Adjectives Worksheet For Class 3

An adjective is a word that says something about a noun. Adjectives usually go before the nouns modified by them. They may also go after verbs like is, am, are, was and were. Examples are: clever, kind, heavy, good, bad, ugly, important, tasty, short, big etc. Numbers and names of colours are adjectives.

Underline the adjectives in the following sentences.

1. She was wearing a blue dress.

2. The soup was delicious.

3. She is an intelligent girl.

4. The fox is a cunning animal.

5. That was a brilliant idea.

6. He is not very tall.

7. You are my best friend.

8. I ate two mangoes in the morning.

9. She was wearing a golden bangle.

10. She doesn’t have many friends.

11. It was a difficult question.

12. They have a large house.

13. He is the oldest man in the village.

14. That was the happiest day of my life.

15. I enjoy listening to soft music.

Answers

1. She was wearing a blue dress.

2. The soup was delicious.

3. She is an intelligent girl.

4. The fox is a cunning animal.

5. That was a brilliant idea.

6. He is not very tall.

7. You are my best friend.

8. I ate two mangoes in the morning.

9. She was wearing a golden bangle.

10. She doesn’t have many friends.

11. It was a difficult question.

12. They have a large house. (Here the adjective large says something about the size of the house.)

13. He is the oldest man in the village. (Here the adjective oldest says something about the man.)

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14. That was the happiest day of my life. (Here the adjective happiest says something about the noun day.)

15. I enjoy listening to soft music. (Here the adjective soft says something about the noun music.)

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