Usually Modifies a Verb but Can Sometimes Modify an Adjective?


An adverb usually modifies a verb but can sometimes modify an adjective. For example, in the statement 'she cooks perfectly', perfectly is an adverb that modifies cooks, a verb. In the statement, 'she cooks amazingly perfect' amazingly is the adverb that modifies perfect, an adjective.
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Adverb. Example: She sings abnormally. (abnormally being the adverb, modifying sings) Example: Her singing is surprisingly abnormal. (surprisingly being the adverb, modifying abnormal
adverb. An adverb is a part of speech. It is any word that modifies any other part of language: verbs, adjectives (including numbers) clauses, sentences and other adverbs, except
An adverb modifies a verb.
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