ERRORS IN THE USE OF ADJECTIVE

1 Please give me any milk. Please give me some milk.
2 He did not give me some milk. He did not give me any milk.
3 She made tea with little milk. She made tea with a little milk.
4 She made tea with a little milk I brought. She made tea with the little milk I brought.
5 He earns few rupees daily. He earns a few rupees daily.
6 He spent a few rupees he had. He spent the few rupees he had.
7 She is taller than me. She is taller than I.
8 She is the tallest than her sister. She is taller than her sister.
9 He is the taller of the three. He is the tallest of the three.
10 She is more taller than I. She is taller than I.
11 This book is more ideal than that This book is ideal.
12 This car is more preferable than that This car is preferable to that
13 He is the most unique doctor in the city. He is a unique doctor in die city.
14 This cloth is more superior than that This cloth is superior to that
15 He is senior than me. He is senior to me.
16 She is the most tallest girl in the class. She is the tallest girl in the class.
17 He gained a first prize. He gained die first prize.
18 He loves every of his two sisters. He loves each of his two sisters.
19 I am elder than he. I am older than he.
20 She is my older sister. She is my elder sister.
21 She is the tallest of the two. She is die taller of die two.
22 The number of boys in our school are less. The number of boys in our school is small. 
23 Yours sincere friend. Yours sincerely. OR your sincere friend.
24 He is a coward man He is a coward. OR He is a cowardly man.
25 She is much beautiful. She is very beautiful.
26 He spent whole the money. He spent the whole money.
27 He spent the all money. He spent all die money.              ,
28 She has no any money to buy a pen. She has no money to buy a pen.
29 She is very tired to run. She is too tired to run.
30 Of the two, he is the best. Of the two, he is the better.
31 It much fine today It very fine today
32 It is too cold today. It is very cold today.
33 He is a best student. He is a good student.
34 He is more fatter than I. He is fatter than I.
35 He is my older brother.   He is my elder brother.  
36 This story is much interesting. This story is very interesting.
37 She is elder than I. She is elder to me.
38 Where are your family members? Where are the members of your family?
37 His result is much encouraging. His result is much encouraging.
38 I was much happy. I was much happy.
39 I am much pleased to see you. I am much pleased to see you.
40 I am very obliged to you. I am very obliged to you.
41 He is a miser man. He is a miserly man.
42 All is the eldest man in the town. All is the oldest man in the town.
43 She is my oldest daughter. She is my eldest daughter.
44 What is the last news of the match? What is the latest news of the match?
45 She is a miser woman. She is a miserly woman. OR She is a miser.
46 This book is too much thick. This book is much too thick.
47 He is coward boy. He is cowardly boy. Or He is coward.
48 The braves are always respected. The brave are always respected.
49 This is a worth seeing place. The is a place worth seeing
50 Health is more preferable than wealth. Health is more preferable to wealth.
51 She is the most unique teacher in school. She is a unique teacher in school.
52 Please keep quietly. Please keep quiet.
53 This orange tastes sweetly. This orange tastes sweet.
  1. Very is used with Positive degree of adjective (very fine/kind/nice), Present participles (very boring/loving/interesting) and a few past participles like pleased, surprised, tired, grieved,                                            pained, annoyed and dejected
  2. Much  is used with Past participles (much injured/obliged)  and with uncountable nouns( much sugar, water)
  3. Positive degree is used when there is no comparison. He is a taller boy. He is a tall boy.
  4. The + positive degree of adjective= plural noun like the kind, the deaf, the poor, the rich
  5. Is, are, am, was, were, appear, taste, keep, prove, seem, feel, remain, smell, sound take adjectives instead of adverbs. Eg: The roses smell sweetly (Incorrect)         The roses smell sweet. (Correct)
  6. Unique, square, world wide, round, full, complete, perfect, prefer are not used in comparison
  7. Comparative degree + any other
  8. Latin adjectives like superior, junior, senior, posterior, exterior, prior, minor, minor, prefer etc take TO instead of THAN
  9. Comparative degree for two whereas superlative degree for more than two e.g. He is the tallest of the three.
  10. Comparative degree is preceded by than or of e.g. He is taller than I. Of the two she is the better.
  11. Comparative degree with THAN does not take THE but takes in case of ‘OF THE TWO’ She is the better of the two.
  12. Superlative degree of adjective is preceded by the or Possessive adjective
  13. Similar things are always compared. E.g. My shirt is better than you. (Inc) My shirt is better than yours.
  14. Double comparative and superlative degrees are not used. He is more wiser than I. (Incorrect) He is wiser than I. (Correct)
  15. When one thing is compared with many things by using Comparative degree, any other is used after than. E.g. He is taller than any student in the class. (incorrect)  He is taller than any other student in the class. (incorrect)
  16. When one thing is compared with many things by using Superlative degree, other is not used after all. E.g. He is the tallest of all the other students in the class. (incorrect)  He is the tallest of all the students in the class.. (correct)
  17. Some is used in positive sentences whereas Any is used in Negative and Interrogative sentences

                He did not give me some money. Incorrect                 He did not give me any money. Correct

  1. No does not take any with it but Not may take with it. There is no any book. There is not any book. Or there is no book