• How do adjectives change?

    Kira Dobrovolskaya
    Kira Dobrovolskaya
    March 21, 2013
    How do adjectives change?

    Studying adjectives in school, schoolchildren must consider how adjectives change. If you forgot it, then we will remind you now. An adjective is a significant part of speech, denoting a sign of an object. The form of the adjective depends on the noun or pronoun to which it refers. Nouns and pronouns have gender, number and case. Since adjectives fully correspond to their form, they vary in gender, number and case (full adjectives).

    Let’s look at examples of how adjectives change.

    1. Change by birth: beautiful (masculine) boy, beautiful (feminine) girl, beautiful (neuter) dress.
    2. Change in numbers: noisy (unit) class, noisy (many people) children.
    3. Change in cases:
      • I. n. - early morning
      • R. n. - early morning
      • D. p. - early morning
      • W.P. - early morning
      • T. n. - in the early morning
      • Pp - about early morning

    Also, adjectives may have degrees of comparison.Example: smart (positive degree) - smarter (comparative degree) - the smartest (superlative).

    We reviewed the complete adjectives. How are short adjectives changed? Short adjectives are changed only by gender and number. An example of change by birth: it is bright, it is bright, it is bright.

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