An adjective describes how something 'is'. For this reason, we often use the verb 'to be' when using adjectives. Adjectives are used to describe nouns. Example: He is a good doctor. They Rule: Adjectives describe nouns. Here are two types of sentences we use with adjectives.
Subject + To be + Adjective
Tom is shy.
Alice is happy.
Subject + Verb + Adjective + Noun
That is a big building!
Peter has a fast car.
The adjective is always invariable.
Example: beautiful trees, they are happy
- Adjectives don't have a singular and plural form OR a masculine, femine and neuter 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. Example: My doctor is excellent.
NOT!!: difficults books
Rule: Adjectives are placed before the noun.
Example: a wonderful book very interesting people
- Don't place an adjective after the noun
NOT!!: an apple red