In English, adjectives usually go before a noun,
but they sometimes appear after a noun if using the verb "be"
as in the examples above. The banana is yellow.
This is a yellow banana.
This is a banana yellow.
English adjectives also don't take
a plural form. They're always singluar. That's easy! The only
time an adjective changes is in the comparative and superlative
forms which we will study in later lessons.