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Study these sites carefully. Then post the adjectives and adverbs you find in this example. We'll be glad to correct your answers.
I'll do the first two for you.
'Toy Story 3': Alternately affecting, hilarious and heartbreaking and the most original prison-escape movie ever made.
adverbs: alternately, most, ever
adjectives: affecting, hilarious, heartbreaking, the, original, prison-escape
A worthy finale to a fantastic franchise.
adjectives: worthy, a, fantastic
Adjectives describe (modify) nouns.
Adverbs describe verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.
ADVERBS: Alternately,worthy,sadder,scarier, sooner,later, heartily, melancholy
dark,long,noble, stubborn, foolish,bad,best,most
Please re-read those webpages with explanations and examples of adjectives and adverbs. Then re-write and re-post.
Did you really study the websites that Writeacher and I posted?
The following are NOT adverbs: worthy, sadder, scarier, melancholgy
The following is NOT an adjective: most
You missed most of the adverbs and adjectives.
ARE THESE ALL ADVERBS?
Alternately, most, ever
worthy, fantastic, sadder, scarier, so, lovely, heartily, melancholy,daringly
Adverbs: Alternately, most, ever, heartily, daringly
The others are not.
ARE THESE ALL ADJECTIVES?
affecting, hilarious, heartbreaking, original prison-escape movie,sadder,scarier, most,best,bad, bad, bad,innovative, rapturous, whole three-part, 15-year, bunch, silly plastic, junk, long, noble, stubborn, foolish,
Dazzling, scary, sentimental, dark
Not movie or most. The rest are.
And there are additional adjectives in those sentences.
I get so confused with adjectives and adverbs... I know that adverbs describe verbs and adjectives describe nouns but when words like "a" I dont understand....
While "a, an, the" are considered adjectives, they do not usually have to be identified as adjectives.
Please review the websites we posted. Study them carefully.