The four questions that adjectives answer are: How many, what kind, which one, and to what extent.
Adjectives answer the questions Which one, what kind, how many, how much, whose. Adverbs answer the questions Where, when, how, how often, to what extent.
Adjectives answer these questions: What kind? Which one? How many? How much? Adjectives modify nouns and pronouns (naming words).
Adjectives answer the following questions: "Which one?" "What kind?" "How many?" "How much?" and "Whose?"
Adjectives answer these four questions: Which one? What kind? How much? Whose?
Adjectives ask these questions: which one, what kind, how many, how much, whose.
They answer the questions "How" or "what" :)
Adjectives are parts of speech that add description. There are four types of adjectives: descriptive adjectives, limiting adjectives, predicate adjectives and verbals as adjectives.
because of its meaning.
There are actually four classes of adjectives. The classes are descriptive adjectives, adjectives of quantity, demonstrative adjectives, and pronominal adjectives
There are four forms of adjectives: attributive, predicative, absolute, and nominal
That, This, These, Those
Who, what, when, where, how, and why are not adjectives. Who is a pronoun and the rest are adverbs.
These, that, those, this
Which one?What kind?How many?
No, it is not an adverb. Questions is the plural noun for question, which can also be a verb. The related adjectives are questioning and questionable, which has the adverb form questionably.
Adjectives modify a noun or pronoun...Adjectives usually answer three questions about the nouns they describe:ExamplesI have a blue car (What type?)Four tickets, please. (How many?)I would buy these shoes. (Which?)
Wise, Helpful, determind,creative.
mislead, dupe, delude, con
Gloomy, hateful, jealous, possesive
You can ask the question exactly to the point. Adjectives can be used to make it specific.