Exercise on Adjectives CBSE Class 6 | Grammar Worksheets

Adjectives are words that are used to describe or modify nouns or pronouns. For example, redquickhappy, and obnoxious are adjectives because they can describe things—a red hatthe quick rabbita happy duckan obnoxious person.  

Adjective Examples

In the following examples, the highlighted words are adjectives:

  1. They live in a bigbeautiful
  2. Since it’s a hot day, Lisa is wearing a sleeveless
  3. The mountaintops are covered in sparkling
  4. On her birthday, Brenda received an antique vase filled with fragrant

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Adjectives Practice Exercises with Answers

Q.1 Underline the adjectives in each sentence below.

Example : The beautiful neighbourhood gleamed with sunlight in the morning.
Answer : beautiful

  1. John went to the busy store to pick up red apples.
  2. The tall man at the counter felt that John was a very kind gentleman.
  3. The hot sun rose in the morning and set in the misty evening.
  4. Many of earth’s greatest wonders have been labeled as historical monuments.
  5. Often, there are many animals which are placed on the endangered species list
    because they are hunted.
  6. That tall man walked in the store yesterday and ordered some green tea.
  7. One of the largest buildings in the world is located on that tiny mountain that
    overlooks the sea.
  8. John happily opened the front door when he heard his friend knocking.
  9. May was cooking a big feast for her family during the afternoon.
  10. Michael went to school so he could pass the very difficult test.
  11. That building is a huge skyscraper.
  12. Many of those red flowers bloom in spring and die in the winter.
  13. Often times, students are happy when lunch time begins.

Answer Key:

  1. busy, red
  2. tall, kind
  3. hot, misty
  4. greatest, historical
  5. many, endangered
  6. tall, green
  7. one, largest, tiny
  8. front
  9. big
  10. difficult
  11. huge
  12. red
  13. happy

Q.2 Choose the correct Adjective from brackets.

  1. We wanted ______________________ (grey / a / metal) table.
  2. They bought ______________________ (red / a / new) car.
  3. She went home and sat on ______________________ (comfortable / her /
    wooden / old) bed.
  4. He bought ______________________ (woollen / a / British / fabulous) suit.
  5. They have ______________________ (Dutch / black) bicycles.
  6. He wants ______________________ (some / French / delicious / really)
  7. ______________________ (young / a / pretty) girl walked into the room.
  8. He has ______________________ (a lot of / old / interesting) books.
  9. She bought ______________________ (plastic / red / a / new) plastic
  10. He is looking for ______________________ (leather / stylish / a /black) bag.
  11. She dropped ______________________ (old / beautiful / the) plate and it
  12. I want ______________________ (silk / green / an / amazing) dress.
  13. She drank ______________________ (Italian / black / hot) coffee.
  14. He saw ______________________ (French / writing / old / an) desk.
  15. They stayed in ______________________ (little / a / cute) cottage.
  16. I visited ______________________ (ancient / a / spooky / German) castle.
  17. He has ______________________ (silver / old / beautiful / a) ring.
  18. We ate ______________________ (green / English / round / some) apples.
  19. I need ______________________ (computer / comfortable / a) desk.
  20. They went on holiday to ______________________ (small / wooden / a /
    beautiful) cabin.

Answer Key

  1. We wanted a grey metal table.
  2. They bought a new red car.
  3. She went home and sat on her comfortable old wooden bed.
  4. He bought a fabulous British woollen suit.
  5. They have black Dutch bicycles.
  6. He wants some really delicious French cheese.
  7. A pretty young girl walked into the room.
  8. He has a lot of interesting old books.
  9. She bought a new red plastic lunchbox.
  10. He is looking for a stylish black leather bag.
  11. She dropped the beautiful old plate and it smashed.
  12. I want an amazing green silk dress.
  13. She drank hot black Italian coffee.
  14. He saw an old French writing desk.
  15. They stayed in a cute little cottage.
  16. I visited a spooky ancient German castle.
  17. He has a beautiful old silver ring.
  18. We ate some round green English apples.
  19. I need a comfortable computer desk.
  20. They went on holiday to a beautiful small wooden cabin.

Q.3 Use at least three adjectives in the correct order to complete the sentences.

  1. I like the city of Jaipur because it is _____________________________.
  2. I like my school because it is _____________________________.
  3. I like my house because it is _____________________________.
  4. I like spinach because it is _____________________________.
  5. I like my school uniform because it is _____________________________.
  6. I like flowers that are _____________________________.
  7. I like Dolphins because they are _____________________________.
  8. I like monkeys because they are _____________________________.
  9. I like apple because it is _____________________________.
  10. I like computers because they are _____________________________.

Answers :
1. warm, ancient and colourful.
2. beautiful, big and new
3. comfortable, airy and wooden.
4. healthy, green and leafy
5. elegant, comfortable and casual
6. fresh, fragrant and yellow
7. friendly, cute and sleek
8. naughty, small and hairy
9. healthy, juicy and sweet
10. communicative, controllable and New Age

Q.4 Choose the correct words to fill in the blanks. 

  1. I like ____________ colours. (walk, dark, brightly) 
  2. Charumati is very ____________. (studying, winner, intelligent) 
  3. Is the cake ____________? (at, tasty, bake) 
  4. The travellers were worried because they didn’t have ____________ water. (plenty, no, enough) 
  5. Who is ____________ – Bhima or Nakula? (leader, winner, stronger) 
  6. ____________ children drop out of school in villages. (One, Several, Enough) 
  7. Are ____________ bicycles made of plastic? (many, these, few)
  8. They’re so ____________. (ride, none, light)
  9. ____________ paper do you read: Hindustan Times or The Pioneer? (Which, Whose, When) 
  10. ____________ dog is chasing ____________ cat. (my, your, big, run, these, which) 
  11. The ____________ princess had a visitor from a ____________ city. (grow, young, distant, ride, strongly, these)

Answers :
1. dark.
2. intelligent.
3. tasty.
4. enough.
5. stronger
6. Several
7. light
8. which
9. your, my
10. young, distant

Q.4 Fill in the blanks with correct possessive adjectives. 

  1. Sanjay and Leela have admitted ____________ son to Surya Valley School. 
  2. A snake raises ____________ hood to frighten enemies. 
  3. ‘Remove ____________ books from the dining table,’ mother ordered Kanika. 
  4. The TV show was about protecting ____________ environment. 
  5. ‘____________ father is a mountaineer,’ said Natasha. 
  6. Mohit never lets anyone ride ____________ bicycle. 
  7. Zoha will bring ____________ friend Ansar to the party.

Answers :
1. their.
2. its.
3. those.
4. the.
5. My
6. his
7. her

Q.5 Write the correct demonstrative or interrogative adjectives in the blanks. 

  1. Can you name ____________ building on the other side of the river? 
  2. ____________ skeleton of a baby dinosaur was brought here from Gujarat. 
  3. The waiting room was full of people. Little Katy started talking to one of ____________ strangers. 
  4. ‘Are ____________ flowers for me?’ Rekha asked with surprise. 
  5. ____________ subject do you like better: Maths or English? 
  6. ____________ news did the messenger bring? 
  7. ____________ essay is the longest?

Answers :
1. that.
2. This.
3. the.
4. these.
5. Which
6. What
7. Which

Q.6 Identify the nouns and verbs used as adjectives in the following sentences.

  1. Her gold chain was stolen on a bus in Karachi.
  2. That horrifying movie left me in shock for a long time.
  3. We love eating mashed potatoes on weekends.
  4. He loves to put on an entertaining show for everyone.
  5. The broken clock needs to be fixed soon.


  1. gold–Noun
  2. horrifying–Verb
  3. mashed–Verb
  4. entertaining–Verb
  5. broken–Verb

Q.7 Fill in the blanks using the adjective forms of the following words.

  1. Those emotions came so (nature) to her, we couldn’t tell she was acting.
  2. I am so sorry for your loss, it must’ve been very (pain).
  3. There is a (violence) streak in him he cannot control.
  4. (fortunate) he missed the bus that caused the accident.
  5. He admitted he was (guilt) of committing the crimes.


  1. naturally
  2. painful
  3. violent
  4. fortunately
  5. guilty

Q.8 Fill in the blanks with the correct order of adjectives in the brackets.

  1. He wanted to get a (carpet, velvet, blue) from the flea market.
  2. Have you seen my (rugged, jacket, leather, black)? I left it on the counter.
  3. It was the (yellow, beautiful, sunset) that had all of us in awe.
  4. It was a (box-like, sports car, low) that he borrowed from a friend.
  5. She wore a (sweater, black, large, woollen) to the concert.
  6. It was his (British, thick, accent) that made it hard to understand what he was
  7. He was a (man, tall, middle-aged, polite, thin) who loved meeting new people.
  8. They lived in a (cottage, eighty-year-old, abandoned, strange) on top of the hill.
  9. They were a (midde-aged, Canadian, couple) who spent most of their time
    travelling in a (van, rusty, old).
  10. We bought them this (antique, expensive, rug, Persian) for their wedding


  1. blue velvet carpet
  2. rugged black leather jacket
  3. beautiful yellow sunset
  4. low box-like sports car
  5. large black woollen sweater
  6. thick British accent
  7. tall thin middle-aged polite man
  8. strange abandoned eighty-year-old cottage
  9. middle-aged Canadian couple; old rusty van
  10. expensive antique Persian rug

Q.9 Fill in the blanks using the correct form of the adjective.

  1. She is the (tall) student in class.
  2. They feel so much (good) now that they have settled in.
  3. They are (efficient) than the other workers here.
  4. This closet is (big) in size than we thought it would be.
  5. That student is (obedience) than some of her other classmates.
  6. He wants to climb Mount Everest the (high) peak on earth.
  7. I have never met a salesperson who is (helpful) than her.
  8. Amir is one of the (good) chess players on campus.
  9. I wish there was a (meaningful) speech we could deliver on children’s day.
  10. I wish I was the (tall) among the basketball players, so I could dunk the ball.


  1. tallest
  2. better
  3. more efficient
  4. bigger
  5. more obedient
  6. highest
  7. more helpful
  8. best
  9. more meaningful
  10. tallest

Q.10 Check if the adjectives underlined in the following sentences are correct. Replace the wrong ones with the correct adjectives where needed.

  1. Today was one of the good days for us because we won the basketball competition.
  2. I have never met anyone humorous than him.
  3. He is as responsible as his sister when it comes to taking care of the family.
  4. Al Pacino is one of the famous actors in the world today.
  5. People in Pakistan should be more concerned about mental health.
  6. Brazil is large in size than all the other South American nations.
  7. Neptune is the farther planet from the Earth.
  8. I would watch this film if only it had best reviews.
  9. He is the anxious person I have ever seen.
  10. He became much better after he took his medication


  1. best
  2. more humorous
  3. correct
  4. most famous
  5. correct
  6. larger
  7. farthest
  8. better
  9. most anxious
  10. correct

Practice Adjective Worksheets

Q.1 Underline the interrogative and possessive adjectives in the following sentences and mention their kinds:
1) What time are you leaving for your school?
2) Whose books is Vinni holding in her hands?
3) Which boy needs my help?
4) Which tools does the carpenter need to start his work?
5) What gift have you brought for your friend?
6) Whose bag is lying on my desk?

Q.2 Underline the demonstrative adjectives, then make the given phrases
1) this smart, little child these smart little children_____________________
2) that cute, white puppy ____________________________
3) these big, oak trees ___________________________
4) those colourful, silken feathers __________________________
5) this new, red car _____________________________

Q.3) Write Q for adjectives of quantity and N for adjectives of number:
1) A week has seven days.
2) Many roads were damaged in the rains.
3) My father gave me some advice before the school trip.
4) He gave the ball to the first student.
5) Are there enough people to complete the work in time?
6) There is enough rice in the bag.
7) We have no complaints against these workers.
8) There was no milk for the baby.

Q.4) Complete the following sentences with the correct comparative form of the words listed below.
bad important crowded good high heavy convenient difficult
cheap expensive quiet easy thin healthy dangerous cold

  1. In Canada, January is _____________ than March.
  2. I think that good health is _______________ than money.
  3. I can’t carry my suitcase. It’s much _____________ than yours.
  4. I can afford to buy a new bike but not a new car. A car is _______________ than a bike.
  5. You look ___________ than the last time I saw you. Have you lost weight?
  6. I couldn’t get a seat in the restaurant. It was ________________ than usual.
  7. Mountains are ______________ than hills.
  8. He got a very good mark on his exam. The exam was ___________ than he had expected.
  9. You should go to the doctor. Your cold is _________________ than it was a few days ago.
  10. There is a lot of crime in the big cities. They are _________ than the small town where I live.
  11. I don’t understand this lesson. It is __________________ than the last one we did.
  12. I can’t study in this room. It’s too noisy. I’m going to find a _________________ place.
  13. Our apartment is far from everything. We want to move to a _________________ location.
  14. Orange juice is ______________ than Coke.
  15. The store is having a great sale today. Most televisions are 25% _________ than they were
  16. The doctor told me that I can go back to work if I feel __________ tomorrow.


Adjectives of Quality:
It describes the quality of a person or a thing. For example ‘an intelligent girl’

Adjectives of Quantity :
An adjective of quantity specifies the quantity of a thing. For Example ‘enough water’

Adjectives of Number:
An adjective of number tells how many persons or things. For Example , ‘fifty people’.

Distributive Numeral Adjectives :
These refer to each one of the number. They are used with singular nouns. For example ‘each, every, either

Demonstrative Adjectives:
Demonstrative adjectives point out which person or thing is meant. For example ‘ this, that, these those such

Possessive Adjectives:
It shows belongingness or possession. For example ‘Her car is new’

Interrogative Adjectives:
Interrogative adjectives ask a question about the nouns they precede. There are three interrogative adjectives — what,which and whose. For example ‘What colour’

Proper Adjectives:
These are adjectives formed using proper nouns. For example ‘Chinese, Asian, African

Emphatic Adjectives:
They influence the effect of the noun they are modifying. For example ‘absolutely correct’

Participle Adjectives:
Some particles, ending in -ing are used before nouns as adjectives. For example ‘ flying saucer, running stream’

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