Adjective worksheet for Class 6

The Adjective Worksheet designed for Class 6 students is an invaluable tool for nurturing and honing essential language skills.

This  Adjective worksheet for Class 6 serves as an engaging and interactive resource to help young learners grasp the concept of adjectives with ease and confidence.

It provides a wide array of exercises and activities carefully crafted to cater to the diverse needs and learning styles of Class 6 students.

Class 6 Adjectives

An adjective is a word used to qualify a noun or pronoun. – J.C. Nesfield


1. I have seen a fine ship.

2. My father is a tall man

3. She is an intelligent.

4. You are honest.

Position of Adjectives

Most adjectives occur before a noun and after a verb. 


1. He is an old man. (before the noun)

2. My grandfather is old. (after the verb)

3. He is an intelligent man. (before the noun)

4. He is intelligent. (after the verb)

When adjectives are used before a noun, they are called attributive adjectives. When adjectives are used after a verb, they are called predicative adjectives.

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Kinds of Adjectives

There are seven kinds of adjectives.

1. Adjectives of Quality

An adjective that describes the quality of a noun is called an adjective of quality.


1. Cacti have spiny leaves.

2. She cooked me a tasty lunch.

3. He is a lawyer with lots of famous clients.

4. She is a beautiful lady.

2. Adjectives of Quantity

An adjective that shows the amount of a noun or a pronoun is called an adjective

of quantity. 


1. Would you like some sugar in your coffee?

2. Many people attended the ceremony.

3. Take a little rest before you start.

4. I have enough money to help you.

3. Adjectives of Number

An adjective that shows how many people or things are being referred to or tells us their order in a series is called an adjective of number.


1. Today is the first day of April.

2. Open the sixth chapter of the book.

3. Seven days make a week.

4. He ate three burgers!

4. Demonstrative Adjectives

An adjective that helps to point at people or things is called a demonstrative adjective.


1. Whom does this bag belong to?

2. That building is a museum.

3. These girls are my classmates.

4. Those towers are very tall.

Remember:  Demonstrative adjectives are followed by nouns while demonstrative pronouns are not.


1. This car is very fast. ( demonstrative adjectives)

2. This is a fast car. ( demonstrative pronouns)

5. Possessive Adjectives

An adjective that helps to identify possession is called a possessive adjective.


1. Have you met their pet?

2. This is my room.

3. That is his bicycle.

4. This is our garden.

Remember:  Possessive adjectives are followed by nouns while possessive pronouns are not.


1. This is my car. ( possessive adjectives)

2. This car is mine. ( possessive pronouns)

6. Distributive Adjectives

An adjective that expresses the distributive state of nouns is called a distributive adjective.


1. Each school sent two participants for the inter-school debate.

2. Every student has adopted a pet.

3. Either road will lead you to my house.

4. Neither house is big enough.

Remember:  There are four distributive adjectives and they are used with singular nouns and singular verbs.

7. Interrogative Adjectives

An adjective that helps to ask a question is called an interrogative adjective.


1. What song are you listening to?

2. Which book do you want to read?

3. Whose house is this?

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Adjective worksheet for Class 6

Within this Adjective worksheet for Class, students embark on a journey of linguistic discovery, exploring the world of adjectives.

Worksheet 1

1. Mark whether the adjectives in these sentences are attributive adjectives (A) or predicative adjectives (P).

1. I am hungry.

2. She is a haughty girl.

3. This is a delicious cake.

4. Mahima feels sick.

5. The princess looks pretty.

6. She wore a pretty dress.

7. The little boy is very naughty.

8. The athlete is quick and powerful.

9. Going into the river can be dangerous.

10. The sky grew dark as the storm approached.

11. Burgers, fries, and pizzas are called fast foods.

12. The green monster was killed by the brave knight.

Worksheet 2

2. Identify the adjectives and state their kind.

1. Today is a beautiful day.

2. The weather is cool and pleasant.

2. She did not clear the final test.

4. Earlier films used to be silent,

5. Rahim slept all day long.

6. I go through every piece of news seriously.

7. There is still some milk in the jug,

8. Either boy can go at a time, but not both.

Worksheet 3

3. Underline the adjectives and identify their kind.

1. Those flowers have withered.

2. A few members attended the meeting.

3. The excitement of meeting with each other was breathless

4. Stand aside. Let these people pass.

5. They are too poor to afford enough food to eat.

6. He is deeply ashamed of his rude behavior.

7. He should be given a second chance to qualify for the test.

8. That train is bound for Chennai.

Worksheet 4

4. Fill in the blanks with the kind of adjectives as suggested in the brackets.

1. The smell of the flower is ____________ (quality)

2. They have offered me a ____________ job. (quality)

3. ____________students of the class were present. (number)

4. Have you got ____________prize? (possessive)

5. He climbed the ____________tower. (quality)

6. The climate in ____________city is hot. (distributive)

7. ____________shoes are not comfortable. (demonstrative)

8. ____________comedy serial do you like best? (interrogative)

9. Would you like to eat ____________rice? (quantity)

10. He dedicated his  ____________life to helping the poor. (quantity)

11.  ____________book will do, (distributive)

12.  ____________room is very cozy, (demonstrative)

13. You can watch  ____________coverage of the match tonight. (quality)

Worksheet 6

6. Fill in the blanks with suitable adjectives.

One ____________day, a ____________fox was taking a stroll. Suddenly, he came across a ____________ vineyard ____________bunches of ____________grapes hung from the vines. The sight made the fox ____________. He leaped up at the grapes ____________times. But they were too ____________above him to reach. After____________time, he decided to give up. “The grapes must be ____________, ‘said the fox, as he walked away.

Worksheet 7

7. Use the adjectives opposite in meaning to the bold ones and rewrite the sentences.

1. Naren is a cruel boy.

2. Amartya is careful in mathematics.

3. The tiger is a wild animal.

4. This food tastes bitter.

5. He has a soft heart.

6. They are not clever at all.

7. He gave a strong fight.

8. Ramu is honest.

9. He buys cheap dresses.

Worksheet 8

8. Find out suitable Adjectives from the brackets and make meaningful sentences.

1.  He is a boy (good/curly).

2.  His result is (right/poor).

3.  Man is an animal (good/intelligent).

4. The Ganga is the river in India (best/longest).

5.  It is a song (beautiful/melodious).

6.  Mr. Mazumder is a man (lonely/lovely).

7. Chennai is a city (popular/populous).

8.  The butterfly has wings (colorful/careful).