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Adjectives are easily recognized in Pictography because they have a little arrow underneath in the direction of the respective noun. Examples:

Normally, adjectives go before the noun. They could also be written after the noun. Anyway, the direction of the underarrow will tell us to which noun it applies. Examples:

We prefer to put the adjective before the noun because it is the practice followed in most languages. But both ways are equally understood. Now we have an interesting question to ask: What will happen if we do not put the little arrow underneath? The logics of Pictography provide us with the answer: if the adjective has no arrow, it is not an adjective, it becomes a noun. Examples:


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