English Adjective And Adverb And Their Usage:

Understanding English ADJECTIVE

It is a word that describes or adds some further meaning to a noun or a pronoun. For example good, white, light, tall etc.


However, some adjectives don't have degrees but the word more is used to make their comparative or superlative forms. The examples include: Beautiful, splendid, remarkable etc. There is another group of adjectives which are not used in comparative or superlative degrees. The examples include antique, unique, ancient etc.

Understanding English ADVERB

A word which adds to the meaning of a verb or adjective is called an adverb. Examples are:

Explaining verb: Slowly, carefully, quickly, wisely etc.

Explaining Adjective: Very tall, so late etc.

Adverbs also define time like Today, tomorrow, now etc.