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English adjectives are words that describe or modify nouns or pronouns. They can be used to provide more information about the size, shape, color, texture, taste, smell, sound, or any other characteristic of the noun or pronoun they are modifying. Adjectives can be placed before or after the noun they modify, and they can also be used in comparative and superlative forms to indicate degrees of comparison. Some common examples of English adjectives include “happy,” “tall,” “red,” “soft,” “delicious,” and “loud.”