You can use the above adjectives for physical appearance such as height, color, shape, size, hair, eyes, face, etc.
Below, I have provided three ways of describing people. You may use predicative adjective, i.e. it is in the predicate position (i), attributive, i.e. coming before the noun you’re describing as in (ii) or in a relative clause (iii)
I have chosen ‘height’ (tall) in the examples below. You can replace ‘tall’ with appropriate adjectives and adverbs
i. I am tall. Mo ga.
ii. I am a tall woman Mo jẹ obìnrin gíga
iii. I am a woman who is tall. Mo jẹ́ obìnrin tí ó ga
You may add some adverbs to the examples above.
I am very tall. Mo ga gan.
He is not too tall Kò ga púpọ̀
I am six feet and two-inch tall. Mo gà tó ẹsẹ̀ bàtà mẹ́fà àti ínsì méjì.