Adjectives frequently answer three questions about the nouns they describe: how many?/ what kind?/ which one?
Adjectives describe nouns by answering one of these three questions:
Adjectives can be a single word, a phrase, or a clause.
What kind is it?
A man with a cold greedy heart will never ask a lady to share his life and money. What kind of man? heartless and greedy.
The troublesome class, which have seventeen lazy under graded students from boys and five absent-minded aggressive girls, pretended that a UFO broke the windows.
How many students? twenty-two.
The most unbelievable people in the planet are the snob fake friends, who abandon you when you’re in need.