Brilio.net – Adjectives or in English are called ‘adjectives’. According to the Oxford Dictionary, ‘adjective’ is a word that functions to explain the condition of a noun or pronoun in a sentence or phrase.
Adjectives have benefits in communication. Adjectives help make it easier to indicate nouns and pronouns when their application to a sentence is being carried out.
Below, brilio.net has attached 55 examples of adjectives in English, their meanings and their application into sentences, which have been summarized from various sources on Thursday (14/9).
1. This baby is so adorable. (This baby is so cute).
2. The Boyz has a cool member. (The Boyz has cold members).
3. SinB is a beautiful actress. (SinB is a beautiful artist).
4. We have to always keep the classroom clean. (We must always keep the classroom clean).
5. The restaurant was so dirty. (The restaurant is very dirty).
6. English is easy for me. (English is easy for me).
7. Diligent being fabulous. (Diligently be amazing).
8. I really like her solo album, it’s so great! (I really like his solo album, it’s great!)
9. Joshua is a very handsome man. (Joshua is a very handsome man).
10. How long have you been waiting for me? (How long have you been waiting for me?)
11. My grandmother is turning 70 yo this year. She’s so old! (My grandmother will be 70 years old, this year. She is very old!)
12. The uniform you’re wearing is just so pretty. (The uniform you are wearing is very beautiful).
13. Wow, Isyana looks stunning toninght. (Wow, Isyana looks so stunning tonight).
14. He looks tidy in the shirt. (He looks neat in that shirt).
15. The dolphins are still alive. (The dolphin is still alive).
16. The lamp is so bright. (The lights are very bright).
17. Be careful with your fingers. (Be careful with your fingers).
18. The test was easy, I’m going to pass. (The exam is very easy, I will pass).
19. STAYC is very famous in South Korea. (STAYC is very famous in South Korea).
20. Can you please turn on the lamp? It’s really dark here. (Can you turn on the light? it’s so dark in here).