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e last word in each sentence is either an adjective or an adverb.



1. The sun burnt the grass quickly.
Answer: adverb

2. It burnt the grass black.
Answer: adverb

3. He drove his employees hard.
Answer: Adjective

4.The student studied hard for his test, so she did well.

Answer: adjective

5.The story that you just told me is unlikely.

Answer: adjective

  • English; Help/Check. -

    I agree with your first answer, but I disagree with the other four.

    Remember that adjectives describe nouns and pronouns. They tell which, what kind of, and how many.

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

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