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Difference between adverb and adjective



 
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Difference between adverb and adjective #1 (permalink) Tue Apr 05, 2005 6:11 am   Difference between adverb and adjective
 

Test No. incompl/elem-13 "Grammar Questions", question 7

Which of these is an adjective? It is ..........

(a) hard
(b) hardly
(c) harden
(d) hardship

Test No. incompl/elem-13 "Grammar Questions", answer 7

Which of these is an adjective? It is hard.

Correct answer: (a) hard
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Adjective/adverb #2 (permalink) Tue Apr 05, 2005 9:33 am   Adjective/adverb
 

An adjective qualifies/describes a noun: a complete understanding. An adverb qualifies/describes a verb: understand completely.
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Hard vs Hardship #3 (permalink) Tue Jul 13, 2010 5:33 am   Hard vs Hardship
 

Alan my answer was incorrec at this question I put hardship. I got confused on how to use this adverbios. Any explanation?
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Difference between adverb and adjective #4 (permalink) Tue Jul 13, 2010 8:37 am   Difference between adverb and adjective
 

Hi Costopolous,

A typical word family is: verb - to complete/ noun - completion / adjective - complete and adverb - completely.

The adjective describes the noun and the adverb describes the verb. In the test the words are:

(a) hard adjective
(b) hardly adverb
(c) harden verb
(d) hardship noun.

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Adverb and adjective #5 (permalink) Wed Jul 14, 2010 3:47 am   Adverb and adjective
 

Thanks Alan for your help.
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Difference between adverb and adjective #6 (permalink) Tue Aug 30, 2011 6:02 am   Difference between adverb and adjective
 

Awasome ! its a interesting way to undesrtand easy and quickly . Thanks Alan
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