The adjectives that are used to modify nouns and introduce relative clauses are called Relative Adjectives.
What, which, whatever, and whichever are relative adjectives and they stand before a noun.
Examples for Relative Adjective ‘What’
- He did not say what help he wanted from me.
- They clearly stated what certificates we should take to the interview.
- Can you tell me what programme you are going to participate in?
- The Prime Minister announced what care the people had to take.
- Can you tell me what languages he speaks?
Examples for Relative Adjective ‘Which’
- I don’t know which city she likes to live in.
- Do you remember which system you operated last week?
- Would you tell me which software is the best for online classes?
- Do you know which course is helpful to you?
- She doesn’t decide which train to take.
Examples of ‘ Whatever and Whichever’
- Whatever decision you take, I can support you.
- Whatever luggage you bring, you will have a separate room for that.
- Whichever car you purchase, we would offer one-year maintenance free.
- I shall encourage you, whichever career you choose.
- Proper Adjectives
- Adjectives of Quality (Qualitative Adjectives/Descriptive Adjectives)
- Adjectives of Quantity (Quantitative Adjectives)
- Adjectives of Number (Numeral Adjectives)
- Demonstrative Adjectives
- Interrogative Adjectives
- Distributive Adjectives
- Possessive Adjectives (Pronominal)
- Emphasizing Adjectives
- Exclamatory Adjectives
- Participle Adjectives
- Compound Adjectives