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Sindhi Grammar - Adjective
An adjective is a word that qualifies a noun. It may indicate the quality, quantity and volume of noun like (سُٺو) 'good', (چارِ) 'four' and (گهَڻو) 'much'.
The adjective normally precedes the noun it qualifies but it can also follow the noun. For example:
A good boy.
. سُٺو ڇوڪرو
He is a good boy
hū suṭho chhokro āhe.
. هوُ سُٺو ڇوڪرو آهي
Here (سُٺو) 'good' is the adjective which precedes and also follows the noun (ڇوڪرو) 'boy'.
In sindhi, adjectives are of two types
Changeable adjectives change according to the number, gender and case of the noun they qualify, for example noun (گهوڙو) 'horse' has the following forms.
With the qualifying -O ending adjective ([in sindhi]) 'good' the forms will be as follows:
Comparison of Ajectives
When adjective compares the quality of two nouns (objects) the word 'than' is put after the second noun. For example:
. گهوڙو ڪُتي کان وڏو آهي
ghoṛo kute khāN vaḏo āhe.
A horse is bigger than the dog.
Note: For more adjectives in Sindhi, see the list of adjectives in Grammatical Vocabulary in Vocabulary Section.
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