288. Adjectives are often used as nouns (content) which generally refer to men or men of this type, female women and castrated things. An adjective can also be used in a sentence that faces a form of “being.” (called predictive) The following expression is also a couple of noun adjectives. Both are men, autonomy and singularities. But wait, could it not be neutered, since the second castrated variation calls the end? We know that the sentence is not castrated because the nominus “cibum” is not neutered. Whether or not, would make no difference in this sentence, because it would still be accusative, but in other sentences, it will be very important to know the sex of each nomen. “Cibum” means “food” and is the direct object, and “bonum” means “bonum,” and it changes “food.” Now we have good food. You also need a set of 1st and 2s. declination adjective cards. You should be tagged with FEMININE, ONE MASCULINE AND ONE NEUTER. The endings are identical to the nomadic maps mentioned above (female adjectives – 1. Declination names, male adjectives – 2.
Decline names and adjectives castrated at the extremities – 2. declination). It`s time to complicate sentences. In reality, the structure of sentences is always the same, but now we add a few words to give more information about thought. Instead of saying, “The man has shoes,” we can say, “The happy man has a lot of shoes.” All it requires is the ability to place adjectives in the right part of the sentence or to identify adjectives in Latin. one. With two or more substantives, the adjective is regularly plural, but it often corresponds to the nearest (especially if it is attribute). d. A neutered adjective can be used as an attribute or predictor with an infinitive or content clause. To compare most Latin adjectives, add -ior to the adjective. To translate again into English, it looks like either the adjective – it (z.B. larger) or more the adjective (z.B above).
To make the superlative, add -issmus.