1. The qualifying adjectives
Qualifying adjectives are words that describe or express the characteristics, features or properties of a noun.
Emotions and feelings
Sensations or tastes
2. How are qualifying adjectives used?
- Qualifying adjectives are always placed before a noun and do not have gender or number.
There is a red ball on the table.You have a small dog.
- However, adjectives can also be placed after the verb to be or one related to the five senses: look, feel, smell, taste, sound.
Mary is happy today.This perfume smells good.
Qualifying adjectives are words that describe or express the characteristics, features or properties of a noun. Examples include colours, emotions and feelings, sensations or tastes, qualities or physical appearance, among other things.
|NOUN||Adjetive + noun||I have a new car.||Invariable words. No gender or number.|
|VERB||Verb + adjetive||This cake smells good.||Only after the verb to be or verbs like look, smell, feel, taste or sound|