Adjectives describe or modify nouns.
Commonly, adjectives of opposite meaning are formed by adding a prefix such as un, in, or dis.
When using a string of adjectives, they should appear in a set order: size/shape + age + color + origin + material.
The + adjective describes a class or group of people and acts as a noun.
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
Comparative adjectives compare two things. Superlative adjectives compare more than two things
Adjectives with two or more syllables do not change but instead addmore to form comparatives and most to form superlatives.
Some adjectives have different forms of comparatives and superlatives.
The word than typically appears in comparative sentences.
Superlatives are typically accompanied by the word the.
Todd: Selvam, what is your favorite food?
Selvam: My favorite fruit is grapes.
Todd: Oh, really!
Todd: OK. Do you like wine? Do you drink wine?
Selvam: No, no, I don't drink anything, but I like grapes, the taste is very good.
Todd: Do you like...?
Selvam: It's very sweet that's why I like them.
Todd: Do you like green grapes or purple grapes?
Selvam: Green, Green grapes.
Todd: Green grapes.
Todd: OK, are there many grapes around your hometown in India?
Selvam: Yes, yeah. We have, I used to eat everyday grapes, because I like them very much that's.
Todd: OK, actually in my home in America we have many grapes where I live also.
Todd: Yeah, and how about what is your favorite season?
Selvam: My favorite season is winter.
Selvam: Yeah, because in India, most of the days will be summer. Winter will come for only two months. That's why we love winter season.
Selvam: Yeah, it is very summer, very hot. That's why people are very black as a reason.
Todd: You like the cool, cool weather.
Todd: Oh, nice. I'm the opposite. I like warm weather