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Hi guys.

Could you please give me some very simple, easy-to-remember rules that would help me identify Verbs, Adverbs & Adjectives easier?

Thank you!
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Very basic!
Verb = shows the action performed by the subject [keep in mind that not all verbs are really 'actions' as we normally think of them (sleep, like, taste, etc.)]

Adjectives & adverbs = words that serve to modify, or describe, another word [adj. modify nouns (a big house), adverbs modify verbs (I really like), adjectives (he's a very good boy) and other adverbs (he ran extremely fast).
Personally speaking ive found what you've said here difficult to put into practice.

Ive found this:

http://leo.stcloudstate.edu/grammar/verbsub.html

Is this good? it's far easier to remember and use.
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Hi Anon

I think you should have looked for the link first before posting and, if you still have any doubts, post the question/s.

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when can adverb use as a sentence???

How adverb being modified???...



how important is the adverb???

what are the simple way to know more adverbs in daily life!!!?
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An adverb is rarely used as a sentence.

An adverb can be modified by another adverb.

The adverb is not very important compared to the verb and the noun.

There is no simple way to know more adverbs in daily life. You need a textbook, and you need to read and study it.

CJ

Verb: The studnet UNDERSTOOD the lession clearly.

Adjective: The lession is USUALLY simple.
Adverb: he spokes very quickly.
You've got 2 adverbs indicated there, Anon From Hyderabad, along with some other problems:

Verb: The student UNDERSTOOD the lesson clearly.
Adjective: The lesson is usually SIMPLE.
Adverb: He spoke very QUICKLY.
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