In Spanish, adjective follows noun(s), which means that adjectives change its forms depending on the modified noun’s number and gender. There are certain patterns that they follow and there are 3 types of adjectives.
There are 3 types of adjectives.
Type 1) Adjectives end with –o in dictionary form.
Type 2) Adjectives end with –e in dictionary form.
Type 3) Adjectives end with a consonant in dictionary form.
They change the forms according to the gender and number of the modifying noun(s).
La montaña hermosa. The beautiful mountain.
Unas computadoras pesadas. Some heavy computers.
Un gato lindo. A pretty cat.
Los perros grandes. The big dogs.
As you might have noticed, adjective come after the noun in Spanish in general.
It is also possible that the adjectives work as substantively, meaning that the adjectives can work as nouns. However, it is emphasizing a certain characteristic of a person and it could be offensive.
La flaca de tu familia ha crecido mucho. The slim one in your family has grown up a lot.
Here are some useful adjectives.