Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Aptitude Preparation Tests - September 2013








6. Series Completion - 1 - Click For Series Completion Test-1

7. Series Completion - 2 - Click for Series Completion - 2

8. Series Completion - 3 - Click for Series Completion Test - 3

9. Coding & Decoding (Click the link) - Coding & Decoding Test - Click Here

10. Averages (Click the link ) - Averages Test - Click Here

11. GK Test : (Click the link below)  GK Test Click Here

12. Aptitude - Classification Test: Classification - Click Here

13. Analogy - Analogy - Click Here


Friday, September 20, 2013

Commonly Used Adjective List

In grammar, an adjective is a 'describing' word; the main syntactic role of which is to qualify a noun or noun phrase, giving more information about the object signified.

An adjective's job is to modify a noun or pronoun. They are always near the noun or pronoun they are describing.

Adjectives are often used to describe the degree of modification. The adjective forms are positive, comparative, and superlative.

Appearance
Feelings
Shape
Taste
adorable
angry
broad
bitter
beautiful
bewildered
chubby
delicious
clean
clumsy
crooked
fresh
drab
defeated
curved
greasy
elegant
embarrassed
deep
juicy
fancy
fierce
flat
hot
glamorous
grumpy
high
icy
handsome
helpless
hollow
loose
long
itchy
low
melted
magnificent
jealous
narrow
nutritious
old-fashioned
lazy
round
prickly
plain
mysterious
shallow
rainy
quaint
nervous
skinny
rotten
sparkling
obnoxious
square
salty
ugliest
panicky
steep
sticky
unsightly
repulsive
straight
strong
wide-eyed
scary
wide.
sweet

thoughtless

tart
Color
uptight
Size
tasteless
red
worried
big
uneven
orange

colossal
weak
yellow
Feelings
fat
wet
green
agreeable
gigantic
wooden
blue
brave
great
yummy
purple
calm
huge

gray
delightful
immense
Touch
black
eager
large
boiling
white
faithful
little
breeze

gentle
mammoth
broken
Condition
happy
massive
bumpy
alive
jolly
miniature
chilly
better
kind
petite
cold
careful
lively
puny
cool
clever
nice
scrawny
creepy
dead
obedient
short
crooked
easy
proud
small
cuddly
famous
relieved
tall
curly
gifted
silly
teeny
damaged
helpful
thankful
teeny-tiny
damp
important
victorious
tiny
dirty
inexpensive
witty

dry
mushy
zealous
Sound
dusty
odd

cooing
filthy
powerful
Time
deafening
flaky
rich
ancient
faint
fluffy
shy
brief
hissing
freezing
tender
early
loud
hot
uninterested
fast
melodic
warm
vast
late
noisy
wet
wrong.
long
purring


modern
quiet
Quantity

old
raspy
abundant

old-fashioned
screeching
empty

quick
thundering
few

rapid
voiceless
full

short
whispering
heavy

slow

light

swift

many

young

numerous



sparse



substantial