The noun cheer leading is a common noun. The nouns cheerleader or cheerleaders are also common nouns unless they a specific group of cheerleaders. That's where your proper adjective comes in, for example Olympic Cheerleaders, the adjective Olympic makes cheerleaders a specific group of cheerleaders.
The word 'Buddhistic' is the adjective form of the noun Buddhism.The adjective 'Buddhistic' is a proper adjective; the noun 'Buddhism' is a proer noun. A proper adjective and a proper noun are always capitalized.
A proper adjective is a descriptive word derived from a proper noun.Some examples are:Asia (proper noun) - Asian (proper adjective)Brazil (proper noun) - Brazilian (proper adjective)Canada (proper noun) - Canadian (proper adjective)Elizabeth I (proper noun) - Elizabethan (proper adjective)Sigmund Freud (proper noun) - Freudian (proper adjective)George Orwell (proper noun) - Orwellian (proper adjective)Proper nouns and proper adjectives are always capitalized.
A proper adjective always has the root of a proper noun. You change the noun into an adjective just as Canadian, or Shakespearian.
The proper adjective for the proper noun 'Celt' is Celtic.Please note that a proper noun and a proper adjective is always capitalized.
Indonesian is not a noun. It is the proper adjective for the proper noun Indonesia.
The proper adjective for the proper noun Shakespeare(always capitalize a proper noun) is Shakespearean (always capitalize a proper adjective).
France is always a proper noun it is never a proper adjective (what is a proper adjective? The adjective is french. I like french food
The word British is a proper adjective describing a noun as of or from Britain. A proper adjective as well as a proper noun is always capitalized.
A proper noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or a title. A proper adjective is a proper noun or a word derived from a proper noun; for example:The Swiss (noun) are famous for their chocolates and Swiss (adjective) cheese.Victorian (adjective) styles are generally things from the time of Queen Victoria's (noun) reign.
No, the adjective Hawaiian is a proper adjective, a word that describes a noun; or a proper noun for a person from Hawaii, also a proper noun.
Switzerland is the proper noun.
No, 'celebrated' is an adjective.