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    • Join Date: Jun 2005
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    the adjective and the adverb

    would you please tell me in detail for :

    adjective, and
    adverb


    • Join Date: May 2006
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    Re: the adjective and the adverb

    Gosh, it would take a whole day! Nobody will answer such a broad question!

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    Re: the adjective and the adverb

    Quote Originally Posted by Siyal Mir
    would you please tell me in detail for :
    adjective, and
    adverb
    Hello Siyal Mir,

    The difference between the two is that an adjective is used to describe a noun. An adverb describes a verb.

    Examples:
    The boy is tall. He walks quickly.

    "Tall" (adj.) is describing the boy. "Quickly" (adv.) tells us how he walks.

    Mary is a good mother. She works hard for her children.

    "good" describes Mary, who is a mother. "hard" tells us how she works.

    For a more detailed explanation have a look at this site.


    Kind regards,
    Fieldmouse.

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