
Definite
showing something exactly.
Singular
• the some, this, the,…
Plural
• these, those, ….
Indefinite
Showing something not exactly
Singular Plural
another , a, an, any,…. any certain, such,
some,…
Proper Adjectives
 Proper adjectives are derived from proper noun and
must always be capitalized. Proper adjectives are o...
Quantitative Adjective
 Example:
 Much
 Little
 Some
 All
 Etc
•He has a little knowledge.
•I ate some rice.
•He spe...
Interrogative adjectives are used to ask question. Interrogative
adjectives include which and what
Examples:
Which kind of...
Possessive adjectives are also known as Pronominal adjectives as
discussed above. Possessive adjectives are created from p...
Predicate adjectives are placed at the end of a sentence
or clause to describe the noun at the beginning of a
sentence. Pr...
Distributive adjectives are normally used with singular
nouns. They include “each”, “every”, “either”, and “neither” and
a...
Some Kinds of Adjective with my Group in2011B, in Structure 2
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In linguistics, an 'adjective' is a 'describing' word; the main syntactic role of which is to qualify a noun or noun phrase, giving more information about the object signified.

Adjectives are one of the traditional eight English parts of speech, although linguists today distinguish adjectives from words such as determiners that formerly were considered to be adjectives. Just look on the slide..

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Some Kinds of Adjective with my Group in2011B, in Structure 2

  1. 1. Member of Group : Rudiyanto Jonshon Ervans.P Anta .s M. Ogyk Renita.A Rina Ristiana r Ani Masrukhah Ike novita widi Nita Setiowati
  2. 2. Adjectives
  3. 3. Adjectives are words that modify or describe a noun or noun phrase. Adjectives
  4. 4. Kinds of adjective Descriptive Adjectives Limiting Adjectives is adjective that describe condition of person or thing. is adjective that limits person or thing.
  5. 5.  Numeral adjective  Demonstrative Adjective  Proper Adjectives  Quantitative adjective  Interrogative Adjective  Possessive Adjective  Predicate Adjectives  Distributive Adjective Kinds of adjective
  6. 6. Numeral adjective Definite Indefinite  Cardinal ( one, two, three, etc )  Ordinal ( first, second, third, etc )  Multiplications (Single, double, triple, Etc)  All  Few  Enough  Some  Etc.
  7. 7. Demonstrative adjectives Demonstrative Adjective is consist of… Definite Indefinite.
  8. 8. Definite showing something exactly. Singular • the some, this, the,… Plural • these, those, ….
  9. 9. Indefinite Showing something not exactly Singular Plural another , a, an, any,…. any certain, such, some,…
  10. 10. Proper Adjectives  Proper adjectives are derived from proper noun and must always be capitalized. Proper adjectives are often used to show the origin of something. examples : French tires are excellent. Italian food is the best! Jack prefers Canadian maple syrup.
  11. 11. Quantitative Adjective  Example:  Much  Little  Some  All  Etc •He has a little knowledge. •I ate some rice. •He spent all his money. Adjective which show the quantity of a thing is called the Adjective of Quantity.
  12. 12. Interrogative adjectives are used to ask question. Interrogative adjectives include which and what Examples: Which kind of car do you drive? What time should I come? What type of ice cream do you like?
  13. 13. Possessive adjectives are also known as Pronominal adjectives as discussed above. Possessive adjectives are created from pronouns and include my, your, his, her, its, our, and their. Examples : - That's my house. - Our vacation was a lot of fun. - He delivered their mail every day.
  14. 14. Predicate adjectives are placed at the end of a sentence or clause to describe the noun at the beginning of a sentence. Predicate adjectives are often used with the verb 'to be'. Examples: His job is stressful. The vacation was enjoyable. It probably isn't very easy.
  15. 15. Distributive adjectives are normally used with singular nouns. They include “each”, “every”, “either”, and “neither” and are used to refer to members of a group as individuals or Distributive adjectives are adjectives that indicate one of the total amount of an existing object, or to show the spread of an object. The words used for distributive adjectives: each (each, each, respectively), every (each, each), either (between, one), and Neither (not between, not both). Examples : -Each component can be replaced separately if it breaks. - She knows every student in the school. - There are shops at either end of the street. - I’ve lived in New York and Chicago, but don’t like either city very much. - Neither answer is correct.

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