Learning adjectives using examples and a list learning English grammar
What will I learn from the lesson adjectives?
During this lesson learn what adjectives are and how to use them in sentences. The last part shows a list of adjectives they can be used for.
What are adjectives?
An adjective can add information about a noun by standing immediately before it:
A big dog was guarding the house. (Big = adjective dog - noun)
The new baby was very cute. (new = adjective baby - noun)
startling discoveries. (startling = adjective discoveries - noun)
Examples of how to use adjectives
When I arrived at my friends new house, they had a big dog, which was called Samson and it was barking loudly because it was lonely.
The words that are used in the example above big and lonely are adjectives.
The adjectives that are used in the example modify the nouns. They make the meaning more specific.
Adjectives can add information to a noun
An adjective can add information about a noun by being linked to it by a verb:
The dog is big, but is is very friendly (big is the adjective)
The road seemed long (long is the adjective)
It became obvious
The adjectives above also add information about the nouns. by using them this way, the adjective is the verb's complement while the noun is the subject .
List of adjectives from A to Z
Click on the following link to view the list of adjectives from A to Z
List of adjectives
The following list of adjectives can be used for the following:-
appearance - condition, feeling good / bad - shape - size - sound - time - taste - touch quantity
The traditional definition of an adjective as a 'describing word' can be confusing because many other kinds of words can be descriptive. For example, swooped and flickered are very descriptive verbs.
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