Adjectives describe nouns.
Yes, we learned that long ago!
But did we ever learn, or even realize, that an adjective is also a clue?
It is a clue that gives away the attitude of the user.
In a battle, the soldiers on both sides fight bravely and refuse to budge.
The TV News anchor says:
“Our troops were resolute; the enemy troops were stubborn.”
On whose side is the TV News Anchor?
Adjectives are clues. They give away plenty about the attitude of the user.
Look carefully at adjectives – they contain clues!