The Same Words as
Adverbs and Adjectives



The Same Words as Adverbs and Adjectives :



LOUD : (adjective)

Meanings :

1. having or producing great strength of sound

Example Sentences :

1. The radio is not loud enough. (Adjective)

LOUD : (adverb)

Meanings :

1. in a loud way

Example Sentences :

1. He read the news loud. (Adverb)
2. My wife spoke in a loud voice. (Adjective)
3. I do not speak so loud. (Adverb)

A fast car goes fast.

1. Fast - A fast car - Adjective
2. Fast - goes fast - Adverb

FAST : (adjective)

Meanings :

1. Quick
2. Moving or able to move quickly

Example Sentences :

1. The fast growth of the petroleum industry is rather fantastic. (Adjective)

FAST - (adverb)

Meanings :

1. Quickly

Example Sentences :

1. I can drive very fast. (adverb)
2. The population is growing very fast. (adverb)
3. The train is running five minutes fast. (adverb)
4. He is fast asleep. (Adverb)

NEXT : (determiner)

Meanings :

1. Closest in space, order or degree
2. Without anything coming before or between

Example Sentences :

1. The quickest way is by train.
2. The next best way is to go by air. (Adjective)

NEXT :

Meanings :

1. Immediately following in time
2. The one after the one mentioned or after the present

Example Sentences :

1. Where will you be during the next few months? (Adjective)
2. Next time you see her, give her my best wishes. (Adjective)

NEXT - (adverb)

Meanings :

1. just afterwards

Example Sentences :

1. What will you do next? (Adverb)

NEXT : (adverb)

Meanings :

1. At the first time after this or that

Example Sentences :

1. I'll tell you about it when we meet next. (Adverb)
2. She earns next to nothing.
3. It is next to impossible to fly in this bad weather. (Adverb)

Other Sententences :

1. I came by the back door. (Adjective)
2. Come back. (Adverb)
3. Every little effort gets me nearer to my goal. (Adjective)
4. I am little known even in my own town.
5. This is a hard case. (adjective)
6. I do not work hard at all. (Adverb)

ILL : (adjective)

Meanings :

1. Not well
2. Not in good heatlh

Example Sentences :

1. There are a lot of ill-feelings about her being promoted. (Adjective)

2. It is an ill wind that blows nobody good. (Adjective)

ILL - (adverb)

Meanings :

1. badly
2. cruelly
3. unpleasantly

Example Sentences :

1. The child has been ill-treated. (adverb)
2. I can ill-afford the time to speak to you. (Adverb)
3. I see one third of a nation ill-housed, ill-clad and ill-nourished. (F.D. Roosevelt)

ILL : unfavourably

Meanings :

1. to think / to speak ill of someone

Example Sentences :

1. It ill becomes you to say such cruel things. (Adverb)

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