Formation of adjective:
Forming adjectives & uses of Adjectives: there are not any general rules to form adjectives but there are some practices that are being followed to make adjectives.
Below are some samples of Formation & uses of Adjective.
|-able/ibl||understandable, possible, capable|
|-al||special, potential, influential|
|-ful||graceful, beautiful, harmful.|
|-ic||artistic, atomic, mathematics.|
Forming adjective from the noun:
Uses of Adjective:
Any use for negative/interrogative and a few use for affirmative.
- Does he have any Mangoes?
- Have you any Mangoes
- He gives me some Mangoes
Later, mention time, and later denote position.
- My friend reached school later than me.
- Recommend the latter option.
Elder used only face to face and moreover formal than older and Older utilized in person and thing both
- He is my elder sister.
- He is the elder member of the club.
- Who is the older brother in both of them?
- My house is older than your house.
Fewer mention the amount it uses for countable nouns and fewer mention quantity and uses with uncountable nouns.
- I did less work than my routine.
- I have fewer flocks of birds than I used to have.
- Mr.John drank less water today as the doctor prescribed the quantity.
Many are utilized for countable nouns and Much is practiced with uncountable nouns.
- They don’t have much money to spend on holidays.
- George has many cars.
- Lucy has many friends in college.
- Sarah is so much miserable after her dead mother.
Little, a little, the little.
Little means hardly any not definite meaning, a little means not much but better, the little means not much but all of that.
- Micheal has little hope for recovery from leg surgery. (hardly any, negative meaning)
- Ferguson has a little money ( not much, but some, positive meaning)
- I have little information that is not reliable. (Not much but complete of that)