Teorija

1.
Adverbs describe verbs, adjectives or other adverbs.
  
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We must prepare this type of report weekly. (adverb)
 
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She wakes up early. (adverb)
 
2.
Adjectives describe nouns.
  
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It is a very long story. (adjective)
 
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Kate is a fast learner. (adjective)
 
3.
Some adverbs and adjectives have the same form.
  
Adverbs
Adjectives
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Come back soon.
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the back door
The train went fast.a fast train
They worked hard.The work is hard.
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Turn right here.
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The right answer.
He went straight home.a straight line
She led us wrong.This is the wrong way.
He looks friendly.
He is a friendly person.
 
4.
After such verbs as "be, feel, taste, smell, sound, look, appear, seem" we usually use an adjective (not an adverb).
  
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You look beautiful!
 
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That sounds great!
 
5.
We also use adjectives speaking about the weather.
It is warm today.
 
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