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4.2.3 Adjectives

Adjectives are words which describe nouns, for example big city, these chairs, good people, my chocolate or swift horse. In Latin they ‘agree’ with the noun they describe: that is to say, they match with regard to gender (masculine, feminine or neuter) and number (singular or plural), for example. This is occasionally so in English, too. For example, we say that house but those houses.