E. Barnes, Professional Gamer, Professional Gamer, Washington
Answered on Jun 23, 2019
The correct answer to this question is adjective. A noun is a person, place, idea, or thing. The adjective is used to describe a noun. After a noun, it is seen as one of the most popular parts of speech, which we all use. Most times, the adjective comes before the noun in a sentence, but sometimes it can go after.
One example is She was a good girl. In this sentence, the girl is the noun; an adjective is good, which is describing the girl. Another example is the enjoyable podcast. The podcast is the noun, and pleasant is the adjective.
An adjective describes the parts of speech that are known as nouns or pronouns. Its purpose is to modify a noun or give the noun description. Adjectives are otherwise known as “information gatherers.” They have a very specific task of providing the reader with more information regarding the noun or pronoun in question.
It could describe the size, age, and shape of something, for example, it may also specify how much, how many, or what kind adjectives serve the purpose of answering the questions that are on the reader’s mind, concerning the subject at hand keeps the person engaged in the subject.