Learn how to use basic adjectives to describe yourself or nouns in short sentences.
Adjectives a words that describe a noun in a sentence by adding a quality of attribute (size, shape, color, etc). One could say, adjectives “modify” a noun, as they can their meaning slightly. Adjectives are always in singular form, even if the noun they are describing are in plural form.
Some adjectives are: beautiful, sad, rich, horrible, boring.
Adjectives occur before a noun, as can be seen in the above examples.
Meet one or more times weekly with a dedicated English instructor online at a pace and schedule that custom fits your busy life.
Start an English Self-Paced course for helpful content built on top of leading English curriculum: includes videos, vocabulary, quizzes and certificate.
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
The CEFR is an international standard used to describe language ability. Here are specific details of the CEFR for this topic.