Adjectival Forms in English: Independent Adjectives

Adjectival forms of words in English are usually formed by adding suitable suffixes to nouns and verbs. Independent adjectives are those which cannot be formed by adding suffixes. They stand out as separate entities and often come from the Greek and Latin roots that refer to the particular thing or field of study. Adjectival forms of

Adjectives from Nouns and Verbs

Adjectives can be formed from nouns and verbs in English by adding a suitable suffix. For example the adjectival form of ‘joy’ can be formed by adding the suffix ‘ful’ to it. Thus it becomes ‘joyful’. Sometimes it can be a little harder when we have to remove a few letters and then add a

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