1. French Adjectives


    10/9/2016 · Learn the two ways in which French adjectives are very different from English adjectives.

  2. English Grammar | LearnEnglish | British Council | Adjectives


    We use adjectives to describe nouns. Most adjectives can be used in front of a noun…: They have a beautiful house. We saw a very exciting ...

  3. comparative and superlative adjectives - British Council


    We use comparative adjectives to describe people and things: This car is certainly better but it’s much more expensive. I’m feeling happier now.

  4. Agreement of Irregular French Adjectives


    10/9/2016 · Most French adjectives are regular, but there are a number of irregular adjectives, based on the final letter(s) of the masculine singular adjective.

  5. Adjective - Definition and Examples in English


    2/2/2016 · Exercise in Using the Comparative and Superlative Forms of Adjectives; Expanding Sentences With Adjectives and Adverbs; Practice in Forming the …

  6. How to Use Adjectives in English - About.com Education


    Grammar guide to using Adjectives in English for ESL EFL TEFL or ESOL learners

  7. Colors in Spanish: Red, Purple, Beige and More


    8/22/2016 · Like other adjectives, names of the common colors when used in Spanish must agree with the nouns they describe in both gender and number. However, names …

  8. Possessive Adjectives in Spanish | SpanishDict


    Possessive adjectives indicate who possesses or owns something. Like all adjectives in Spanish, possessive adjectives must match the nouns they describe in gender and ...

  9. Adjectives and Word Order in Spanish - About.com Education


    3/11/2016 · It is often said that adjectives come after nouns in Spanish. But this isn't entirely true — some types of adjectives frequently or always come before ...

  10. Italian Possessive Adjectives - Aggettivi Possessivi


    2/25/2016 · Italian possessive adjectives modify nouns and indicate the possessor as well as the thing possessed (that's why they're called possessive adjectives!).