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Madam was listening to an NPR podcast this morning. The commentators were talking about the USA not qualifying for the world cup this year but they would be hosting it in eight years time and that it would be ‘super fun’. 125 more words

Lesson 75: Five Words You Should Not Use 'very' With!

Let me get straight to the point: with my many many years’ experience in learning and teaching how to write, I have come to the conclusion that ‘very’ is that one word that lazy writers (like myself sometimes) use when they do not want to think hard of a better one-word substitute. 441 more words

Adverbs

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I have come to believe adverbs are cigarettes for writers. We’re told they are no good for us, are highly-addictive, but yet they’re still around, tempting us. 298 more words

Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs - Comparatives

Comparatives are used to compare two or more things. Look at these sentences:

I’ll buy this jacket. It’s warmer.

Don’t take that sweater. It’s more expensive. 391 more words

Adjectives

Adverbs

        An adverb is a word that describes or limits a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
Examples: then, today, now, tomorrow, soon, here, there, everywhere, quickly, beautifully, carefully, well, barely, nearly, completely.

Sentence: “They walk quickly.”

English

An accidentally long list of adverbs for school and mad libs

accidentally

angrily

annually

anxiously

awkwardly

badly

blindly

boastfully

boldly

bravely

briefly

brightly

busily

calmly

carefully

carelessly

cautiously

cheerfully

clearly

correctly

courageously

crossly

cruelly

daily

defiantly… 110 more words

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Adjectives and adverbs use wrong/ly?

If you are looking for good examples of terrible mistakes such as using adjectives instead of adverbs or the opposite, just watch the sport channel. In England, in Spain and I guess in other areas around the world, it seems that the sport industry follows the same tendency of ignoring the grammar. 349 more words

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