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Can someone please help me in figuring out how to write adjectives and adverbs in a sentence. I do not know why this is so difficult for me.... I know what each means, yet I am having trouble identifying them in sentences. Any advice is appreciated :\

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    One thing you can do is work on having and adjective for every noun and an adverb for every verb. Examples:

    He almost brought a huge dog into his family's house.

    The red car belongs to my older sister now.


    Do you see the adjectives and adverbs I put in those sentences?

  • grammar -

    Yes! Okay... I am really going to try that. Thank you for boosting my brain :)

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    Once you have written what you need to, be sure to post again if you'd like someone here to check your work for you.

    =)

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