JOINING OF SENTENCES USING ADJECTIVE

JOINING OF SENTENCES USING ADJECTIVE

If you ask the noun and pronoun with “how”, the answer is “ADJECTIVE”. Joining is done by putting that Adjective in the right place in a sentence.

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Example of joining with “Adjective”

# I have a cow. It is black.

=>I have a black cow.

The explanation of joining with “Adjective”:

There is a noun “COW” in the example. And if we ask this noun with “how”, you will get “Black” as the answer. And this is the Adjective. Joining is done by putting it in the right place in a sentence.

More Examples of joining with “Adjective” :

# He has lost his watch. It was a costly watch.

=>He has lost his costly watch.

# She painted a picture. It was extremely beautiful.

=>She painted an extremely beautiful picture.

# She told me a story. The story was interesting.

She told me an interesting story.

# We woke up by a noise. The noise was alarming.

We woke up by an alarming noise.

# They went to a station. It was on a hill.

They went to a hill station.

# I saw a snake. The snake was poisonous.

I saw a poisonous snake.

Some important links related Transformation and Joining/synthesis of sentences

Click here to read about Joining of sentences using Present Participle

Joining of sentences using perfect participle

Click here to read Joining with Past Participle

Joining of sentences using Noun in Apposition

Click here to read joining of sentences using infinitive

Click here to read joining of sentence using a preposition with a Noun or Gerund

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