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Day 5: Adjectives - English (in Hindi)
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This lesson explains adjectives and kinds of adjectives.

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You are a great teacher sir.. Really
Sukhvir Sir
2 years ago
Sukriya
mam plz don't get angry ur voice is heartmelting, sometimes it happens that my mind gets diverted towards the beauty of ur voice, mam plz don't get offended I'm sorry if u didn't liked my comment
No issue...Thanks for the complement and all the best
thnku so mch mam nd mam plz tell diff between my nd mine ?
Akhil Srivastava
10 months ago
MY ke badh noun aata hain but MINE ke badh noun nahi lagta. eg: this is MY bag( noun). this bag is MINE( not followed by any noun). hope this has served your purpose. happy learning!
Tanu pal
10 months ago
thnku so mch dear
Akhil Srivastava
10 months ago
welcome and happy new year 2019. hope iss saal hum sab ki job lage!
Tanu pal
10 months ago
same to u g
Mine tells about possession without a noun following it. My is followed by a noun...my home...my work...etc
Tanu pal
10 months ago
thnku niharika mam
I am watching Ur videos a very first time,, and I became a fan of you mam. You are a very good teacher.. Mode of your teaching and delevering process is very proactive and your voice is very clear and sweet. Thank you so much mam.
each and every girl must take..mein take q aaya h takes q ni aata
Somnath Kumar
10 months ago
kyonki must modal verb hai jiske bad verb withous s/es verb form hi use hota hai.
MUST+V1
Pooja
10 months ago
takes bhi 1st form hi h...plz guys solve my doubt
In active voice you will use MODAL VERB + V1 (without s/es/ies)
Pooja
10 months ago
thanks mam
Thank you for such good quality content especially SACOM order.
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  4. Generally placed just before the noun they are modifying - A blue pen, A brave man ADJECTIVES Order of multiple adjective:s size/shape + age + colour + origin + material . Ex - A large ancient pearl white Italian marble pot is the main attraction of this museum


  5. Using article the before adjective will indicate that adjective is considered as a noun (class, type or group) ADJECTIVES .Ex - This is the group of the old . The young needs more guidance.


  6. (a) Of quality: clever, wet, thin, silver, Ex It is a square packet. .(b) Distributive: each, every, either, Ex Each and every girl must take self defence good, heavy, round, square KINDS OF ADJECTIVES neither classes. (c) Quantitative: one, twenty, first, some, Ex - He gave me twenty thousand rupees any, no, little, few, many, much


  7. (d) Interrogative: whose, which, what Ex - Whose pen is this? KINDS OF ADJECTIVES .(e) Possessive: my, your, his, her, its, our, your, their Ex- That is her bag .(f) Demonstrative: this, these (near), that, those (far) Ex This house is mine


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