Coordinate adjectives are a series of two or more adjectives that independently modify a noun and are roughly equally important. As opposed to cumulative adjectives, coordinate adjectives can be connected by and, and the organization of the adjectives can be reversed. Coordinate adjectives are traditionally separated by commas.
A subject complement is a word or phrase that comes after a linking verb and explains or renames the subject of the sentence. Called a subjective complement. In conventional grammar, a subject complement is typically identified as either a predicate nominative or a predicate adjective.
Figurative language is language in which figures of speech (such as metaphors and metonyms) freely occur. This contrasts with literal speech or language. “If something happens literally,” says children’s book author Lemony Snicket in “The Bad Beginning,” “it actually happens; if something happens figuratively, it feels like it is happening. If you are literally jumping for joy, it means