What are adjectives?

They add details to nouns or pronouns, those details are the characteristics or attributes of that noun/pronoun.

Position in a sentence

1-Attributive adjectives come before the noun they modify.

She is a creative student.
You have a unique voice.
They own a beautiful house.

2-Predicative adjectives go after the noun they modify when there is a linking verb.

Laura seems nice.
Paul’s car is blue.
The podcast sounds interesting.

3-Appositive adjectives go after the noun they modify, usually between commas.

My little sister, happy and excited, smiled at me.
The tourist, confused and astonished, asked questions to the guide.
The secretary, responsible and experienced, was promoted.

Order of adjectives table with examples.

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