adver adjectives in comparison corrected
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1. Assignment: Review - Adjectives, Adverbs, and Comparison
• Use at least five adverbs and five adjectives to write a 150- to 300-word review of a movie, sporting event, musical performance, or television show.
• Bold each adverb.
• Underline each adjective.
• Compare the event to one or more similar events. When comparing, use at least three comparatives and three superlatives. Place the three comparatives in italics and the three superlatives in “quotation marks
i need to know if my s sentence structer, grammar,puncuations, adverbs, adjective, comaprison, and writing is understandable and easy to read. thank you
Recently(adverb) I watched the karate kid the 2010 version it was different(adjective) from the 1984 version. Every movie has uniqueness of its own, and in every remake movie, you can always(adverb) see there is a twist when you compare it to the old movie. The 1984 version is based off the previously successful(adjective)l 1976 movie “Rocky”. The characters names and ethnic background are different(adjective). In the 1984 version, the karate kid named Daniel, moves in with his mother from New Jersey to California. The repairperson of their apartment named Mr. Miyagi is an immigrant from Okinawa. Daniel goes to school and befriends a beautiful cheerleader named Ali. It angers her ex boyfriend Johnny who is a karate student that is the best of his class. Johnny and friends always (adverb)bully Daniel; he has no fighting experience except for what he learned at the YMCA. One day, Miyagi witnesses one of the beatings, he intervenes and single handedly defeats Johnny and his friends.
The karate kid 2010 version has will smith’s son Jaden playing the Karate kid. It is a good(adjective) remake of the movie it takes place in Beijing, Japan. Sherri, the karate kid mother is offered, a job in Japan, they move from Detroit to Japan. He falls for a girl, its draws wrath of a bully. The mentor, Jackie Chan (the maintenance man) teaches him how to defeat the bully. He takes the bully down and in the end wins the girl in the end.
In the karate kid 1984 version the mentor Mr.Miyagi more graceful, (comparative) than MR. Han when it came to his way of teaching .Mr. Han is taller(comparative) than Mr. Miyagi and martial art movements were faster(comparitive). Mr. Miyagi’s method of training seemed to be the “easiest” of training compared to the 2010 version and the movie Rocky. The previews for the karate kid 2010 had the “biggest” (superlative)advertisement than the 1984 version. I liked the 2010-beginning version better(adjective), than the 1984. The graphics were the “greatest”(superlative), and seemed more(adverb) realistic. The character in Rocky looked the “healthiest”(superlative) of both actors in karate kid. Each of the movies are classics and extracts some new meaning every(adverb) time I watch them. They will be up there with the “greatest” movies ever made.
One day, Miyagi witnesses one of the beatings, he intervenes and single handedly defeats Johnny and his friends. >> Run-on
Two more run-ons in the second paragraph
In the karate kid 1984 version the mentor Mr.Miyagi more graceful, (comparative) than MR. Han when it came to his way of teaching . Incomplete sentence
every(adverb) >> adjective
thank you, im a bit confused on how i should correct the run-on. can you tell me what is missing or how i should reword it?
is this corrct? In the karate kid 1984, version the mentor Mr.Miyagi was more graceful, (comparative) than Mr. Han when it came to his way of teaching.
Yes. Your correction is correct -- but omit the comma after 1984.
did this correct the run-on?One day, Miyagi witnesses one of the beatings. He intervenes and single handedly defeats Johnny and his friends.
Yes. That's correct.
thank you for all of your help i really appreciate it.