What is an Adjective - Define Adjective
An adjective is a describing word to qualify a noun. Adjectives are an important part of the English language because they add description and meaning to an object and help to express more about a person, an animal, a thing or a place and they color up the language.
An adjective is usually placed before a noun. Example: I have a red shirt.
Just observe the Difference
"This is a car." This sentence sounds very boring and dull.
Better say: This is an expensive, comfortable
and fast car.
This sentence has three adjectives: expensive, comfortable and fast. It sounds much more interesting and describes the object (car) much better. Don't you think so?
Example: When you say: "young little kid" then this is wrong because adjectives pertaining to SIZE precede adjectives pertaining to AGE. You should say: little young kid
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