Exercise On Adjectives for Class 4 CBSE with AnswersThis grammar section explains English Grammar in a clear and simple way. There are example sentences to show how the language is used.

Exercise On Adjectives for Class 4 CBSE with Answers Pdf

  • Adjective describe nouns. They give more information about people, places or things.
  • Adjectives describe the material, appearance, age, speed or quality of nouns.
  • Opposite words are also adjectives. For example: Black-White, Tall-Short, Thick-Thin
  • There are six kinds of Adjectives- Possessive, Demonstrative, Qualitative, Quantitative, Number and Interrogative adjectives.
  • Possessive adjectives show that they belong to someone or something. My, our, your, his, her, its are possessive adjectives.
  • Demonstrative adjectives point out specific things and people. This, That, These, Those are demonstrative adjectives.
    For example: Give me those flowers.
  • Qualitative adjectives tell us about the shape, size and colour of a noun.
  • It describes the characteristic of a noun or pronoun. It is also known as adjective of quality. For example: It is a tali tree.
  • Quantitative adjectives describe the amount or quantity of something without giving exact number. Some, any, much, many, lots of, plenty of, a few, a little, all, few are adjectives of quantity. For example: Give me little water.
  • Number adjectives tells how many people, places, animals or things are there. For example: Ayush has three cars.
  • Interrogative Adjectives are used to ask questions about noun or in relation to noun such as what, which, whose, how, why etc.
    For example: Whose sister is she?

Adjectives Exercises for Class 4 with Answers CBSE PDF

A. Underline the adjective in each sentence and write the noun in the space provided. The first one has been done for you.

1. The ambitious boy chased the butterfly. Boy
2. My grandmother is a unique woman. ___________
3. The scientist enjoyed making interesting inventions. ___________
4. The girl had a clever idea. ___________
5. The gentleman had a pleasant personality. ___________
6. We picked a pretty bouquet of flowers for our mother. ___________
7. The woman hugged her darling granddaughter. ___________
8. His furious father screamed at him. ___________

B. Re-write each sentence using an adjective to make the sentence more interesting. Underline your adjective. The first has been done for you.

1. The boy ran along the sidewalk.
The small boy ran along the sidewalk.

2. Jogesh cleaned his bedroom.

3. Mother baked cookies.

4. Do you see any birds?

5. Tanya went to the store to buy eggs.

6. Mrs. Sharma drove her car to church.

7. Sarika looked for her dog.

C. Fill in the blanks with adjectives in the sentences given below. The first one has been done for you.

1. There was very hot oil in the bottle.
2. My friend is standing ____________ from right.
3. ____________ children are practicing for the Republic Day.
4. I wore ____________ sari yesterday.
5. Look at the ____________ puppy.
6. Is the ____________ pen yours?
7. My friend entertained us with his ____________ act.
8. ____________ mangoes are very tasty.
9. I don’t want to buy a ____________ house.
10. Ayushi stood ____________ in the last test.
11. The boy is dragging a ____________ box.
12. Please, give me ____________ eggs.
13. ____________ bag is yours.

D. Underline the adjectives and state their kind. The first has been done for you.

1. There is some pickle in the jar. Quantitative Adjective
2. Please give me your pencil ____________
3. Which book did you purchase? ____________
4. Two boys helped the blind man cross the road ____________
5. I have sufficient food for today ____________
6. Those boys stood in a queue ____________
7. Siddhi is an honest girl ____________
8. She bought a golden ribbon ____________
9. The proud king soon realised his mistake. ____________
10. Some boys shouted at the top of their voice. ____________