Adjectives – Part 4

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  1. Adjective of Quantity – परिमाणवाचक विशेषण (parimanvachak visheshan):

    Words describing value, measurment, number etc are called Adjective of Number (परिमाणवाचक विशेषण). परिमाणवाचक विशेषण (parimanvachak visheshan) is divided into two categories:-

    1. निश्चित परिमाणवाचक विशेषण (nishchit parimanvachak visheshan) –An adjective that denotes a definite value or measurement.


Quarter pound wheat – सवा सेर गेहू

Quarter gram sugarपाव भर चीनी

    1. अनिश्चित परिमाणवाचक विशेषण (anishchit parimanvachak visheshan)  – An adjective that denotes an indefinite value or measurement.


I ate some rice.- मैने कुछ चावल खाया।

He showed much patience.- वह बहुत धैर्य दिखाया।

He has little intelligence.- वह थोड़ा खुफिया है।

We had enough exercise.- हमने बहुत अभ्यास किया।

He has lost all his wealth. – वह अपनी सारी संपत्ति खो दिया है।

  1. Demonstrative Adjective – संकेतवाचक विशेषण (sanketvachak visheshan): Adjectives which indicate toward some person or thing are called Demonstrative Adjectives.


    This boy is more intelligent than Mohan.- यह लड़का मोहन से अधिक बुद्धिमान है।

    These fruits are sweet.- ये फल मीठे हैं।

    I like such things.- मुझे ऐसी चीज़ें पसंद है।

    That boy is strong.- वह लड़का मजबूत है।

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