Adjective-noun agreement Exercises in Latvian language

Adjective-noun agreement in the Latvian language is a fundamental aspect that learners must master to communicate effectively. In Latvian, adjectives must agree with the nouns they describe in terms of gender, number, and case. This means that the endings of adjectives change to match the endings of the nouns they modify, a concept that might seem complex to English speakers where such agreement is not required. Understanding these rules is essential for constructing accurate and meaningful sentences in Latvian, whether you are describing a beautiful city, a new book, or an interesting conversation. To help you grasp adjective-noun agreement, this page offers a range of exercises designed to reinforce your understanding and application of these grammatical rules. You will encounter a variety of scenarios where you need to adjust adjective endings to match the corresponding nouns correctly. Through practice, you will become more comfortable with the patterns and exceptions that characterize Latvian grammar. By the end of these exercises, you will have a stronger command of adjective-noun agreement, enabling you to describe the world around you with greater precision and confidence in Latvian.

Exercise 1

<p>1. Viņš nopirka *jaunu* automašīnu (adjective for "new").</p> <p>2. Mēs redzējām *skaistas* puķes dārzā (adjective for "beautiful" in feminine plural form).</p> <p>3. Vai tev ir *garšīga* kūka? (adjective for "delicious" in feminine singular form).</p> <p>4. Es uzvilku *siltu* jaku (adjective for "warm" in masculine singular form).</p> <p>5. Viņa nopirka *dārgas* kleitas (adjective for "expensive" in feminine plural form).</p> <p>6. Viņi dzīvo *lielā* mājā (adjective for "big" in feminine singular form).</p> <p>7. Mēs nopirkām *svaigu* maizi (adjective for "fresh" in feminine singular form).</p> <p>8. Viņam patīk *interesantas* grāmatas (adjective for "interesting" in feminine plural form).</p> <p>9. Viņa pasūtīja *aukstu* zupu (adjective for "cold" in feminine singular form).</p> <p>10. Man ir *veci* draugi (adjective for "old" in masculine plural form).</p>
 

Exercise 2

<p>1. *Skaista* māja atrodas pie ezera (adjective meaning 'beautiful').</p> <p>2. Viņam ir *lielas* problēmas ar datoru (adjective meaning 'big').</p> <p>3. Mēs apmeklējām *vecu* pili šajā nedēļas nogalē (adjective meaning 'old').</p> <p>4. Bērni spēlējas ar *zaļām* bumbām parkā (adjective meaning 'green').</p> <p>5. Viņa nēsā *sarkanu* kleitu svētkos (adjective meaning 'red').</p> <p>6. Pilsētā ir daudz *jaunu* ēku (adjective meaning 'new').</p> <p>7. Mums ir *garšīgas* vakariņas šovakar (adjective meaning 'tasty').</p> <p>8. Uz galda ir *zilās* grāmatas (adjective meaning 'blue').</p> <p>9. Viņi redzēja *mazus* putnus dārzā (adjective meaning 'small').</p> <p>10. Es nopirku *dārgas* dāvanas draugiem (adjective meaning 'expensive').</p>
 

Exercise 3

<p>1. Viņa valkā *jaunu* kleitu (adjective for "new").</p> <p>2. Mums ir *lielas* mājas (adjective for "big").</p> <p>3. Viņam patīk *garšīgi* ēdieni (adjective for "tasty").</p> <p>4. Skolēni mācās *grūtas* mācības (adjective for "difficult").</p> <p>5. Mēs apmeklējam *skaistas* pilsētas (adjective for "beautiful").</p> <p>6. Viņai patīk *zilās* debesis (adjective for "blue").</p> <p>7. Viņš nēsā *siltu* jaku (adjective for "warm").</p> <p>8. Bērni spēlē *jaunas* spēles (adjective for "new").</p> <p>9. Kafejnīcā ir *lielisks* serviss (adjective for "excellent").</p> <p>10. Dārzā aug *krāšņas* puķes (adjective for "beautiful").</p>
 

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