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Adjectives in English grammar, Position of adjectives in a sentence


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In this lesson, you will learn about how to use adjectives in English grammar.

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The tutorial starts with a definition and then I give you the rules for the form for describing singular and plural nouns.

The position in a sentence is very important. I explain the attributive position and then the predicative or predicate position after a link verb. For this position, it is acting as a subject complement.

Adjectives can also function as an object complement after the verbs "find", "make" and "keep".

Finally, if we want to describe an indefinite pronoun, like for example "anything" or "something", then the adjective comes after it.

For all of these different cases, I give a full explanation and lots of examples.

This grammar lesson is particularly helpful for ESL students.

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