posted by jenny on .
Describe your experience with credit and credit cards in a brief paragraph using at least five adverbs and five adjectives in your description. Bold the adverbs and underline the adjectives. What is the most effective way to determine whether a word is an adjective or an adverb?
Most of my friends got credit cards at a young age. We was about eighteen year of age. I notice how it was easy for them to purchase items now and pay later. I never quite understand the point of handlng a credit card. I always thought credit cards was just another bill to pay on. Now that I'm older I'm happier than ever I never got one. As time goes on I hear a lot of information from my friend about being in debt. Honestly, I have no past and current experience with credit cards. I have never owned a credit card. I do not know what my credit score is because it usually cost money to get a credit check. However, I believe that my credit score is low, because of hospital bills. As of right now I am in the process of building my credit by paying rent.
Adjectives describe or modify nouns and pronouns. They answer one of these question. Which? What kind of? How many?
Adverbs describe or modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. They answer one of these questions. When? Where? How? To what extent?
In your first sentence, credit is an adjective because it tells what kind of card. Young is an adjective because it tells which age.
I'm sure you can find other adjectives.
The first two adverbs are now and later. Now modifies purchase; later modifies pay. Both tell when.
If you post the other adjectives and adverbs you find, we'll be glad to check them.
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