Here we are providing the short notes on English topic (Adjective), which will help you to revise whole syllabus day by day…!!!
Basic Definition of Adjective : Simply we can say that Adjectives are describing words. Adjectives are words that describe or modify nouns.
now lets have a look at the Rules on Adjectives :
In a comparison, the conjunction ‘than’ should be followed by ‘any other’ If a person / thing is compared with any other person / thing among some / many.
In comparisons, the monosyllable words like “hot / easy / tall / small” should not be used with more / most.
While comparing the objects, we should see that a noun is compared with another but not with some other word.
The following comparative adjectives should be used ‘to’ in comparison but not ‘than’. (More / Most should not be used).
Shortcut Rule 7 :
After ‘prefer / preferable’ instead of than, ‘to’ should be used.
More / Most should not be used with ‘excellent / unique / perfect / major / complete / round / golden etc.
When we compare two qualities in the same person, we should say
When two adjectives in different degrees of comparison are used in the same sentence, each should be complete in itself.