Learn five words that make up an adjective, adverb, or noun.
Read on to learn how to learn the five essential words that give English the power it needs.
In this article, we’re going to focus on adjectives and adverbs to help you learn them in a short period of time.
A is for apple.
A is for apples, an apple, and a bottle.
The fox caught the wolf.
The fox caught a wolf, and then he turned around and ran.
There’s a man in the street.
There’s a fox in the road, a man who is running, and he is in the alleyway.
I’m going to make a friend.
I’m going home, and I’m leaving my keys in the house, and nobody knows it. 5.
I am going to eat a big steak.
A man eats a steak, and there is a big man in front of him.
The weather’s bad.
It’s very cold.
The wind is blowing.
They are all blowing.