50 Super Learning Adjectives Sentences Examples, that will boost your command in English.

Adjectives Sentences Examples:

  1. This house is old but solid. (Demonstrative Adjective)
  2. This ship will sail south tomorrow morning. (Demonstrative Adjective)
  3. Give me that note. It’s mine. (Demonstrative Adjective)
  4. Are that green house yours? (Demonstrative Adjective)
  5. Those children can speak French in their school. (Demonstrative Adjective)
  6. The father looks angry. (Descriptive Adjective)
  7. The perfume smell nice. (Descriptive Adjective)
  8. The soup tastes sweet. (Descriptive Adjective)
  9. They ate some delicious food. (Descriptive Adjective)
  10. Mary is a hard-working person. (Descriptive Adjective)
  11. We are responsible for a ten-page assignment. (Compound Adjective)
  12. This week we covered long-term memory in learning psychology. (Compound Adjective)
  13. This is an English-speaking country. Other languages are spoken more rarely. (Compound Adjective)
  14. Wash your hands. (Possessive Adjective)
  15. We began our work at noon. (Possessive Adjective)
  16. The man who is performing today is a well-known person. (Compound Adjective)
  17. I have got a few friends so I will never be alone. (Quantitative Adjective)
  18. I have got a few pencils in order to take notes. (Quantitative Adjective)
  19. There are so few pencils in my bag, so I can not barrow one to you. (Quantitative Adjective)
  20. My mother is taller than my brother. (Degrees of Adjective)
  21. The green tree is in my backyard.
  22. Skinny dogs are not necessarily healthy.
  23. Giant monsters are hiding under the bed.
  24. Hairless cats look like rats.
  25. That child sure is joyful!
  26. It was so disgusting in my son’s bedroom.
  27. She is the smartest in the class.
  28. She has four children.
  29. He bought a carton of eggs.
  30. There are twenty chairs set up for the meeting.
  31. That cow sure is happy.
  32. It smells gross in the locker room.
  33. Driving is faster than walking.
  34. Opinion or quality – such as beautiful or priceless
  35. Number or quantity – such as few, an or three
  36. Size – such as gargantuan or petite
  37. Shape – such as square or oblong
  38. Age – such as young or aged
  39. Color – such as red, pink or ash
  40. Origin – such as Greek or Dutch
  41. Material – such as wooden or plastic
  42. Qualifier – the qualifier is an adjective that denotes the item’s type or purpose, some examples are evening bag and cooking pot
  43. I’m looking for a small, good-tempered dog to keep as a pet.
  44. My new dog is small and good-tempered.
  45. A cooler guy
  46. A messier desk
  47. A more mischievous cat
  48. More garrulous squirrels
  49. My cat, Goober, loves sleeping on this tattered woolen sweater.
  50. No one could open the old silver locket.

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