Adjectives are descriptive or modifying words for nouns or pronouns. For instance, adjectives like red, quick, happy, and annoying can describe things like a red hat, a speedy rabbit, a happy duck, and an obnoxious individual.
One of the nine parts of speech is the adjective. An adjective is a word that describes a noun in more detail. It is used to "describe" or "modify" a noun (The big dog was hungry). The adjective is bold in these examples, but the noun it modifies is italicised.
where are around 4800 adjectives
Multiple adjectives are always rated in the following order: opinion, size, age, form, colour, origin, substance, and purpose. Unlike many other grammar or syntactic rules, this one is practically unbreakable, even in casual speech.
Adjectives don't have a singular and plural form OR a masculine, feminine and neutral form.
Adjectives are always the same! Never add a final –s to an adjective.
Adjectives can also be placed at the end of a sentence if they describe the subject of a sentence.