Easy Adjectives Trivia

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1.

The small children skipped. What is the adjective here? 

Answer: Small
Explanation:
The correct answer is "Small" because it is the only option that is related to the given statement "The small children skipped." The other options, "Children," "Skipped," and "None of these," do not directly relate to the statement and do not provide a suitable answer.
2.

Silly puppies tugged at the rope. What is the adjective here? 

Answer: Silly
Explanation:
The given question provides a series of words, but only one of them is an adjective.  The correct answer is "Silly." The explanation for this answer can be that the question asks for a word that describes or relates to the action of puppies tugging. "Silly" can be seen as a suitable adjective to describe playful or mischievous behavior, which aligns with the action of tugging.
3.

The round ball bounced. What is the adjective here? 

Answer: Round
Explanation:
The given sentence states that "The round ball bounced." This implies that the ball in question is round in shape. Therefore, the correct answer is "Round."
4.

Pretty flowers bloomed. What is the adjective here? 

Answer: Pretty
Explanation:
The given sentence states that "pretty flowers bloomed." This means that attractive or beautiful flowers have started to open up and display their colors. Therefore, the correct answer is "Pretty" because it accurately describes the appearance of the flowers in the sentence.
5.

Special people won. What is the adjective here? 

Answer: Special
Explanation:
The correct answer is "Special" because the question states "Special people won." This implies that there was a group of people who were considered special and they emerged as the winners. The other options, "People," "Won," and "None of these," do not accurately describe the situation mentioned in the question.
6.

The worried parent waited. What is the adjective here? 

Answer: Worried
Explanation:
The correct answer is "Worried" because it is the only option that describes the parent's emotional state. The word "waited" simply indicates an action, while "parent" is a noun and "none of these" does not provide any relevant information. Therefore, "Worried" is the most suitable choice to describe the parent's state of mind.
7.

The hot volcano erupted. What is the adjective here? 

Answer: Hot
Explanation:
The word "hot" is the correct answer because it is the only word that describes the temperature of the volcano. The word "erupted" describes the action of the volcano, and "volcano" is the subject of the sentence. "None of these" does not provide any relevant information.
8.

Wet ducks swam. What is the adjective here? 

Answer: Wet
Explanation:
The word "Wet" is the correct answer because it is the only word in the given options that can be used as an adjective to describe the ducks. The other options "Swam" and "Ducks" are verbs and a noun respectively, and do not make sense in the context of the sentence.
9.

The bright light glowed. What is the adjective here? 

Answer: Bright
Explanation:
The word "bright" is the correct answer because it is the adjective that describes the type of light in the sentence. It suggests that the light was shining with intensity or brilliance.
10.

Fast cars raced. What is the adjective here? 

Answer: Fast
Explanation:
The given sentence "Fast cars raced" suggests that the cars were moving at a high speed. This implies that the cars were fast, which matches the answer choice "Fast".
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