Adjectives. Adverbs. Adjectives. Adjectives modify nouns. To modify means to change in some way Adjectives change nouns by limiting them, or distinguishing them from other nouns. Example: Cookie is a noun. We limit or change it when we modify it with an adjective: chocolate cookie
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Example: Cookie is a noun.
**As you can see, adjectives frequently immediately precede the noun they modify.**
slowly, cautiously, ferociously
yesterday, now, very, quite
lovely, friendly, lonely (these are all adjectives)
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“Your dog smells really well considering he’s not a hound dog.”
“Your dog smells good after going to the groomer.”
“I am feeling well again, after taking a few days off work.”
“I feel good about my performance yesterday.”
“Your dog smells badly considering he’s a bloodhound!”
“Your dog smells bad after swimming in the pond.”
“Ever since I burned my fingertips, I feel badly.”
“I feel bad about what I said yesterday.”