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    "Changes" as a Noun?

    Greetings, Sir/Mdm

    I know the correct word in the following sentence is DRASTIC instead of DRASTICALLY. My understanding is that the word "changes" in this context is a noun, hence the adjective "drastic" should be used. Is this the correct explanation? If not, kindly advise me on it.

    - Such DRASTIC changes are its falling temperature and heartbeat.

    Thank you!

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    Re: "Changes" as a Noun?

    Yes, that's correct.

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