We use adjectives everyday to describe people, things or palces.

What adjectives are?Edit

In grammar, an adjective is a 'describing' word; the main syntatic role of which is to qualify a noun or noun phrase, giving more information about the object signified.

Adjectives are one of the traditional eight English part of speech, although linguists today distinguish adjectives from words such as determiners that formerly were considered to be adjectives. In this paragraph, "traditional" is an adjective, and in the preceding paragraph, "main" is.



The elephant is so big.

Pérez the mouse is small.

Elena is a short woman.

Jordan is the tall man that lives upstaris.

Ramón is the fat guy who likes pools.

Marie is thin, she uses swim suits.

My grandpa is old.

Junior is young and beautiful.

Spiders are ugly, I don't like them.

Birds are my favorite animals, they are so pretty.

Jane is always quiet.

Rose is so noisy when she speaks.

My mom is a happy person.

Tomas is sad because he broke his arm.

Juliet is hardworking.

My uncle Peter is a lazy person, he likes to sleep at work.

Billy is a naughty boy, always doing what he wants.

Tommy is a good boy, he always obey his father.

John is stupid at school, he always gets F.

Charlie is a very clever guy.