A Quantitative adjective is a word that represents the quantity of a noun or another thing. It modifies the noun in a sentence by either a cardinal number or an ordinal number.
Examples of Quantitative Adjectives in Sentences
- Shital has four bananas in her hands.
- A student from class 5th ranks first in the Handwriting competition.
- Seven white horses are selected for that shoot.
- We are trying to place him in the top 10 employers of the year.
- A few of them came secondly to visit the Qutub Minar.
- She has been waiting for around two hours.
- He has left the city yesterday at 8 o’clock.
- Three students are being restricted because of ragging on the school premises.
- Not a single person has to be left behind.
- The first attempt was a little bit hard than the second one.
- He gave me a little amount of water left in the bottle.
- He passed all the tests on his first attempt.
- She is very lucky to have a first baby girl child.
- Remo has many books that are issued from the library.
- It is proven that regular one-hour exercise will give you a lean physique.
- This will be enough for both of us.
- None of them had tried to cross the barricade.
- Some farmers are trying to protest for their rights in front of the parliament.
- All eleven players gave their best during the match.
- This place is sufficient for all of us to stay a single night.
- Examples of Adjective Phrase
- Examples of Demonstrative Adjectives
- Examples of Possessive Adjectives
- Examples of Descriptive Adjectives
- Irregular Comparative and Superlative Examples