But if we put bello in front of the noun, it changes radically, and instead of agreeing with the number and gender, it follows the rules of some articles IL – LO – LA – I – GLI – LE – L`. As you can see, what is happening here is pretty obvious. You hang the article at the root of the adjective according to the table below (this does not mean that you do not place the article before the adjective. This is not a real article that you are accusing. It`s just a certain ending that looks so much like some articles that I call it “end of article”). Let`s see some examples: Bello is an Italian adjective that will be used often when visiting the beautiful paese – so many people are and the places are beautiful, beautiful and beautiful in Italy! But the form of this adjective changes depending on the masculine or feminine form of the noun (person, place or thing) that modifies it, the number of “things” that are beautiful, and also where this adjective is placed in the sentence. Sounds complicated? Well, that`s right. A little. But by remembering a few usual sentences that use the adjective bello, you automatically remember the rules of this adjective! Note: If the adjectives are bello, buono and bello pronouns (pro – noun = instead of a noun), they have only four regular endings! Look at this example: as you can see in the examples below, the English adjective never changes nicely, while the Italian adjective bello, used with a masculine and singular noun, changes depending on the gender and the number of words it changes: (You will find that the rules need to be changed, how and when the ending for bello, are identical to those for buono!) ⁃ Position bello according to the noun it treats as a normal adjective The correct use of the Italian adjective “bello” will help you speak naturally and, why not, get along with the Italians. Il ragazzo — > il ragazzo bello — > il bel ragazzo When the adjective bello and bella are placed in front of a noun, it is a little more difficult to change the singular into the plural form. The endings actually follow the same pattern as the plural of some articles (i, gli, and le), as described in the table below. There are only three adjectives that behave this way in Italian, but it`s important to know how to use them because they`re so common! I hope you liked my article.. .