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Can some one check these for correct advebs and adjectives.
I was extremely irresponsible in my younger years. I was not fully educated with credit card debt. The debt added up much faster than expected. The interest rates were extremely high. The financial class has helped me fully understand my finances. Knowing how important credit is I will use credit cards sparingly.
Adjectives are underlined and Adverbs in Bold
I need a total of five each. I think that I am missing a few and need help.

  • Com/155 - ,

    extremely, extremely, fully, sparingly = Adj

    younger, credit, much, faster, interest, financial, important, credit = Adv

  • Com/155 - ,

    The bolding and italics don't show up here.

    Please identify each adverb and adjective by typing (adj) or (adv) after each one.

  • Com/155 - ,

    You have your adverbs and adjectives mixed up.

    Adjectives modify nouns and pronouns. They tell which, what kind of, and how many.

    Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. They tell when, where, why, to what extent, how.

    Please try again.

  • Com/155 - ,

    I am so confused. Is this correct?

    extremely, extremely, fully, sparingly = adverb

    younger, credit, card,much, faster, interest, financial, important, credit = Adjective

  • Com/155 - ,

    Your adverbs are correct.

    In addition, these are also adverbs:
    not, up, much

    Your adjective list is mostly right.

    Much is an adverb. Also -- irresponsible is an adjective.

    Good job!

  • Com/155 - ,

    Does this look better?

    I was extremely irresponsible in my younger years. I was not fully educated with credit card debt. The debt added up much faster than expected. The interest rates were extremely high. The financial class has helped me fully understand my finances. With small steps I can fix my mistakes. Knowing how tremendously important credit is I will use credit cards sparingly.

    extremely, fully, faster, extremely, fully, tremendously,sparingly = adverb

    younger, educated, ,much, faster, expected, financial, = Adjective

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