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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. Television show (The Game) The game is about football players who are dealing with everyday life. The players are trying to play football, and have fun doing things with their friends. One of the football players Derwin, is having a rough time with his girlfriend because he wants to marry her. However; she is not ready to get married she think he only wants to marry her because he think she is pregnant which she is not. Second, the football player Jason is in a bad position with his wife because she finds out he is using drugs. He confronts her, and tells her he is only going to use it for a short period of time. He just wants to be a good football player. Third, Malik is having beautiful time making money, meeting lots of girls, and buy new things.

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    Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns. They tell WHICH, WHAT KIND OF, or HOW MANY about the words they describe.

    Adverbs describe verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. They tell WHEN, WHERE, HOW, and TO WHAT EXTENT about the words they describe.

    If in doubt, look up the word in a dictionary. Be sure to study the use for each part of speech listed.

    Finally -- study this site.
    http://languagearts.pppst.com/adjectives-adverbs.html

    We'll be glad to check your identification of adjectives and adverbs. Please do it like this:

    The game is about football (adj) players who are dealing with everyday (adj) life.

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