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An adjective is a word that describes a noun. In English the adjective usually (but not always) precedes the noun it describes.

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This might sound a little too simple or silly, but in explaining to kids, we'll just use the word 'small'. "Kids, write the 'T' as capital and the rest of the word in small letters."
answered Dec 21 '15 by cst1992
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' has the antonym 'unsecured'. They're both adjectives, that much I know. What is the exact difference between the two? …
asked Dec 27 '15 by cst1992