Adjective Worksheets – Adjective Execises

In this adjectives worksheet, you will explore the power of descriptive words in enhancing your writing. Through a series of engaging exercises, you will learn to identify, use, and apply adjectives effectively to enrich your language and communication skills.

Please take a moment to go over the articles listed below to enrich your knowledge of adjectives:

Adjective Exercises

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Adjective Worksheets

Adjective worksheet 1: Multiple-choice questions

1. The _____ dog kept barking all night.

  • A) noisy
  • B) noisily
  • C) noise

2. She wore a _____ dress to the party.

  • A) silk beautiful long
  • B) beautiful long silk
  • C) long beautiful silk

3. This is the _____ story I have ever heard.

  • A) more interesting
  • B) most interesting
  • C) interesting

4. The _____ water of the ocean looked inviting.

  • A) clear blue
  • B) blue clear
  • C) clearly blue

5. I need to find a _____ place to concentrate on my work.

  • A) quiet
  • B) quietly
  • C) quietest

6. Of the two brothers, Michael is the _____.

  • A) taller
  • B) more tall
  • C) tallest

7. The movie was not interesting; in fact, it was quite _____.

  • A) bored
  • B) boring
  • C) bore

8. That was a _____ performance; everyone was impressed.

  • A) remarkable
  • B) remarkably
  • C) remark

9. The documentary provided ________ insights into the natural world.

  • A) perceptive
  • B) perceptible
  • C) perceptional

10. The ________ heat of the desert can be overwhelming for travelers.

  • A) oppressively
  • B) oppressed
  • C) oppressive

Answers:

1. A 6. A
2. B 7. B
3. B 8. A
4. A 9. A
5. A 10. C

Adjective worksheet 2: Correct the errors

  1. She had on a red beautiful dress.
  2. He is smarter than her, but she is more tallest.
  3. The story was very much interesting.
  4. This is the most unique painting I have ever seen.
  5. She adopted two little cute kittens from the shelter.
  6. The movie was so boring that I fell asleep.
  7. The instructions were too much complicated to understand.
  8. That is a more better solution than what we had before.
  9. The weather today is more hotter than yesterday.
  10. I just read an most amazing book.
  11. The blue clear sky made for a perfect day.
  12. He gave me a green big apple.
  13. The cake she baked was extremely deliciously.
  14. This is a much important issue than you think.
  15. It was the worstest game I have ever played.
  16. She is the elder of the two sisters.
  17. The test was so easiest that everyone got a perfect score.
  18. That was a very splendid performance.
  19. She has a hair curly brown.
  20. The crystal-clear water in the lake was very refreshing.

Answers:

  1. She had on a beautiful red dress. (Adjective order corrected)
  2. He is smarter than she is, but she is taller. (Corrected the comparative form of ‘tall’)
  3. The story was very interesting. (Removed the unnecessary ‘much’)
  4. This is the most unique painting I have ever seen. (No correction needed; ‘unique’ is an absolute adjective and should not be used with ‘most’)
  5. She adopted two cute little kittens from the shelter. (Adjective order corrected)
  6. The movie was so boring that I fell asleep. (No correction needed; the sentence is correct)
  7. The instructions were too complicated to understand. (Removed the unnecessary ‘much’)
  8. That is a better solution than what we had before. (Removed the unnecessary ‘more’)
  9. The weather today is hotter than yesterday. (Removed the unnecessary ‘more’)
  10. I just read an amazing book. (Removed the unnecessary ‘most’)
  11. The clear blue sky made for a perfect day. (Adjective order corrected)
  12. He gave me a big green apple. (Adjective order corrected)
  13. The cake she baked was extremely delicious. (Corrected the form of ‘delicious’)
  14. This is a much more important issue than you think. (Corrected the sentence structure)
  15. It was the worst game I have ever played. (Corrected the superlative form of ‘bad’)
  16. She is the elder of the two sisters. (No correction needed; ‘elder’ is correct when referring to people in a family)
  17. The test was so easy that everyone got a perfect score. (Corrected the superlative form of ‘easy’)
  18. That was a splendid performance. (Removed the unnecessary ‘very’ as ‘splendid’ itself indicates something very impressive)
  19. She has curly brown hair. (Adjective order corrected)
  20. The crystal-clear water in the lake was refreshing. (No correction needed; the sentence is correct)

Adjective worksheet 3: Choose the correct order of adjectives to complete the sentences

  1. She owns a ___________ (lovely/small/French) antique vase.
  2. The chef prepared a ___________ (delicious/Japanese/traditional) sushi dish.
  3. The painter displayed his _______ (beautiful/ large/ new) canvas at the gallery.
  4. The company introduced an ___________ (innovative/new/digital) marketing strategy.
  5. She received a ___________ (beautiful/antique/round) gold locket.
  6. The team won a ___________ (prestigious/international/sports) award.
  7. She admired a ___________ (beautiful/ancient/ornate) Greek sculpture.
  8. The store sells ___________ (expensive/Italian/designer) leather handbags.
  9. They live in a ___________ (spacious/modern/white) suburban house.
  10. She found a ___________ (charming/small/old) English cottage.
  11. The museum displayed an ___________ (exquisite/ancient/Egyptian) artifact.
  12. They stayed at a ___________ (luxurious/modern/beachfront) hotel.
  13. She inherited a ___________ (priceless/family/heirloom) diamond ring.
  14. The company announced a ___________ (exciting/new/digital) marketing campaign.
  15. They bought a ___________ (vintage/red/classic) car.

Answers:

Answer  Explanation
1. She owns a lovely small French antique vase.  “lovely” (opinion) comes before “small” (size), “French” (origin), “antique” (age).
2. The chef prepared a delicious traditional Japanese sushi dish. “delicious” (opinion) comes before “traditional” (age), “Japanese” (origin).
3. The painter displayed his beautiful large new canvas at the gallery. opinion (beautiful), size (large), and age (new)
4. The company introduced an innovative new digital marketing strategy. “innovative” (opinion) comes before “new” (age), “digital” (material).
5. She received a beautiful round antique gold locket. “beautiful” (opinion) comes before “round” (shape), “antique” (age), “gold” (material).
6. The team won a prestigious international sports award.  “prestigious” (opinion) comes before “international” (origin), “sports” (purpose).
7. She admired a beautiful ancient ornate Greek sculpture.  “beautiful” (opinion) comes before “ancient” (age), “ornate” (quality), “Greek” (origin).
8. The store sells expensive Italian designer leather handbags. “expensive” (opinion) comes before “Italian” (origin), “designer” (purpose), “leather” (material).
9. They live in a spacious modern white suburban house. “spacious” (size) comes before “modern” (age), “white” (color), “suburban” (origin). 
10. She found a charming small old English cottage. “charming” (opinion) comes before “small” (size), “old” (age), “English” (origin).
11. The museum displayed an exquisite ancient Egyptian artifact. “exquisite” (opinion) comes before “ancient” (age), “Egyptian” (origin).
12. They stayed at a luxurious modern beachfront hotel. “luxurious” (opinion) comes before “modern” (age), “beachfront” (purpose).
13. She inherited a priceless family heirloom diamond ring. “priceless” (opinion) comes before “family” (age), “heirloom” (origin), “diamond” (material).
14. The company announced an exciting new digital marketing campaign. “exciting” (opinion) comes before “new” (age), “digital” (material).
15. They bought a vintage red classic car. “vintage” (age) comes before “red” (color), “classic” (type).

Adjective worksheet 4: Identify the adjectives in the following sentences

  1. The ancient tree stood proudly in the lush garden.
  2. She wore a beautiful dress to the elegant party.
  3. The small kitten chased the rolling ball.
  4. His thoughtful gift made her day special.
  5. The enormous elephant sprayed water with its long trunk.
  6. That mysterious book contains ancient secrets.
  7. The red apple tasted incredibly sweet.
  8. She has a big, friendly dog.
  9. The cold wind howled through the dark night.
  10. The young athlete won a gold medal.
  11. Her cheerful laugh was contagious.
  12. The old bridge collapsed during the severe storm.
  13. Bright stars twinkled in the clear sky.
  14. The delicious aroma of fresh cookies filled the kitchen.
  15. A loud noise startled the quiet neighborhood.
  16. The final exam was incredibly difficult.
  17. The crystal clear water in the lake was refreshing.
  18. The brave firefighter saved the family from the burning house.
  19. He felt an odd sensation in his stomach.
  20. The artist painted a stunning portrait.

Answers:

1. ancient, lush 11. cheerful
2. beautiful, elegant 12. old, severe
3. small, rolling 13. Bright, clear
4. thoughtful, special 14. delicious, fresh
5. enormous, long 15. loud, quiet
6. mysterious, ancient 16. final, difficult
7. red, sweet 17. crystal clear, refreshing
8. big, friendly 18. brave, burning
9. cold, dark 19. odd
10. young, gold 20. stunning