GRADE: can not be regarded as a general feature of the adjective, as not all adjectives admit their construction, simply because there are no forms.
Ø Positive: When designating a quality blue skies
Ø Comparative: weighted or value the amount of quality of an adjective:
otipos; superiority (my house is bigger than yours), equality (my car is as big as yours) and inferiority (my home is less bigger than yours).
Or superlative: it adds a quality to the highest degree. This resource can be formed through morphological or syntactic means or by mere repetition of the adjective.
· Types: all I set an attribute to the fullest extent (the boy is very pretty) and I set on a quality compared to the maximum extent (this child is the smartest of the class).
Traditionally the adjectives have been divided into qualified and determined as they meant respctectivamente a quality or a determination. Today there is another classification that groups them into connotative and non-connotative.
Qualifiers are those who qualify the noun is a quality express theirs. They can not be epithets and epithets. The epithets are those who express an intrinsic quality to the noun, so they add nothing new, no information that is not implicit in the noun: eg.: Milk white, dark night.
The epithets are not those of a specific quality that espeficifica or contradistingue the noun, limiting its logical extension to increase their understanding.
The determinative: determine the extent of the meaning of the noun it accompanies. The semantic difference with the qualifiers is that they bring a quality whereby reducing the logical extension of the noun, while the individual inputs a relationship with the same purpose: the determiners include: