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Soal (Essay) Adjective Beserta Jawaban

Kumpulan Soal (Esai/Uraian) Materi Adjective

1. Is walk a adjective?

2. Is watch a verb or adjective?

3. Is eating an adjective?

4. Is little a noun verb or adjective?

5. What comes first adjective or adverb?

6. What is noun adjective and adverb?

7. Is fast adjective or adverb?

8. Is outgoing a adjective?

9. Is chocolate an adjective?

10. Is float a adjective?

11. Is student an adjective?


1. (The underlined word is walked, and it is a verb. The italicized word is slowly, and it is the adverb that describes how he walked.) ... (The underlined word annoyed is an adjective because it describes Jenny. The italicized word clearly is an adverb describing annoyed.

2. watch (verb) watch (noun) watching brief (noun) watch list (noun)

3. adjective. good or fit to eat, especially raw (distinguished from cooking): eating apples.

4. little (adjective) little (adverb) ... little bitty (adjective) Little Dipper (noun) little finger (noun)

5. Look at the placement
Here's an easy way to know where to put an adjective in a sentence. It will usually appear just before the noun it's describing. By contrast, an adverb will usually appear right after the verb it's describing.

6. Nouns are things, adjectives describe things, verbs are what the things do, and adverbs are how they do it

7. Fast and quick mean moving with great speed. Fast is both an adjective and an adverb. Quick is an adjective and the adverb form is quickly

8. The adjective outgoing describes someone with a friendly, easy personality. Your outgoing friend might not understand how hard it is for shy people to speak in front of an audience.

9. adjective. made, flavored, or covered with chocolate: chocolate cake; chocolate ice cream. having the color of chocolate; dark-brown.

10. adjective. being buoyed up on water or other liquid. having little or no attachment to a particular place; moving from one place to another: a floating work force.

11. To answer your question simply: an attributive noun is still a noun, it does not become an adjective. As several commenters have noted, student is being used as an attributive noun, and jailed is being used as an attributive adjective. This doesn't change their classification. Let's take them one at a time.