Imagine you are traveling a foreign country. You go to a restaurant, order food and eat it. The server comes and asks how the food is, and you want to say "Good!" Or, let's say you go to a historic site, see a magnificent sculpture and want to say "Beautiful!" or "Amazing!" to your local friend or a guide. All you need to say is those adjectives in that language. Don't worry about the subject, object, all that grammar stuff.
A language is all about sharing your thoughts and feeling and for that very reason, learning basic adjectives is a great place to start.
Below are some useful adjectives you can immediately use.
These adjectives are placed at the end of a sentence.
It is cute. 귀여워요. (귀여워요 = cute)
The puppy is cute. 강아지가 귀여워요. (강아지 = puppy, ~가 = subjective particle)
(For these adjectives to directly modify a noun, such as a "cute puppy", you need different conjugation rules, which we will cover later on.)
맛없어요 Disgusting in Taste
추워요 Cold (Weather)
더워요 Hot (Weather)
차가워요 Cold (Touch)
뜨거워요 Hot (Touch)
같아요 The Same/ Like
많아요 A Lot
Right / Wrong