Adjective with Noun
Grammar Index : 2
Let us see how Adjective with Noun is used. When adjective is used with a noun, the adjective is usually used before the noun.
For Examples :
The Lazy boy was punished. Adjective with Verb :
The beautiful lady fails to attract the visitors.
The bright student did not score more marks in this exam.
The long road is full of twists.
The corrupt politicians were punished by the Court Of Law.
I met a beautiful girl today morning.
The clever boy is rewarded.
The wonderful paintings were sold today.
The Indian goods have a great demand.
The tall teacher is on leave today.
The white car is bought by them.
The idle servant was dismissed.
Let us see how Adjective with Verb is used. When adjective is used with a verb, the adjective is usually used after the verb.For Examples :
He is an honest man. From Adjective with Noun to HOME PAGE
He is a mere child.
It is sheer nonsense.
He reads a good book.
That park is clean.
He became rich.
They seem angry.
He went left before 6 am.
They paid the last bill this week only.
They purchased a new car for their only daughter.
He is a nice boy.
This is a heavy box.