In this lesson we're going to look in a little more detail at how we describe the qualities of things and people—meaning how they look, sound, smell, feel, whether they are good or bad, and so on.
Words that we use to decribe the qualities of things are usually called adjectives. For example, words such as hot, cold, dry, wet, old or moldy can all function as adjectives. (Though a reminder: they can often function as other types of words too: cold can be a noun, wet can be a verb, and so on.)
Words that describe the qualities of actions or processes are usually called adverbs, and we'll explore those in a separate lesson.
Based on all that, can you find the adjectives in the snippet below?