You exercise your body to stay physically in shape, so why shouldn't you exercise your brain to stay mentally fit? With these daily exercises you will learn how to flex your mind, improve your creativity and boost your memory. As with any exercise, repetition is necessary for you to see improvement, so pick your favorite exercises from our daily suggestions and repeat them as desired. Try to do some mentalrobics every single day!
An adjective is a part of speech that modifies a noun or pronoun. Adjectives are often confused with adverbs which can modify pretty much everything else. Some examples:
"The big tree stood in the front yard."
"Dogs are very fond of yellow fire hydrants."
"The keys are on the oak table."
Possessive pronouns (my, his, her, etc) can also be used as adjectives in certain situations. For example:
"I would like to share my candy with you."
In some cases, certain words (this, that, which, what, etc) can also be used as adjectives. Examples:
"This book is very good."
"Which pony do you want for your birthday?"
noun :: To grow together; to unite by growth into one body
"The small patches of mold coalesced into a large fuzzy blob."
adjective :: Not proceeding from the true source, or from the source pretended; not genuine; false; not legitimate.
"And, then, I don't want any second-hand, spurious sensations; I want the knowledge that leaves a trace--that leaves strange scars and stains and reveries behind it." --James, Henry
adjective :: Characterized by critical, denunciatory or abusive language.
noun :: An expression which rails against a person; a severe or violent censure or reproach; something uttered or written, intended to cast opprobrium, censure, or reproach on another.
"Mrs Deborah approved all these sentiments, and the dialogue concluded with a general and bitter invective against beauty, and with many compassionate considerations for all honest plain girls who are deluded by the wicked arts of deceitful men." --Fielding, Henry
adj :: Firmly established by long persistence. Deep-rooted. Habitual.
"The inveterate liar could not be trusted by anyone."