These types of adjectives add detail or description to the noun.
For examples and explanations, read about them here: Descriptive Adjectives
These types of adjectives specify or limit the noun.
This is a special type of adjective that follows a linking verb and modifies (directly refers to) the subject of the sentence.
For examples and explanations, read about them here: Predicate Adjectives
VERBALS AS ADJECTIVES:
Two types of verbals can acts as adjectives. Participles are always adjectives and may end in EN, ED or ING. Infinitives (TO+VERB) may act as adjectives, adverbs or nouns.
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