what is the difference between adjective of number and adjective of quantity can you please tell me about that.
Adjective of Quantity
An adjective that tells us the quantity of the thing that is spoken of or 'how much' is that thing. For example:
- I lend him some money.
- She has no manners.
- It was a great advice.
Adjective of Number
An adjective that tells us the number of things spoken of or 'how many' is that thing. For example:
- I had two chapaties in lunch.
- All the students are required to attend the assembly.
- There are no chairs for the visitors in this room.