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When do you suppose to use an English adjective or adverb?

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Here, the difference is in the reference word of the English adjective or adverb. Thus an adjective always refers to a noun or pronoun and an adverb to a verb, an adjective or a whole sentence. You should do that.

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English adjective or adverb

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English adjective

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English Adjective:

The English adjectives always describe a noun or a pronoun. If you want to know more, click on the following link:

English adjective

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Adverb in English

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The English adverbs mainly describe verbs, adjectives or even a whole sentence. However, it may be that the following exception, for a reference verb, “constitutes this rule”..

  • Verb
  • Adjective
  • Entire sentence

 

If you want to know more, you will find a comprehensive article in the .

English adverb

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Exception:

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However, there is again an exception here, and that is when the verb describes a purpose that (see, taste, feel, hear, smell) is not an adverb, but an adjective.

Except the statement (sentence) refers to a real sense organ.

 

English verbMeaning with an adverb:Meaning without an adverb:
looklookappearance
tastetaste in the mouthtaste (something to eat)
feelfeel (with the hand / keys)to feel something
sound---listen to
smellsmell (with the nose)smell (for example cheese)
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About me

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Hey, I used to think that language learning was innate. Either you can speak English or not and it doesn’t matter how much you learn -“Anyway I don’t record good grades in English.” And that’s where English is so important.

 

After a while, I gave myself one last chance to learn English. Only this time I limited myself to the essential points.

For me, that meant verbs: formation – examples – signal words & usage

This method enabled me to learn English faster than ever before.

 

Since then I know that learning languages is not innate. And through that realization, my vision has become to offer other students the opportunity to learn English, just like I did back then. Now I ask you to help me by sharing this article with your friends!

Thank you very much!

 

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