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Adjective and Adverb Forms

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Corey Maxedon

on 4 September 2012

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Transcript of Adjective and Adverb Forms

Hayden, Corey, and Duncan Adjective and Adverb Forms Three Troublesome Pairs Bad and Badly Well and Good Slow and Slowly Bad and Badly Bad is an adjective. In most uses, badly is an adverb. Well and Good Well may be used as an adjective or adverb. Well has three meanings: 1. in good health Fran is well. 2. well dressed or well groomed She looks well in red. 3. satisfactory Everything is well. Good is always an adjective. It should not be used to modify. NONSTANDARD: She sings good.

STANDARD: She sings well. May be used when following a linking verb. That color looks good on you. Slow and Slowly Slow is used as both an adjective and an adverb. We took a slow walk. Slowly is always an adverb. In uses other than go slow and drive slow, slowly is better to use. After a linking verb, use bad, not badly. The medicine tasted bad. The dog behaved badly. The milk smelled bad. Thank you for watching the show. The End
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