1. Adjectives and adverbs
2. Adjectives in English
An adjective usually goes before a noun.There is an interesting talk on Wednesday.He is a very skillful barman.
- We can also put the adjective after the verb to be or a verb related to the five senses such as look, smell, taste, sound and feel, among others.
He is so good-looking!This smells awful.
3. Adverbs in English
- Adverbs of manner will usually go either after the verb or the direct object.
She is working hard on her project.You've done the work correctly.
Adverbs of manner give us information about how an action is performed. It is very important to distinguish them from adjectives, as most are derived from them:
|Most adverbs of manner are formed from an adjective by adding the particle -LY|| Quick
|Some adverbs do not follow this rule and keep the same form of the adjective|| Hard
|Other adverbs totally change the form of the adjective||Good||Well|