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Adjectives are a very useful and interesting part of speech. They are ‘describing words’ that help us describe nouns and pronouns to make any text interesting for our readers. Adjectives tell specific details about a noun or pronoun while also making our sentences thought-provoking and vivid.
We often find adjectives placed before a noun or pronoun. See these examples:
However, we can also place adjectives after nouns and pronouns. We can do this later in the sentence or even right after. Here are a few examples to help you understand better:
Later in the sentence:
Right after a noun or pronoun:
Now that you’re aware of basic information about adjectives, let’s test your skills. Make sure to remember the role they play and how there are a variety of placement options.
Identify the adjectives in the sentences below and choose the correct answer from the options given.
Adjectives modify nouns and pronouns. They can be placed both before and after a noun or pronoun. If you find adjectives to be tricky, check our range of summer workbooks and printable worksheets. And don’t forget to make use of our list of adjectives starting with V.
In the next article you can know about adjectives that start with X.
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