How To Use Adverbs and Adjectives


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Adverbs, let’s look at them and determine what they are and if we really need them.

From the Oxford Dictionary:

noun

Grammar

  • a word or phrase that modifies the meaning of an adjective, verb, or other adverb, expressing manner, place, time, or degree (e.g.gentlyherenowvery). Some adverbs, for example sentence adverbs, can also be used to modify whole sentences.

Origin:

late Middle English: from Latin adverbium, from ad- ‘to’ (expressing addition) + verbum ‘word, verb’

And let’s also look at Adjectives, the words we need to set the scene.

Again from the Oxford Dictionary:

Noun

Grammar

  • a word naming an attribute of a noun, such as sweetred, or technical.

Let’s start with looking at the real troublemakers among the adverbs,  those that answer the question how.

SIDEEEYE

Generally speaking, if a word answers the question how

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