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ADJECTIVES & ADVERBS RULES TO FOLLOW .
ADJECTIVES Modifies Nouns Modifies Pronouns .
A noun or a pronoun is.DEFINITION OF AN ADJECTIVE: It tells what kind of person. It may also point out which one or how many. place. . or thing.
which one) . (which one) Many people enjoy the annual dinner. (what kind) This factory is mine.EXAMPLES: The ship was an English vessel. (how many.
. degree. place. time.AN ADVERB: Modifies an active verb or a verb phrase by expressing manner. or number.
TYPES OF ADVERBS: Simple Interrogative Negative .
(Manner and tell how) ± I waited there for an hour. tells when) ± I called you once. (Place and tell where) ± You may leave soon.EXAMPLES: SIMPLE: ± She moved quietly. tells how much) . (Degree. tells how many) ± He sat very still. (Number. (Time.
why and how . when.Interrogative Adverb Introduces a sentence that asks a question where.
EXAMPLES: Interrogative: ± When will you return? ± How is the trunk being sent? .
only. not . . scarcely and hardly Note: two negative adverbs should not be used together. never.Negative Adverb Denies or contradicts a statement no.
I haven¶t no more sea shells. ( correct) .EXAMPLES: Negative . (incorrect) .I can scarcely believe my eyes.
Familiar Adverbs to Know almost finally seldom unusually certainly hardly quite so usually just rather very rather fairly nearly too scarcely well .
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