Adjective or Adverbs?

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Adjective or Adveb ?

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What is the difference between the adjective and the adverb?
What is the adjective?
What is the adverb?
Can an adjective be used as an adverb and vice versa?
We use adjectives to describe nouns and pronouns. Adjectives can come before nouns or after linking verbs.

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• before a noun
– I have a black dog.
– It’s a nice dress.
– We have a large TV.
– It’s a popular song.

• After a linking verb:
– My dog is black.
– She seems tired.
– He is tall.
– We are happy.
– The movie was boring.
– My glasses are dirty.
– This ground looks swampy.


Adverbs are used to describe verbs, adjectives or other adverbs. We often use an adverb by adding ‘ly’ to the adjective. But it’s not all the time.
– We worked quickly.
– She is singing loudly.
– The party finished too quickly.
– She is speaking seriously.
– The cat runs quickly.
– Her Mum deals with her kindly.
– Tom plays happily.
– It moves slowly.
– You must send payments regularly.

• Some adverbs have the same form as the adjective:
– It’s a fast car.
– He drives very fast.
– It’s a hard work.
– He works hard.

Common adverbs and adjectives:
– Real – really
– Late – lately
– Most – mostly
– Bad – badly
– Hopeful – hopefully
– Good – well

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