Adjectives are words that describe or modify nouns or pronouns. They can be used as predicates (e.g., "The man is talF) or as attributes ("the tall man"). Norwegian adjectives must agree in form with the nouns or pronouns they modify. Endings are generally added to the adjectives' base forms when the adjectives modify et nouns or plural nouns. The base form is the form found in dictionaries and corresponds to the form that agrees with singular en gender nouns.

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