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what is the adjective and adverb in the following sentences?
The plane circled the vacant field and slowly came in for a smooth landing.

You should not drive too fast; however, a slow driiver can be dangerous too.

Mira has been faithfully practicing the cello lately.

Luisa politely interrupted Arny's leisurely account of his recent trip.

Miss Remington certainly does work hard.

Pandas have hardly ever been born in captivity.

The green bus nearly had a slight accident yesterday.

Tom walked toward the red squirrel quickly, and the squirrel ran away.

Mr. Acoli first said to make up the test, but his second idea was to write a report.

" You will go far, young man," Dr. Hounsou often assured me.

  • Grammar -

    The plane circled the vacant field and slowly came in for a smooth landing.
    Ajectives: vacant, smooth
    Adverb: slowly


    You should not drive too fast; however, a slow driiver can be dangerous too.
    Adjectives: slow, dangerous
    Adverbs: not, too, fast, however, too


    We'll be glad to check your answers for the rest of the sentences.

  • Grammar -

    I missed the adverb "in" in the first sentence.

  • Grammar -

    I'd appreciate if you would help with the other questions. Thank you.

  • Grammar -

    I'll be glad to HELP you with the other questions.

    But HELP means that we work together, not that I do it for you.

    Here's the deal -- you post what you think are the adjectives and adverbs, and I will check them and help you from there.

  • Grammar -

    ADJECTIVE LATELY
    ADVERB FAITHFULLY

  • Grammar -

    miss remigton certaily does work hard

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