Adjectives Exercises for Class 7

The “Adjectives Exercises for Class 7” is an exceptional resource designed to enrich the language skills of students at this pivotal stage of their education.

This set of Adjectives Exercises for Class 7 is meticulously crafted to enhance their understanding and application of adjectives, an essential component of effective communication and writing.

Adjectives Class 7

An adjective is a word that qualifies a noun and a pronoun.


1. We heard a loud cry.

2. It is a hot day.

3. He spoke in a low voice.

4. I saw a dark cloud in the sky.


Adjectives are mainly divided into two categories according to their uses.

(1) Attributive Adjective and (2) Predicative Adjective.

Adjectives that sit right before a noun and express the quality, fault, or condition of the noun i.e. attribute, are called Attributive Adjectives.


1. The red pen is on the table.

2. The kind man helps the poor.

The adjectives that qualify the noun or pronoun after the verb or verb as predicate or predicate, i.e. express quality, then they are called Predicative Adjectives.


1. The milk is hot.

2. Moumita is very beautiful.

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Adjectives are mainly divided into six categories in terms of nature and quality. Namely—

1. Proper Adjective 

2. Adjective of Quality

3. Adjective of Quantity

4. Pronominal Adjective 

5. Numerical Adjective 

6. Emphasizing Adjective


Adjectives formed from proper nouns are called proper adjectives. They begin with a capital 

Examples : 

1. We are Indians. 

2.  Lata likes the Chinese dish. 

3. Mr. John is a European.


Adjectives that express the quality, defect or state of a noun, is called Adjective of quality.

Examples : 

1. Mohan is a brave boy. 

2. The boy is intelligent. 

3.  Ashoka was a great Emperor


An adjective that indicates the quantity of a noun is called an Adjective of quantity.


1. Give him a little sugar. 

2. The baby likes a lot of honey.


When a pronoun is used like an adjective to express the quality of the noun, then that pronoun

It is called Pronominal Adjective.


1. That boy behaves well.

2. That is your pen.

3. Each boy gets the prize.

4. Which pen do you like?

Pronominal adjectives can again be divided into the following six categories—

1. Demonstrative Adjective.

2. Distributive Adjective.

3.  Possessive Adjective.

4.  Relative Adjective.

5. Interrogative Adjective.

6. Exclamatory Adjective.


Demonstrative adjectives point out which person or thing is meant.


1. These are ripe bananas.

2. That boy fell in the ditch yesterday.

3. This pen is yours and that pen is mine.


The adjective that refers to each person, object, or animal individually or refers to each group or group individually in multiple groups,  is called a Distributive adjective.


1. Each boy in the group got a prize.

2. Each and every member of the club has been rewarded.


When a Pronoun comes before a Noun to express possession or relationship, then that Pronoun is called a Possessive Adjective. Because then they act like adjectives. 


1.  This is my book. 

2. That is his ball. 

3. It is your umbrella.


The adjective that comes after a previous noun and joins two sentences to show their relationship, that adjective is called a relative adjective.


1. The bread which you bought from the market is delicious.

2.  I went to the temple where a holy sage lives.


When what, whose, which word- when used before a noun to ask a question like an adjective, then they are called an Interrogative adjective,


1. What type of boy is he? 

2. Whose umbrella is this?


When a word exclamatory expresses the quality of a noun, then that word is called Exclamatory adjective.


1. What a fine goal it is!


An adjective that indicates a specific number of a noun is called a numerical adjective.

They can be divided into four categories—

1. Cardinal Numerical Adjective.

2.  Ordinal Numerical Adjective 

3.  Multicative Numerical Adjective.

4.  Indefinite Numerical Adjective 

5.1 Cardinal Numeral Adjectives

The words (one, two, ten, fifty)  that usually indicate the number of an object or person is called a Cardinal Numerical Adjective.


1. Only one lemon is in the basket.

5.2 Ordinal Numerical Adjective :

An ordinal Numeral Adjective is a word that refers to a specific object or person in serial numbers.

Adjective. For example- first, tenth, etc.

Example: Gopa is the first girl in her class.


5.3 Multicative Numerical Adjective :

The word that indicates double, triple, multiplicity, and dimension, is called Multicative Numerical Adjective 

Adjective: double, triple, ten-times, hundred-times etc.

Example: This room is double the size of the two.

5.4  Indefinite Numerical Adjective:

The word that means any number, but how many cannot be specified, is called Indefinite

Numerical Adjective. 

Adjectives: some, all, many, a few, etc.

Example: A few girls only have come to our house. (A few means a few or a few


Adjectives that are used to express emphasis, firmness, or importance are called Emphasizing Adjectives.


1. We live in the same village.

2. I saw a white bear in the zoo with my own eyes.

Adjectives Exercises for Class 7

The “Adjectives Exercises for Class 7” is more than just a set of practice tasks; it’s a gateway to elevating language proficiency.

Exercises 1

1. Pick out all the Adjectives of the following sentences and say to which class each of them belongs

1. The yellow bird sang on a tall tree.

2. He has called several times.

3. What time is it?

4. Which way is longer?

5. Every man must do his duty.

6. Several persons were present in the meeting.

7. Give me some milk.

8. He comes here every day.

9. Ten men can do the work.

10. Abdul won the second prize.

11. He died a glorious death.

12. My friend lives in the next house.

13. Some dreams are not like reality.

14. Neither pen was good.

15. The Indian army fought hard.

16. The boy received well.

17. All men must die.

Exercises 2

2. Supply suitable Adjectives to fill in the gaps.

1.  It is a ________ lie.

2. ________ girl should be loved.

3.  He is a man of ________ambition.

4. He has no ________ cash.

5. ________ book do you want?

6. ________ boy is industrious.

7.  ________ days make a month.

8. The ________ prize was won by Soumen.

9. Calcutta is a ________ city.

10. She is an ________ lady.

11. ________ men must die.

12. ________ pen will do.

13. ________ boy is stronger than Ram.

14. ________ way shall we go?

Exercises 3

3. Show the Attributive and Predictive use of the adjectives in the following sentences.

1. Iron is a useful metal.

2. Gold is not useful.

3. I met a lame man.

4. The dog was lame.

5. A cuckoo is black.

6. The idle boy was punished.

7. The blind dog cannot run.

8. That house is new.

9. Rabi is very tired.

10. I thought him very intelligent.

11. She is an intelligent girl.

12. The boiler makes the water hot.

13. Hot water is needed for tea.

14. Sampa is unwell.

Exercises 4

4. Use the following adjectives to fill in the gaps.

[List: element, weak, popular, aware, nonsense, angry, elder, bright, gentle, smallest.]

1. Rabi is ________ of his weak points.

2. Rekha is my ________  sister.

3. This ________  man is my friend.

4. Please don’t talk________ .

5. My brother is very ________  in English.

6. It’s a very ________  and colorful day.

7. Baichung Bhutia is a ________ footballer.

8. The Antarctic is the ________  Ocean.

9. My mother is ________  with me.

10. Gopal is the ________ boy in the class.

Exercises 5

5. Fill in the blanks by putting the following Adjectives in their proper place.

[List: rich, blue, idle, little, fast, blind, hot, near, beautiful, lame.]

1. Look at the ________ boy.

2. He is a ________ man.

3. A ________ man is coming.

4. His school is ________ his house.

5. The sky is ________.

6. She is a ________ girl.

7. He is a boy ________.

8. She gave me ________ milk.

9. The dog runs ________ 

Exercises 6

6. Fill in the blanks with the following adjectives

[ proud, simple, kind, loving, intelligent, strict, poor, rich, helpful, honest]

1. Vidyasagar was a ________ man.

2. An ________boy understands quickly.

3. The ________should help the poor people.

4. ________ discipline is seen in the army.

5. A peacock is a ________ bird.

6. A stick is ________ to an old man.

7. All should help the ________ blind boy.

8. Gandhiji led a ________ life.

9. He was brought up by the ________ care of his aunt.

10. The ________ persons are now few.

Exercises 7

7. Fill up the blanks with suitable words from the brackets.

(i) Iron is _______ than gold. (very useful, more useful) 

(ii) She is her father’s _______  daughter. (oldest, eldest) 

(iii) He Came _______  than his brother. (later, latter) 

(iv) I want the former, not the _______. (latter, later) 

(v) Dulal Sen is the _______  boy in the class. (good, better, best) 

(vi) French is _______ than English. (easier/easiest) 

(vii) My Cycle is _______  than yours. (bad/worse) 

(ix) Suman is _______ than Gagan. (intelligent/more intelligent) 

(viii) My watch is _______  than yours. (gooder/better) 

(x) He is the _______  of the two, (cleverest, cleverer)