In Italian, adjectives change shape to match the gender and number of the noun to which they refer. An explanation of how French adjectives should match their nouns in terms of gender and plurality Most adjectives in French come after the noun, unlike English. For example, if an adjective refers to two or more nouns, the concordance depends on whether or not the nouns have the same sex. An adjective is a word that describes a noun. In French, adjectives must match their noun, which means they must show whether they are masculine or feminine and singular or plural to match the noun. If the nouns have different genders, the adjective is rejected according to the masculine plural form: English speakers are not used to refuse adjectives or articles. However, many adjectives have different endings and do not follow the general rule. If the nouns are all masculine or female, the adjectives retain this sex and are rejected according to the plural form. Most Italian adjectives end in -o and follow the usual declension of nouns. il bravo alunno / la brava alunna → the good schüleri bravi alunni / the brave alunne → good students I am a teacher of Italian to speakers of other languages with a long experience in teaching in public and private schools. I have taught Italian to spokespeople for other languages in schools, in migration contexts and in vocational training at all levels (from before A1 to C2). I have gained experience as a teacher with Arabic, Slawischphone, German, French, Spanish, Chinese, English and English speaking students, and I have taught literacy classes for asylum seekers and refugees. I followed a training course as a professor of Italian at the Institute of Romantics of the University of Salzburg.
I completed my training by teaching Italian to learners with special educational needs. In addition, I am a CILS and PLIDA examiner for the speaking part. I speak German, English and French. My teaching focuses mainly on two aspects: oral and written production and the study of grammar, paying particular attention to phonetics and phonology. My teaching aims to meet the needs of the learner and is prepared according to the needs of each. Adjectives whose roots end at -c or -g have spelling changes or changes in plural sound. Adjectives that end in singular form on -a follow the sex of the noun only in the plural form. it is difficult → the difficult taskthe difficult → the difficult wahli compiti difficili → the difficult tasks scelte difficili → the difficult decisions Hello everyone! My name is Ermanno, I am 35 years old and I am a native Italian speaker. .