Do you know that an adjective is a word that gives you more information about the noun? Explore with our English Teacher, Mr Fredrick and learn more English in Yang Ren Shuo EP 20
Good morning, good afternoon and good evening. This is Fredrick Cabanes the Head English Teacher here at SAA Global Malvern House in Singapore.Today I want to introduce to you a word that is found in every language. In Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese and in English the ‘Adjective’.
The ‘Adjective’ is just one word that gives you more information about the noun. Now, this word could be fat, tall, short, thin, old, young. All these words give you more information about ‘this teacher’.
Now that is the regular rule. The adjective should be in front and next to the noun. The second rule is if there is only one noun you use ‘a’ and ‘an’ but you choose the ‘a’ and ‘an’ based on the first letter of the adjective not the first letter of the noun.
If the noun is plural, the adjective is still in front, but the ‘s’ is in the noun. There’s no ‘s’ in the adjective but of course no ‘a’ and ‘an’.
I hope this helped you and I will see you next time.
Have a good evening!