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Adverbs are highly underrated. Really. I haven’t done a scientific study of this, but based on personal experience, I’m fairly certain that people usually talk about and use adjectives more than they talk about and use adverbs,. Yet adverbs are much harder workers than adjectives An adjective can modify or describe only a noun. In […]


An adjective is a type of word. Precisely, it’s a word that modifies or describes a noun. I don’t know how helpful the previous sentence was because if you didn’t know what an adjective is before now, then you probably don’t know what a noun is. In that case, saying that an adjective modifies a […]


Adjectival is an adjective meaning related to the use of adjectives. Thus, the use of the word adjectival is adjectival. Got it? If you don’t know what the word adjective means, you probably failed grade one. That’s nothing to be ashamed of because … nope, I’m wrong. It’s something to be terribly ashamed of. I […]


Isn’t it ironic that the dictionary is so precise about specific uses of the word abstract? I’m not sure. I won’t get to the word ironic for years. But all kidding aside (What do you mean you’ve never noticed any attempts at humor here? Shut up!), the dictionary I’m looking at has three entries for […]