“An adjective is a word used to qualify a noun or a pronoun.” – J.C. Nesfield
Every word that modifies a noun is an adjective. Adjectives make changes in our perception of the nouns.
- Ramon has always been a Marxist.
- I don’t believe in platonic love.
- Jocasta was a Serbian player.
- Japanese products are reliable.
- If you do not understand the Kantian ethics, you can come to me.
- I have a grammar book on my desk.
- We used to have an old car.
- He brought an expensive mirror for me.
- She gave me some gorgeous red roses.
- He wanted to buy a diamond ring.
- These mangoes are not edible anymore.
- He can’t forget that incident.
- My computer became slow.
- Our father asked us to be together always.
- Your bike has been stolen from here.
- Alex bought an exquisite diamond ring.
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