Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2014-03-21 03:40:54
2014-03-21 03:40:54

There are two, as identified by the bolded font: What is the adjective in thissentence.


Related Questions

there is no adjective in this sentence, an adjective describes a noun

There is no predicate adjective in that sentence.

The adjective in that sentence is "beautiful". An adjective is used to desciribe a noun. The noun in the sentence is "gift".

Noun sentence: Jane is nice.Pronoun sentence: She is nice.adjective sentence: Warm is nice.

The adjective in that sentence would be skillfully.

It is an adjective of the sentence and it is charecterized by the linking verb in the sentence

In which sentence is the underlined clause an adjective clause

An adjective describes a noun or pronoun. The following sentence is an example of a sentence using an adjective. The lazy dog slept all day. The word lazy is the adjective that describes dog.

NO but in the sentence "Use of the word "in" as an adjective is IN these days" the IN is an adjective

The sentence is a declarative sentence, a sentence making a statement. The adjective in the sentence is 'high' describing the noun 'kick'. The word 'very' is used as an adverb to modify the adjective 'high'.

An adjective subscribed a noun.:-)

A adjective that starts a sentence

"The light was on" is a complete sentence. "On" is the adjective.

The adjective in this sentence is "fast"; "really" acts as an adverb.

We need adjective in a sentence because it adds something to the meaning of a noun.

In that sentence your is an adjective, or a possessive pronominal adjective.

The adjective in the sentence is little (the little children).

Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.