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Problems With Adjectives and Adverbs

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:10
  • Adjectives Vs. Adverbs 0:30
    • What Are Adjectives and When to Use Adjectives?
    • What are Adverbs and When to Use Adverbs?
  • General Rules 2:03
    • If a Word Answers the Question 'How?', it is an Adverb
    • Rule Change: If a Verb is Being Used Actively, Use an Adverb
    • If a Verb is Not Being Used Actively, Use an Adjective
  • Good Vs. Well 3:59
    • Good is an Adjective, Well is an Adverb
    • Well When Referring to Health, Good When Referring to Emotional State
  • Comparisons 5:24
    • The Comparative, and the Superlative
    • Making a Comparison Using -ly Adverbs
  • This/That/These/Those 6:54
    • Adjectives or Pronouns?
    • This and That Are Always Singular, This is Nearer Than That
    • These and Those Are Always Plural, These are Nearer Than Those
  • Than Vs. Then 7:51
    • Use Than to Show Comparison, Use Then to Answer the Question When
  • Practice 8:21
  • Practice Answers 9:06