Adjectives normally used after nouns

Aim

✪ To understand the use of adjectives that follow nouns.
✪ To correctly use adjectives that follow nouns in the right position in sentences.

Instruction

Here you come to the last part. You will learn the use of adjectives that follow nouns in sentences. Let’s start leaning the contents and practice an exercise Adjectives normally used after nouns Adjectives are normally used after nouns in a sentence. Adjectives function as an object complement that modifies a direct object of a sentence. Subject + verb + objective + objective

Here are some examples 1) We have a few rooms available (adjective) for you.
(rooms is a noun that functions as an object.)
2) The police would like to speak to all the people present (objective) in the office.
(People is a noun that functions as an object.)
3) It is the only solution possible (adjective) to solve this problem. (Solution is a noun that functions as an object.)

Note

You also can normally find adjectives that follow an object pronoun such as me, him, her, our, them and an indefinite pronoun such as something, somewhere, anything, and everything. Ex: Have you read anything (pronoun) interesting (adjective) lately?

Exercise

Instruction: Select the right position (a, b or c) for adjectives in the bracket.

1. Adjective: responsible
May plan to ask _(a)_ someone _(a)_ to help her _(c)_.

2. Adjective: available
Do you _(a)_ have _(b)_ any room _(c)_ tonight?

3. Adjective: comfortable
I will _(a)_ find a new place _(b)_ for _(c)_ me.

4. Adjective: special
I plan to make _(a)_ everything _(b)_ for _(c)_ his birthday.

5. Adjective: different
Ella wants _(a)_ to _(b)_ do something _(c)_ in this weekend.