Adjectives answer any of the questions which/what kind of/how many. Adjectives modify nouns and are generally singular in form.
Irina asked me to post a lesson on possessive nouns. This lesson covers that and a little more. This information is a condensed and reorganized version of information found at this website. ====================================================== Articles, quantifiers, and determiners are certain types of words that precede (come before) and modify (describe) nouns.
A student recently commented that he liked the pattern “too (adjective) a (noun)”, as in: Our eyes are too precious a gift to risk losing. This is saying the same thing as: Our eyes are a gift. They are too precious to risk losing. The pattern “too precious a gift”
One student once told me about OSASCOMP. I had never heard of it before. In the US, we never learned this rule. We just learn by listening every second of every day. While I can tell you what the correct order should be for most three-or-four-adjective phrases, it is only