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An adjective is a word used to describe people, things, events etc. It denotes a temporary or permanent quality associated with a noun.
Examples are: honest, beautiful, old, small, big, happy etc.
A typical adjective has the following properties:
1. It can be placed before a noun.
2. It can be placed after a verb like be, seem, look, become and feel.
3. It can be compared either with –er, -est or with more, most.
Short -> shorter -> shortest
Smart -> smarter -> smartest
Kind -> kinder -> kindest
Pleasant -> more pleasant -> most pleasant
Careful -> more careful -> most careful
4. It can take a degree modifier like very, too, rather and so.
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