These kids are crazy. Would "these" be an adjective?
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An adjective is a word that helps make a noun or pronoun more
definite. Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns. We use adjectives
in almost every sentence. They help us to make our speaking and
writing more definite, more colorful, and more interesting (Figure 16).
Adjectives help us paint word pictures by telling
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okay, so the sentence above, these would be an adjective.
Adjectives can also indicate
What kind? Steve gave us a rotten deal on the four-door sedan.
Which one? We bought the last car on the lot.
How much or how many? Besides the hefty price, it cost us
It‘s easy to identify an adjective when it‘s close to the noun it modifies,
as shown in the following sentences.
Your husband has painted a beautiful picture.
My new employee shows great promise.
Most of the time, adjectives appear directly in front of their nouns
or pronouns. But you can also find adjectives after the words they
The car is useless.
Types of Adjectives
Some types of adjectives will seem familiar to you. Several types of
adjectives resemble the types of nouns and pronouns.
so these would be an adjective?!
I read what you posted but like
okay, cool that's what I thought. just wanted to make sure, geez, thanks!