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types of adjectives and adverbs
parts of the sentence
They indicate the place where an action is performed.
Indicate when an action takes place
Express the amount of something.
Indicate how often an action is performed.
They are used to ask questions
Of degree or intensity
They indicate the intensity with which the action is performed.
some, some; any, any; little, little; few, few; many, many; much, much; enough, enough
this, this; that, that; these, these; those, those
good, good; thin, thin; dry, dry; bad, bad; short short
which ?, which ?; What? What? whose ?, from whom ?, etc.
my, my; your, your, your, your, his, his (his); her, his (her); its, its (of it), ours, ours; your, yours, their, yours (their)
one, one; ten, ten; first, first, second, second; etc.
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corresponds to an object or action
mouse, fire, Michael
indicates the relationship or relative position of the objects.
in, about, toward
is used for exclamations.
is used instead of a name.
unites the components of a sentence or phrase.
and, but, or
specifies an action or connects a subject to a complement
take, is, go, fire
modifies a verb or an adjective. Many adverbs have the suffix
very, extremely, carefully
specifies whether the name is specific or a member of a class.
a, an, the
modify a name.
yellow, pretty, useful