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  1. switzerland
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    Adjective?

    I tried on several shoes and they fitted me perfectly. (Or is it just perfect?)


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    Re: Adjective?

    Your sentence is correct. The verb 'fit' is followed by an adverb.

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    Re: Adjective?

    Hi switzerland,

    Ex: I tried on several (pairs of) shoes and they fit me perfectly.


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    Re: Adjective?

    fit-fit-fit (AmE) or fit-fitted-fitted(BrE)

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