What are they?
An adjective is a word that modifies a noun. It tells extra information about it. There are several types of adjectives: demonstratives, distributives, quantitative, interrogative, possessive, participles and agreement.
Adjectives come before their nouns. For example: a rich man, a happy girl, a good student.
Order of the adjectives of quality: a) size, b) general description, c) age d) shape e) colour, f) material, g) origin and h) purpose. Adjectives of personality/emotion come after of physical description, for example: a small suspicious official, a pale anxious girl.
In English like in Spanish we use adjective to qualify nouns, to describe them, to give information about their size, general description, age, and shape colour among other qualities. Pay attention to the order they appear in the sentence.
In the following chart you will find the definition of what adjectives are their use and a brief classification.
Read it carefully and try to learn the useful information about them, so that you can solve some exercises later on.