Adjectives are words that describe nouns. They give us a mental picture of a person, place or thing. The sentence “I see a girl” doesn’t tell us too much. What kind of girl? Tall? Short? Ugly? Pretty? If we add adjectives, we can see a picture in our heads:
- I see a cute little girl.
- I see a sad beautiful girl.
Which sentence belongs to each picture?
Adjectives are words that describe nouns. They usually answer the question “What kind?”
I see a girl. What kind of girl? A pretty girl.
I see a girl. What kind of girl? A happy girl.
More examples of adjectives are tall, short, happy, sad, fat, thin, old, young, handsome, unattractive . . . the list goes on!
You can use these videos to learn adjectives. Use them in your sentences to describe things or people around you.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85nOCSc_–E