It's not that I don't like the way you are at school. I like this side of you that gets mad and dresses plain at home. I think you're way cuter like this.

I'd like to see plain is an adverb or adjective in that sentence.

(If it is an adjective, the verb 'dresses' is a linking verb?)


It's casual English. More standard is dresses plainly at home.

anonymousthe verb 'dresses' is a linking verb?


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