So why is újak plural but magas singular? Some tips and notes for this skill would be very useful.
If it is directly describing a noun, an adjective doesn't take the plural form:
- A magas, széles, szép fák. - The tall, wide, beautiful trees.
If, however, it's being described as a quality (for example, if in English it is after the word "are"), then it takes the plural form:
- Ezek a fák magasak, szélesek és szépek. - These trees are tall, wide, and beautiful.
Could you also say a magas epületek újak?
If so, why is Újak first in the sentence? Emphasis?