Adjectives

A modifier is a word that adds some quality or description to another word, for example good, bad, big, and fast.

Modifying a noun

An adjective is a word that adds a particular quality for a noun. In Pandunia, adjectives typically end in -i and their place is before a noun.

novi gare – new car(s)
rapidi gare – fast car(s)
dayi meze – big table(s)
gawi meze – high table(s)
boni kurse – good chair(s)

Two or more adjectives can modify the same word.

lili novi gare – a little, new car

Adjective can be also after the noun. Often this type of phrases can be read as complete sentences, where the verb to be is implied.

gare novi. – The car is new.
bagre rapidi. – The tiger is fast.

Naturally there can be modifiers on both sides of the noun as well.

novi gare rapidi. – The new car is fast.