Can I use adjective before noun?

Adjectives are normally placed before nouns and this is known as the modifier or attributive position.

What are adjective noun examples?

Noun as Adjective

adjective noun
clever teacher
small office
black horse

What is noun as an adjective?

English often uses nouns as adjectives – to modify other nouns. For example, a car that people drive in races is a race car. A car with extra power or speed is a sports car. Nouns that modify other nouns are called adjectival nouns or noun modifiers. For our purposes, they are called attributive nouns.

Which type of adjective goes last before a noun?

Most adjectives can go in two main places in a sentence: in attributive position and predicative position. In attributive position, an adjective comes before the noun it modifies.

How many adjectives can we use before a noun?

When more than one adjective comes before a noun, the adjectives are normally in a particular order. Adjectives which describe opinions or attitudes (e.g. amazing) usually come first, before more neutral, factual ones (e.g. red): She was wearing an amazing red coat.

How do you order adjectives before nouns?

Adjectives, writes the author, professional stickler Mark Forsyth, “absolutely have to be in this order: opinion-size-age-shape-colour-origin-material-purpose Noun.

Can a noun follow a noun?

A noun can modify another noun that follows it. As a modifier, the first noun gives specific information about the following noun. In nearly all cases, the noun that acts as the modifier is in singular form.

Does Grand go before after noun?

Some very common adjectives usually come before the noun: bon/mauvais, court/long, grand/petit, jeune/nouveau/vieux, gros, haut, beau, joli, premier, meilleur. The meaning of some adjectives such as ancien, cher and propre varies according to the position in the sentence.

Does Pequeno go before or after the noun?

It is quite correct, and so is ‘colegio pequeño. ‘ A descriptive adjective that follows the noun has its literal meaning and distinguishes the noun from others. ‘Un colegio pequeño’ is literally a small school.