Class 4 Adjective Worksheet with Examples and Explanations

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Adjective Examples and Explanations

Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns. They give you more information about people, places, and things.


1. a tall building

2. a beautiful flower

3. an empty cup

Some adjectives tell us what people or things are like by describing their quality. Other adjectives describe quantity or how much there is of something.


1. an old man (quality)

2. a happy family (quality)

3. a naughty girl (quality)

4. some rice (quantity)

5. a little water (quantity)

We use adjectives before a noun. We can also use adjectives after a verb. 


1. That is a pretty doll. (before the noun ‘doll’)

2. This doll is pretty. (after the verb ‘is’)

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Position of Adjectives

Depending on the position of the adjective, it can be divided into two parts:

1. Attributive Adjective

2. Predicative Adjective

If the Noun is described before the Noun, it will be called an Attributive Adjective.


1. He is a good boy.

If the noun describes the Noun or Pronoun sitting after the Noun or Pronoun, it is called a Predicative Adjective.


2. The boy is good.

Kinds of Adjectives

Adjectives are divided into six categories.

1. Adjective of Quality.

Adjectives of Quality are words that indicate the quality of a person, or thing.


1. A good man.

2. A bad example.

3. A wise teacher.

4. Rich man.

5. Poor beggar.

6. Cold air.

7. Hot coffee.

8. Easy questions.

9. Popular leader.

10. Funny story.

2. Adjective of Quantity.

Adjectives of Quality are words that indicate the quantity of a thing.


1. Much milk.

2. Some men.

3. All the cows

4. Enough food

All Lessons Class 4:

Lesson 1: NounLesson 11: The Present Continuous Tense 
Lesson 2: Countable and Uncountable NounsLesson 12: The Prast Tense 
Lesson 3: GenderLesson 13: The Future Tense 
Lesson 4: PronounsLesson 14: Adverbs
Lesson 5: ArticlesLesson 15: Prepositions
Lesson 6: AdjectivesLesson 16: Conjunctions
Lesson 7: Possessive AdjectivesLesson 17: Subject Verb Agreement
Lesson 8: Order of AdjectivesLesson 18: Subject and Predicate
Lesson 9: Degrees of AdjectivesLesson 19: Do as Directed
Lesson 10: The Present TenseLesson 20: Punctuation Marks

3. Demonstrative Adjective.

Demonstrative Adjectives are used to point at people or things.


1. This boy

2. That book

3. These apples

4. Those balls

4. Adjective of Number

The adjective of Number tells us the exact number of things or their order in a series of things.


1. Two cakes

2. Ten boys

3. Tenth row

4. Second girl.

5. Interrogative Adjective

Interrogative Adjectives are used to ask questions.


1. Which pen?

2. What questions?

3. Whose book?

6. Possessive Adjective

Possessive adjectives are words that we use with nouns to say that something belongs to a person or a thing.


1. This is your book.(possessive adjective) (noun)

2. I have lost my pencil. (possessive adjective) (noun)

The following table shows us the possessive adjectives and which subject pronouns they are used for.

Subject PronounObject Pronoun


1. I have a bicycle. My bicycle is very old.

2. We have a cat. Our cat is black.

3. They have brought bags. Their bags are on the table.

Difference between possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns

Possessive adjectives are always placed before nouns, while possessive pronouns are never placed before nouns.


1. This toy is mine. (possessive pronoun)

2. This is my toy. (possessive adjective)

The possessive adjective its is different from it’s (the short form of ‘it is‘).


1. The cat wants its food.

2. It’s time for dinner.

Whose used as Adjectives

We use the question word whose to find the owner of something. When used with a noun, it acts as a possessive adjective. Without a noun, it is a possessive pronoun.


1. Whose football is that? (possessive adjective)

2.  Whose is that football? (possessive pronoun)

3.  Whose CDs are these? (possessive adjective)

4. Whose are these CDs? (possessive pronoun)

Whose is different from who’s, which is just a short form of ‘who is’.


Whose mobile phone is this?

Who’s knocking at the door?

Order of adjectives

Sometimes, we use more than one adjective before a noun.


1. a big blue hat

2. a large oval window

3. three beautiful little grey kittens

4. a dusty small old round brown box

When we use two or more adjectives before the noun, we put them in the following order.

Quantity or NumberQuality or OpinionSizeAgeShapeColorNoun
4. adustysmalloldroundbrownbox

Class 4 Adjective Worksheet 1

1. Underline the adjectives in the following sentences and identify whether they describe quality or quantity.

1. My blue jeans need to be washed. ___________

2. The play was quite exciting. The actors were very good._________ 

3. There is a huge stadium near Rashi’s house. _________ 

4. The story is about a wise old woman. _________ 

5. Sanchit bought eight notebooks and some rice from the market. _________ 

6. Many people attended the concert yesterday. _________ 

Class 4 Adjective Worksheet 2

2. Complete the following sentences with the correct adjectives.

[Words: black, old, left, unique, many, little]

1. The ________ guitar still sounds good.

2. There are  ________ ways to solve a Maths problem.

3. Sam always chooses the  ________ pieces while playing chess.

4. Lokesh has a very  ________ way of looking at things.

5. Sonia could see  ________ drops of rain falling on her windowpane.

6. We should have taken that  ________ turn.

Class 4 Adjective Worksheet 3

3. Complete the following sentences with suitable possessive adjectives.

1. Swati wants to finish ___________ dinner before the show starts.

2. They have left ___________ dog with the neighbors for two days.

3. This lock is useless without ___________  key.

4. Rahul and ___________  friend might go to the mall today to do shopping.

5. You can spend the night at ___________ house. We have an extra bed for you.

6. ___________  tennis coach wants us to practice ___________  serves every day.

Class 4 Adjective Worksheet 4

4. Underline the possessive adjectives and circle the possessive pronouns in the following sentences.

1. My shoes are red, but his shoes are a darker shade than mine.

2. Your umbrella won’t be required. I have got mine. You can leave yours at home.

3. The dish that my uncle made was my favourite dish of the night. Which one was yours?

4. Suraj will bring his racket. I have mine. Can you bring your shuttlecock?

5. I have told her not to unwrap her presents yet.

6. Shubham came to my birthday party with Sanya. He is a friend of hers.

Class 4 Adjective Worksheet 5

5. Write the questions for the following answers using whose as either a possessive pronoun (PP) or a possessive adjective (PA), as instructed in the brackets.

1. __________________________________ (PA)

Kishore’s shoes are lying in the drawing room.

2. __________________________________ (PA)

That bike belongs to Deepti.

3. __________________________________ (PP)

This guitar with a broken string is Kiren’s.

4. __________________________________ (PA)

This red jacket belongs to Keerthi.

5. __________________________________ (PP)

This pair of dark blue jeans belongs to Mehul.

6. __________________________________ (PA)

Medha’s science textbook is kept on the table.

Class 4 Adjective Worksheet 6

6. Complete the passage with suitable possessive adjectives.

Mukul is ________friend from school. ________  parents have just moved here from Dehradun. ________ brother is studying in Europe to become a chef. ________ house in Chennai is on the East Coast road.  It is a big white house with ________ windows facing the sea. Mukul’s father owns a toy shop. ________ shop has become quite famous for ________  interesting collection of toys. Mukul’s sister is a musician and plays the guitar in a band. ________ guitar skills are widely known. ________ was interviewed by the famous Beats magazine last month. The magazine also featured the band on ________  cover for that issue. 

Worksheet 7

7. Put the following words in order to form sentences.

1. a nice/has/Jerry/orange/big/jacket


2. a kitten/by the road/Diya found/black/weak/tiny


3. beautiful/a/1/gifted Mother/umbrella/yellow


4 three/lovely/Grandma knitted/green/for us/sweaters/big


5. old/bat/Sanchit has/purple/a big


6. big/boxes/wants to/Tara/two/grey/old/open the


Worksheet 8

8. Make six sentences using the adjectives given in the box. Use at least three in each sentence.







Worksheet 9

9. Complete the following passage using the adjectives in the brackets in the correct order.

Last week, we went to an amusement park. We tried out so many interesting rides. There was an old-looking large __________________ (old-looking, large) boat. It moved in the shape of an arc, up-down-up, up-down-up. It was a fun ride. After that, we got into __________________  (red, little, cute) cars and raced each other around the __________________ (round, smooth, long) tracks. We also got to ride the roller coaster.

It hadding __________________ (five, long) stretches, each stretch higher than the previous one. It was a scary but exciting adventure. After that we moved to our next ride. A __________________(shiny, huge, green) dragon awaited us. The dragon had geld __________________ (scary, big, yellow) eyes. The dragon ride went high up in the air and then down again. It was much like the roller-coaster ride but shorter than that. With that we called it a day and finished off our fun day out with __________________ (yummy, fruit, one) lolly each!

Worksheet 10

10. Describe the following objects using at least four adjectives in the correct order.

1. the board in your classroom


2. the uniform that you are wearing


3. your school


4. your best friend


5. Your favorite book