posted by confused by adverbs and adjectives .
my assignment is: 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 all adverbs.
· Underline all adjectives.
· Compare the event to one or more similar events. When comparing, use at least three comparatives and three superlatives.
I would like for someone to look over my completed assignment to see if I have do it correctly.
We'll be glad to look it over. Please post it.
I very recently took my little sister to see a movie. The movie she so eagerly wanted to see was “Step Up 3D”. “Step Up 3D” is a 3D movie that brings together dance and 3D. I had never seen a movie in 3D and I was very excited. I have previously seen the first two sequels and enjoyed both movies. I curiously wondered which of the three movies would be more creative (COMPARATIVE). I wanted so badly for “Step Up 3D” to be better (COMPARATIVE) than the first two “Step Up” movies. The acting in the first two movies was not the best (SUPERLATIVE) I have ever seen, but I have also seen worse (COMPARATIVE). Once I put on the 3D glasses the movie really seemed to pop out of the movie screen. At one point they are dancing in the pouring rain and as they spin and stomp in the water it appears to fly directly at you. The tiny drops of water appeared to land on the glasses and run down them. I briefly caught myself trying to quickly wipe the small drops of water from my glasses. After watching “Step Up 3D” I thought the acting had improved drastically, and it by far had the most creative (SUPERLATIVE) graphics I have seen. It was a much better movie than the first two to say the least (SUPERLATIVE). I would recommend the movie to anyone who enjoys dancing. However, if you are more into having a good story line this may not be the movie for you.
very, recently, so, eagerly, together, never, very, previously, curiously, more, so, badly, ever, also, really, directly, down, briefly, quickly, drastically, directly, most, much, however
my, little, 3D, excited, first, two, both, three, creative, better, first, two, "Step Up", worse, 3D, movie, one, pouring, tiny, small, my, creative, better, good, story
THANK YOU SOOOOOO MUCH =) Do I have the superlative and comparatives correct. This is what REALLY confused me
Yes. They look good.
And -- you're welcome.
Just a suggestion..don't say the first two sequels because the first movie wasn't a sequel. You should say "the first two movies" or "the first two movies in this series" instead.