English Adjectives Quiz – for Intermediate, FCE and CAE English Students

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1. How many adjectives are there in this sentence?
The job looks interesting but Tom says it’s boring.
A) 1
B) 2√ (Interesting and boring are adjectives)
C) 3

2. How many adjectives are there in this sentence?
It’s a long form but some questions are not relevant.
A) 1
B) 2
C) 3√ (long, some and relevant are adjectives)

3. How many adjectives are there in this sentence?
I was really excited when the letter arrived.
A) 1√ (Excited)
B) 2
C) 3

4. How many adjectives are there in this sentence?
The weather has been terrible today – wet and windy!
A) 1
B) 2
C) 3√ (terrible, wet and windy)

5. ‘Miserable’ is an adjective.
A) True √
B) False

6. ‘Scarecrow’ is an adjective.
A) True
B) False √

7. ‘Happiness’ is an adjective.
A) True
B) False √

8. Which is a good adjective to finish the sentence?
I would really like to buy a(n) ……… dress.
A) ugly
B) silk √
C) wooden

9. Which is a good adjective to finish the sentence?
Have you got any …. peaches?
A) mature
B) old
C) ripe√

10. Which is a good adjective to finish the sentence?
Well done on tidying your room – it’s …… .
A) spotless√ (spotless means ‘perfect’)
B) filthy
C) untidy

Which of these sentences contains an adjective, a word you can use to describe people,
places and things?
A) The man is walking.
B) The man is cooking.
C) The tall man.√ (tall is an adjective)
D) The man is running.

2. Which of these phrases contains an adjective, a word you can use to describe people, places
and things?
A) The lovely cake.√ (a lovely town, a lovely person, a lovely chair)
B) They danced happily.
C) This is my holiday.
D) This is my house.

3. Which of these sentences contains an adjective, a word you can use to describe people,
places and things?
A) How do you feel?
B) That colour so pretty.√ (A pretty girl, a pretty car, a pretty city)
C) I love bananas.
D) I hate apples.

4. Which of these phrases contains an adjective, a word you can use to describe people, places and things?
A) Take me home.
B) Give it to him.
C) The weather is glorious.√ (A glorious country, a glorious cake, a glorious man)
D) George talks slowly.

5. Which of these sentences contains an adjective, a word you can use to describe people,
places and things?
A) The house is empty.√
B) They asked for the money hopefully.
C) I asked him to send the letter urgently.
D) She is dressed very smartly.

6. Which of these words is not an adjective, a word you can use to describe people, places and things?
A) house√
B) large
C) empty
D) tidy

7. Which of these words is not an adjective, a word you can use to describe people, places and things?
A) high
B) bright
C) nose√
D) local

8. Which of these words is not an adjective, a word you can use to describe people, places and things?
A) slim
B) thin
C) legs√
D) posh

9. Which of these words is not an adjective, a word you can use to describe people, places and things?

A) circle√
B) round
C) long
D) straight

10. Which of these words is not an adjective, a word you can use to describe people, places and things?
A) wild
B) cold
C) hold√
D) new

With thanks to the BBC

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