Adjective Quizzes & Trivia

Does thinking about grammar make you feel lugubrious, leery, or long suffering? Or do you find creating long, lilting, literary sentences a likeable leisure activity? Does giving a colorful description of your day sound dreadful, or delightful? Can you come up with a centillion synonyms for your favorite colors, from cerulean to coral to cobalt to cyan – or do all those names just sound like so much chowder to you? In short: are you an adjective expert?

Adjectives are words that describe nouns, and they are a fundamental building blocks of the English language that can help to polish up dull sentences into daring, detailed descriptions. Take our adjective quizzes and find out more about this legendary part of the lexicon!
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Choosing which word is an adjective in a sentence can be very confusing for some people who fail to grasp how they are used. The quiz below has some sentences in which you get to choose which the adjective is. Take it up and...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 33446   |  Last updated: Oct 16, 2020
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    Small children skipped.

In this English Grammar Quiz, we are going to focus on Degrees of Adjectives.  Adjectives have three degrees, positive, comparative, and superlative. To make a comparison between two or three subjects or objects, we use...

Questions: 12  |  Attempts: 30353   |  Last updated: Sep 22, 2020
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    The Empire State Building is one of __________ (tall) buildings in the USA.

Are you looking for trivia question quiz which involves identifying nouns, verbs, adjectives in a sentence? If you said yes, you are in luck as the quiz below is perfect for you so do give it a try and get to see just how well...

Questions: 6  |  Attempts: 19491   |  Last updated: Oct 9, 2020
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    The cat and dog ran around the dusty yard. What word is an adjective in the sentence above?

Can You Identify Proper Adjectives? In the following quiz on English grammar, we’re looking to help you boost your knowledge of the English language with the use and understand of proper adjectives! These are words that...

Questions: 8  |  Attempts: 5601   |  Last updated: Dec 30, 2020
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    1. That Swiss chocolate we got on Friday was way better than the chocolate we got at that grocery store.

Simply, adjectives that define people's personalities are called Personality Adjectives. Here in this short test, you are going to face ten-questions on the topic. This is an intermediate level grammar test, so, read...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 16629   |  Last updated: Nov 27, 2020
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Adjective Questions & Answers

What is the difference between Thru and Through?
Through and thru have the same meaning. The only difference between these two words is the spelling. Thru is a common slang used while chatting; people now spell through as thru in order to save them time while typing on social media. However, this i
What is the difference between Miner And Minor?
A miner is someone who works in a mine and would be in charge of trying to acquire some precious minerals and rocks that may be located deep within the shafts of the mountain that is being mined. There are a lot of miners who get compensated a lot b
What is the difference between Aloud and Allowed?
The words allowed and aloud are pronounced the same, which is their only similarity. Aloud literally means out loud. Loud could mean something is up at a higher capacity than which is tolerable. It means sound, so than anything that makes a sound wou
What is the difference between Valuable and Invaluable?
Valuable and invaluable can be used as the opposite of each other; they also have different meanings. They are adjectives that can be used for people, items, traits, actions, relationships, and so on. Valuable is used for items that are expensive or
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