These are adjectives whose trunk ends with a hard consonant. Depending on the accent position, there are adjectives with an underlined extension, which have a masculine singularian form that ends on -ой (z.B. молодой young, больной sick), and adjectives with an emphasis on the tribe that have a masculine singular form that ends on -ый (z.B. новый new, красивыtiftiftiftif). The declensions of these two types of adjectives differ only in the masculine nominative endings (-ой/ый); in other cases, they have similar endings. The superlative is that there is something better or better. (Z.B. “the most beautiful”, “smaller”, “older”. For this, we simply use the adjective “самый” (most) which declines as a normal adjective. As mentioned above, there is no distinction in the plural of adjectives with respect to sex. Hard adjectives end on -ые; soft to -ие.
Nouns in English can be changed by adjectives (nerd awesome) or by nouns (High School Gerd). In Russian, only adjectives can change, which means that nouns and verbs must be converted to adjectives before nouns can be changed. The verb form of the adjective is called participation; The adjectives of nouns are called “relational adjectives”. In English, for example, one can say “urban transport”, but in Russian, the word “city” must first be transformed into an adjective before this sentence is possible:. The model described below corresponds to the complete forms of most adjectives, with the exception of the possessive; It is also used for noun adjectives like учёный and for adjective participations. The important point to remember is that adjectives, regardless of their origin, must correspond to the name of the change. It can be used with larger numbers (полторы`ты`сячи – 1,500, полтора миллио`на – 1,500,000) and for closer values with smaller numbers (полтора деся`тка – ≈15, полторы со`тни – ≈150). . . .