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ADJECTIVE
Types of Adjective Adjective of Quality Adjective of Quantity
Demonstrative Adjective Interrogative Adjective Possessive Adjective
Distributive Adjective Degrees of Comparison Formation of Adjective
DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES

An Adjective used to point out which person/thing we speak is called Demonstrative Adjective. These adjectives are used to point out or indicate a particular noun or pronoun using the adjectives - This, That, These and Those.

Examples
This pen writes well.
That tree is very big.
These boys are intelligent.
Those men are lazy.
 
Note: This & These are used to point out persons/things nearby and that & those are used for far away persons/things.
Pick out Demonstrative Adjective.
 
Examples
This book is heavy.
These Trousers are new.
That house belongs to me.
Those shops were built last year.
Such men become popular.
I have read these books.
Sarita has joined that school.
We are selling this house.
Who brought those flower?.
Everybody loves such children.
Make the following phrases Plural:
 
Examples
  Singular Plural
This poor, little child. There are poor, little children.
This cute, white puppy. These are cute, white puppies.
This new, red car. These are new, red cars.
That big banyan tree. Those are big banyan trees.
That fresh pink rose. Those are fresh pink roses.
Such a lovely baby. Such are lovely babies.
Make the following phrases Singular:
 
Examples
  Plural Singular
These golden bangles. This golden bangle.
These brave soldiers. This brave soldier.
These honest & polite men. This honest & polite man.
Those are diamond rings. That is a diamond ring.
Those silly stories. That silly story.
Such sharp briefs. Such sharp brief.
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Types of Adjective Adjective of Quality Adjective of Quantity
Demonstrative Adjective Interrogative Adjective Possessive Adjective
Distributive Adjective Degrees of Comparison Formation of Adjective