The word 'quality' is both and adjective and a noun.Examples:It's a good investment to own at least one pair of quality shoes. (adjective)His best quality is his honesty. (noun)
Yes, the word 'quality' is both and adjective and a noun. Examples:Adjective: It's a good investment to own at least one pair of quality shoes.Noun: His best quality is his honesty.
For the phrase 'quality control inspection' the word quality is an adjective; the word control is a noun acting as an adjective; the word inspection is a noun.
Unacceptable is an adjective to mean something that is inappropriate or of low quality. Examples: "Profanity is unacceptable language at school." "The quality of this lumber is unacceptable."
Examples of an adjective modifier is a word that gives more detail about the adjective. Some examples are very, moderately, slowly, quite, etc. These modifiers can also be numbers.
An adjective is a word that describes the quality of a noun.
No. Quality is a noun, sometimes used as an adjective or adjunct, as in "quality time" or "quality workmanship."
"Create" isn't an adjective, it's a verb.
Yes, it is an adjective. It means excellent, or of superior quality.
The word bad, meaning "of poor quality", is an adjective.
yes "diligent" is an adjective. because it describes the quality of a noun
adjective of quality
Yes, it is.
Yes, it is.
The comparative adjective expresses a higher degree of a quality, but not the highest possible (e.g., braver) The superlative adjective expresses the highest or a very high degree of a quality (e.g., bravest)
Series of adjective also need to have commas between them
Here are a some examples of adjective forms of the word admire: admirable admiring
"a" and "the" are not adjectives. These are examples of what we call article(s).
adjectives that describe words
My friend is friendly
The word meager (UK spelling meagre) is an adjective meaning "deficient in quality".
A superlative adjective is an adjective that expresses the highest order, degree, or quality of something. For example, the "best" or the "brightest" person.
A proper adjective works the same way as a regular adjective, in the fact that it modifies a noun. However, a proper adjective typically comes from a proper noun, so some examples would be "Shakespearean tragedy," "American woman," or "Freudian slip."
A 'quality adjective' (also called an adjective of quality) is a word that describes the nature or quality of a noun, for example:a smart boya heavy suitcasea sunny daystone steps