Adverb and Adjective
An adverb is a word or set of words that modifies verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. adverbs which serves to provide an explanation of the Verb (Verb) or action activities carried out by the subject of the sentence. Adverb always testified verb and sometimes adjective (adjective). It is that contrasted with adjectives that have the primary function as explanatory noun (noun).
An adjective is a word or set of words that modifies (i.e., describes) a noun or pronoun. Adjectives may come before the word they modify. Adjective is one of the eight parts of speech in English that form whole sentences. Adjectives function is to explain or describe the characteristics of a noun or noun and Pronoun (pronoun).
The difference of Adverb and Adjective
Adjectives are used to describe nouns, while Adverbs are used to describe verbs.
An adjective is a word that describes a noun.
The plum was purple.
The girl is pretty.
The duckling is fuzzy.
That is a sweet little dog.
An adverb is a word that describes a verb.
He ran quickly.
He chewed slowly.
She dove deeply.
The mouse nervously scurried.
A degree of comparison is a way to compare a person or thing either to one other person or thing or to a group of people or things.
The comparative form is used when two people or things are compared, and it is a higher degree of comparison than the positive form. An example of this would be “John is thinner than Mark,” with John and Mark as the two people being compared. In the comparative form, the adjective is often formed by adding -er to the end of it, as in “thinner.” Another option would be to use the word more in front of the word, as in “John is more thin than Mark.” Than is often used as a conjunction when using the comparative degree of comparison.
there are three degrees of comparison:
The Positive Degree. (This offers no comparison.)
– rich : his uncle is rich
– pretty : Sandara park has pretty face
– handsome : Tabi my officemate is handsome
– good : her home made cake is good
– fast : my cat is running so fast
The Comparative Degree (This shows the greater or lesser degree.)
– richer : my uncle is richer than his uncle
– prettier : my face is prettier than sandara park’s
– more handsome : Riri my classmate is more handsome than Tabi
– better : my mom’s home made cake is better than yours
– faster : my motorcycle is running faster than your cat
The Superlative Degree (This shows the greatest or least degree.)
– richest : her grandmother is the richest
– prettiest : my mother’s face is the prettiest
– most handsome : Dae is the most handsome guy in my office room
– Best : the cake that my grandmother cooked is the best
– Fastest : my Lamborghini is the fastest in running
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