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Quantitative Adjectives


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What is a quantitative adjective?
A Quantitative Adjective is an adjective which indicates the quantity in general terms of an object.

Quantitative adjectives are: all, some, any, little, much, enough, sufficient, no.


Sample Usage

(i) The fruit vendor was happy as he sold all the grapes.

(ii) Only some of the students managed to finish the test on time.

(iii) The teacher realized that the chocolates were over and she did not have any to give Mihir.

(iv) John got a little time to rehearse his lines before the auditions began.

(v) Harini rushed to get a cab, as there was not much time left to reach the station to pick up her sister.

(vi) The tour operator told Mrs. Kulkarni that the trip would be cancelled if there were not enough people in the group.

(vii) Murali had sufficient time to reach the airport as he had left home very early.

(viii) Shridhar looked at the clock and quickly grabbed a fruit as there was no time to have a proper breakfast.


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