Definition of the Epithet Adjective
Definition: An epithet adjective is a word that is placed next to a noun (substantive) to qualify, specify, or embellish it. It always agrees in gender and number with the noun it qualifies.
In this exercise, you must decide if the bolded adjective is an epithet adjective or an attribute of the subject. As a reminder, the epithet adjective is directly linked to the noun it qualifies and agrees with it in gender and number, whereas the subject’s attribute is connected to the subject by a state verb (like être, sembler, devenir, etc.) and provides information about the subject.
Choose between “épithète” or “attribut” for each sentence.