+0
Are they correct in terms of being a verb and a preposition?

Verb

You can cheer louder than that
You can shout louder than that
John sings louder than Kevin

Ivan bought some muffins from the bakery.
James bought a car this week
I bought myself a cup of drink

Eric kicked the ball but missed the goal post.
A teen was kicked out of school due to bad behavior
James kicked a wall and hurt his foot

He carries the boxes as he walks out of the room.
The things he carries are very heavy
John carries a lot of money everyday

Preposition

Jonathan found his ring inside the jug.
Jack was hiding inside a room
The keys were found inside a drawer
Comments  
Solomon_13000Are they correct in terms of being a verb and a preposition?

Verb

You can cheer louder than that ("Louder" is not a verb.)
You can shout louder than that ("Louder" is not a verb.)
John sings louder than Kevin ("Louder" is not a verb.)

Ivan bought some muffins from the bakery.
James bought a car this week
I bought myself a cup of drink

Eric kicked the ball but missed the goal post.
A teen was kicked out of school due to bad behavior
James kicked a wall and hurt his foot

He carries the boxes as he walks out of the room.
The things he carries are very heavy
John carries a lot of money everyday

Preposition

Jonathan found his ring inside the jug. OK
Jack was hiding inside a room OK
The keys were found inside a drawer OK
Is louder an adverb?
Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies
Solomon_13000Is louder an adverb?
'louder' is an adverb; it has the same meaning as 'more loudly'.
Are those below called adverb?

James listens to loud songs everyday
James sings more loudly than Samuel
>Are those below called adverb?
adverbS

No, not both, pls read your grammar.
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Since loud + ly this is considered an adverb?

James sings more loudly than Samuel
A loud song - loud is an adjective and modifies song

Sings loudly - loudly is an adverb and modifies sings