Using Adjectives 1
An adjective modifies a noun by answering which, what kind of, how many, or how much.
The friendly fish named Carl told about two men who tried to catch him.
(The adjective friendly tells what kind of fish, and the adjective two tells how many men.)
The adjective usually comes right in front of the noun it modifies. Sometimes it comes after a linking verb.
Carl is magical.
(The adjective magical tells what kind of Carl—magical Carl.)