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    Adjectives - Adverbs

    Sometimes we can use two or more adjectives to give a lot of information related to a noun. In fact, those adjectives are introduced according to two groups : opinion and fact. 


    For example: 

    • OPINION like nice, bad or interesting 
    • FACT like long, little or young 
    Moreover, we can be noticed that adjectives follow a peculiar order before the noun. 
    1. Size : big, small, tall, short, long or large 
    2. Shape : round, fat, thin, slim, wide or narrow 
    3. Old : old or new 
    4. Colour : red, yellow or blue 
    5. Where from : Spanish, China 
    6. Matter : leather, wooden or plastic 
    Nevertheless, the adverbs are defined to describe about a verb. The adjectives are used to tell about the noun. That's why, to distinguish them from adjectives, we must add -ly at the end of the adjectives. 
    For example:
    • Adjective : serious 
    • Adverb : seriously 
    However, after be, become, seem and get, the adjectives can be written ! 

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