In English, the adjectives are usually placed BEFORE the noun or object that is being described.
- The big house
- The green apple
- The fast cars
- The important man
When the verb “to be” is being used in the sentence, the adjective may come after the verb to be.
- The house is big.
- The apple is green.
- The cars are fast.
- The man is important.
When using adjectives in English, you can also put both an adjective BEFORE the noun and after the verb “to be”.
- The big house is blue.
- The fast cars are new.
In English, adjectives are NEVER plural.
You cannot say: The bigs houses. -or- The bananas are yellows. These are WRONG!