Adjectives and Adverbs in English Grammar
Adjectives and adverbs are luxury words. You spend them to make your speech descriptive and lush. Adjectives decorate the nouns; adverbs ornament the verbs.
What Are Adjectives and Adverbs and Their Position in a Sentence?
'Adjectives' and 'adverbs' look alike as they both modify or describe something. But they differ in what they describe.
'Adjectives' modify or describe the quality of nouns and pronouns. They are used before 'nouns' or sometimes after them to emphasize more on it. Adjectives are also used after 'linking verbs.'
'Adverbs' are words that are used to modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. They can be placed anywhere in a sentence such as at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end. It all depends on what type of adverb we are using.
'Adverbs' answer the questions [when, how, how much, how long, how often].