|What are adjectives?|
Adjectives are parts of speech.
Adjectives will usually describe a noun or pronoun.
Adjectives are often called describing words.
Adjectives tell us something about the
person, place or thing.
Adjectives can be used before or after nouns.
(That is a cute kitten. That kitten is cute.)
Most proper adjectives are capitalized.
(French Pastry, English Muffin)
Adjectives often answer questions like which one, what kind and how many. (large, heavy, several, few)