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· Demonstrate qualities (Adjectives) on one of the characteristics of the person or thing, and the adjective describing a

Name properties in some detail, if the adjective comes before the name, which it describes is called directly

Balnat adjacent (attributively) such as ...



· Hot coffee.

· There was no clear evidence.

· It had been a pleasant evening.

· Happy children.



· But can also be described by describing the name indirectly when they come after certain acts

Such became, be, and then called the epithet Balnat breaking news (predicatively) such as ...



· The roads are busy.

· The house was quite.

· He became angry.

· I feel cold.

· Nobody seemed amused. (Trivially)



· The adjective form is stable for Aitagar in the singular and plural (ie, qualities that do not collect) such as ...



· We were looking for a good place to camp.

· The next good place was forty-five miles further on.

· Good places to fish were hard to find.

· We found hardly any good places.



• Some attributes do not have a particular rule, but suffice to save them as such ...




Large, small
small
· Big


Intelligent, stupid
stupid
· Clever


Good, Bad
bad
· Good


Hot, cold
cold
· Hot


Long, short (of things)
short
· Long


New, Old
old
· New


Rich, poor
poor
· Rich


Patient, a sound (healthy)
healthy
· Sick


Strong, weak
weak
· Strong


Long, short (of people)
short
· Tall


Thin, fleshy
fat
· Thin


Young, very old
old
· Young



· It can be derived from attributes such as names (hero-heroic, wind-windy) or from acts such as

(Accept-acceptable, attract-attractive) add some suffixes to an end, as in the following table



examples
suffix

acceptable, usable, inedible
· - Able,-ible

normal, final, comical, radial
·-Al, - ial

particular, similar, familiar
·-Ar

confused, aged, excited
·-Ed

masterful, wishful, beautiful, careful
·-Ful

excellent, frequent, ancient
· - Ent

frantic, heroic, basic, scientific
·-Ic

hysterical, political
·-Ical

amateurish, childish
·-Ish

active, attractive, talkative
·-Ive,-ative

endless, priceless, careless, senseless
·-Less

erroneous, anxious, famous, serious
·-Eous,-ious,-ous

angry, busy, windy, wealthy
·-Y



· As well as the attributes are derived from verbs, by adding a prefix (a) to before the verb, as in the following examples



· What are you afraid of? (Afraid)

· I am quite alone. (Single)

· Is Mrs. Wells still alive? (Alive)

· Tom and his brother are much alike? (Similar)

· I am really ashamed of you. (Shame)

· I was wide awake. (Awake)

· The boy was sound asleep. (Sleeping)

Some of the qualities that are derived from names of countries, must begin with a capital letter, as derived by adding some attributes (sh, ch) to end as in the following examples ...



People
Citizens
Single citizen
The adjective
The country

The English
Englishmen
an Englishman
English
England

The British
Britons
a Briton
British
Britain

The Irish
Irishmen
an Irishman
Irish
Ireland

The Scots
Scotsmen
a Scotsman
Scottish, Scotch
Scotland

The Welsh
Welshmen
a Welshman
Welsh
Wales

The French
Frenchmen
a Frenchman
French
France

The Dutch
Dutchmen
a Dutchman
Dutch
Holland

The Swedes
Swedes
a Swede
Swedish
Sweden

The Danes
Danes
a Dane
Danish
Denmark

The Finns
Finns
a Finn
Finnish
Finland

The Poles
Poles
a Pole
Polish
Poland

The Spaniards
Spaniards
a Spaniard
Spanish
Spain

The Turks
Turks
a Turk
Turkish
Turkey



· Some of the qualities that are derived from names of countries, must begin with a capital letter, as derived by adding some attributes (an) to an end as in the following examples ...



People
Citizens
Single citizen
The adjective
The country

The Africans
Africans
an African
African
Africa

The Americans
Americans
an American
American
America

The Arabs
Arabs
an Arab
Arabian, Arabic
Arabia

The Asians
Asians
an Asian
Asian, Asiatic
Asia

The Australians
Australians
an Australian
Australian
Australia

The Austrians
Austrians
an Austrian
Austrian
Austria

The Belgians
Belgians
a Belgian
Belgian
Belgium

The Bulgarians
Bulgarians
a Bulgarian
Bulgarian
Bulgaria

The Egyptians
Egyptians
an Egyptian
Egyptian
Egypt

The Europeans
Europeans
a European
European
Europe

The Germans
Germans
a German
German
Germany

The Hungarians
Hungarians
a Hungarian
Hungarian
Hungary

The Indians
Indians
an Indian
Indian
India

The Italians
Italians
an Italian
Italian
Italy

The Norwegian
Norwegian
a Norwegian
Norwegian
Norway

The Persians
Persians
a Persian
Persian
Persia

The Romanians
Romanians
a Romanian
Romanian
Romania

The Russians
Russians
a Russian
Russian
Russia

The Yugoslavs
Yugoslavs
a Yugoslav
Yugoslavian
Yugoslavia



• Some attributes derived from the names of the States be fixed in the singular and plural for its citizens ... Such as





People
Citizens
Single citizen
The adjective
The country

The Swiss
Swiss
a Swiss
Swiss
Switzerland

The Chinese
Chinese
a Chinese
Chinese
China

The Japanese
Japanese
a Japanese
Japanese
Japan

The Lebanese
Lebanese
a Lebanese
Lebanese
Lebanon

ThePortuguese
Portuguese
a Portuguese
Portuguese
Portugal

The Vietnamese
Vietnamese
a Vietnamese
Vietnamese
Vietnam



· These are some examples of the qualities of pollutants in the singular and plural

· I met two Swiss at the hotel.

· Two Portuguese came to see me this morning.

· The Japanese won the match.

· The Chinese are good at table-tennis.



Some characteristics derived from the names of countries change completely as in the following examples ...



People
Citizens
Single citizen
The adjective
The country

The Greeks
Greeks
a Greek
Greek
Greece

The Czechs
Czechs
a Czech
Czech
Czechoslovakia

The Icelanders
Icelanders
an Icelander
Icelandic
Iceland

The Pakistanis
Pakistanis
a Pakistani
Pakistani
Pakistan



· The names of qualities that derive from the names of the people writing the first letter of which was big ..

(Victorian, Shakespearian)



· Use colors such as that comes ...

Pink
Pink
Black
Black

Purple
Purple
Blue
Blue

Red
Red
Built
Brown

Crimson
Scarlet
Pale yellow (milky)
Cream

Violet
Violet
Green
Green

White
White
Gray
Grey

Yellow
Yellow
Orange
Orange

· Use of words (light, pale, dark, deep, bright) with the qualities of color when intended to express the intensity of color and strength, or vice versa as in the following examples



· ... .. light brown hair.

· ... .. a pale green suit.

· ... .. a dark blue dress.

· ... .. deep red dye.

· ... .. her bright blue eyes.



· But do not use words above with a black and white.



· Linking the attributes to add color (ish) or (y) to the end of the colors as in the following examples ...



· Greenish-white flowers.

· A greeny blue line.



· Colors like other qualities, it takes compared to the degree of preference, as in the following examples ...



· His face was redder than usual.

· ... .. the bluest sky I have ever seen.



· There is a kind of qualities called stress characteristics (emphasizing adjectives) are used when we want to emphasize something to show his strength, which are placed before the name usually refers to Ray what it used to show strong feelings towards this thing is as in the following examples ..



· He made me feel like a complete idiot.

· Some of it was absolute rubbish.



· This is a list of the most important qualities of stress ...



Net
Pure
Absolute
Absolute

Real
Real
Full
Complete

Full
Total
Full
Entire

Truth
True
Fully
Outright

Absolute
Utter
Ideal
Perfect



Positive
positive



· Some of the qualities to be followed by traction with a letter (to) when they are described as newsworthy



· She's allergic to cats. (For sensor)

· Older people are particularly susceptible to heart problems. (For display)



· This is a list of the most important qualities that are followed by traction with a letter (to) ...



Prone
Prone
Mtaad
Accustomed

Proportional
Proportional
Nearby
Adjacent

Proportional
Proportionate
Sensitive
Allergic

Equivalent
Reconciled
Level
Attributable

Connected or related to
Related
Managm
Attuned

Independent
Resigned
Hated
Averse

Resistant
Resistant
Close
Close

Similar
Similar
Motive
Conducive

He, exhibition, naughty
Subject
Dedicated
Devoted

Subservient, submissive
Subservient
Impervious
Impervious

Subject, was introduced
Susceptible
Detrimental
Injurious

Strange, unusual
Unaccustomed
Complementary
Integral





· And some of the qualities to be followed by traction with a letter (of) when Khepri adjective such as ...



· He was aware of the danger that faced him. (Aware of)

· They seemed capable of winning their first game of the season. (Able to)

· He was devoid of any talent whatsoever. (Just from)

· His mind seemed to have become incapable of any thought. (Unable)



· The most important qualities that are followed by traction with a letter (of)



Filled with
Full
Aware
Aware

Careless, inattentive
Heedless
Distressed
Bereft

Decorate, Illustration
Illustrative
Able
Capable

Unable
Incapable
Distinctive
Characteristic

Indicative
Indicative
Craving
Desirous

Attentive, alert
Mindful
Free, just
Devoid

Representative (for a specific destination)
Representative
Fond of
Fond

· Some of the Adjectives to be followed by that-clause refers to when a belief or feelings of a person, because the actor in the phrase (that) is not always the same actor in the keyword phrase (main-clause) must therefore be defined as in the following examples ...



· She was sure that he meant it.

· He was frightened that something terrible might be said.

· I'm aware that I reached a rather large audience through the book.

· She was surprised that I knew about it.



• Some Adjectives are complex, such as




Life-size

Air-conditioned


Middle-aged

Audio-visual


North-east

Brand-new


North-west

Breast-fed


Present-day

Drive-in


Second-class

First-class


Second-hand

Front-page


South-east

Half-price


South-west

Ice-cold


World-famous

Last-minute



· Some of the Adjectives to be a vehicle of more than two words, such as ...



· ..... the day-to - day chores of life.

· ... .. a down - to - earth approach.

· ... .. a free - and - easy relationship.

· ... .. life - and - death decisions.
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