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Use at least five adverbs and five adjectives to write a brief 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. Can someone please look at this and tell me if I have it right.
Recently (adverb) I watched the 2010 version of “Nightmare on Elm Street” it was different (adjective) from the 1984 version. A woman Nancy is having grisly (adverb) nightmares. Something monstrous wants to kill her. Meanwhile, her high school friends, who are having the very same dream, are being slaughtered in their sleep by the hideous fiend of their shared nightmare. When police ignore her explanation, she herself must confront the killer in his shadowy realm. Every movie is unique, and in every (adverb) remake, you can always (adverb) see the similarities and differences. One noticeable difference (comparative) was the way the villain was portrayed. In the 1984 version the man “Freddy” was a lot scarier (comparative) and bloody than in the remake. . The acting was better in the original movie (comparative) but the computer graphics were but better in the remake. The producers spent more (superlative) money on previews for the “Nightmare on Elm Street” remake than on the 1984 version. I liked both versions but am more of a fan of the original. I think that may be because I was a teenager when the first movie came out.

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    Recently (adverb) I watched the 2010 version of Nightmare on Elm Street. It was quite (adv) different (adjective) from the 1984 version. A woman named Nancy is having grisly (adj) nightmares. Something monstrous wants to kill her. Meanwhile, her high school friends, who are having the very same dream, are being slaughtered in their sleep by the hideous fiend of their shared nightmare. When police ignore her explanation, she herself must confront the killer in his shadowy realm. Every movie is unique, and in every (adj) remake, you can always (adverb) see the similarities and differences. One noticeable difference (<~~noun) was the way the villain was portrayed. In the 1984 version, the character Freddy was a lot scarier (comparative adj) and more bloody (more bloody=comparative adj) than in the remake. The acting was better (comparative) in the original movie, but the computer graphics were but<~~?? better (comparative) in the remake. The producers spent more (comparative) money on previews for the Nightmare on Elm Street remake than on the 1984 version. I liked both versions, but am more of a fan of the original. I think that may be because I was a teenager when the first movie came out.

    You'll need to recount the adjectives and adverbs and make any adjustments needed. I saw comparatives in your writing, but no superlatives.

    Comparative adjectives - examples:
    stronger
    more beautiful
    prettier
    more frightening
    better
    worse

    Superlative adjectives - examples:
    strongest
    very beautiful/most beautiful
    prettiest
    very frightening/most frightening
    best
    worst

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    Thank you for your help I have changed it a bit. I know I still have to put a couple of adj and adverbs but what do you think now
    Recently I watched the 2010 version of “Nightmare on Elm Street” it was quite different from the 1984 version. A woman Nancy is having grisly nightmares. Something monstrous wants to kill her. Meanwhile, her high school friends, who are having the very same dream, are being slaughtered in their sleep by the hideous fiend of their shared nightmare. When police ignore her explanation, she herself must confront the killer in his shadowy realm. Every movie is unique, and in every remake, you can always see the similarities and differences. One noticeable difference was the way the villain was portrayed. In the 1984 version the man “Freddy” was very frightening (superlative) and bloody (comparative) than in the remake. . The acting was better (comparative) in the original movie but the computer graphics were the best (superlative) in the remake. The producers spent more (comparative) money on previews for the “Nightmare on Elm Street” remake than on the 1984 version. I liked both versions but am more of a fan of the original. I think that may be because I was a teenager when the first movie came out. I would not say that the original was the best (superlative) movie I have ever seen but it is one of my favorites.

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    Movie titles need to be in italics, not in quotation marks.

    Please compare your second paragraph VERY CAREFULLY with the one I posted. Make all the corrections, such as italics, punctuation, capitals, etc.

    Then repost and I'll read it over.

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