An adverb can modify or describe a verb.
Yes. An adverb can modify a verb, an adjective or another adverb.
An Adverb usually modifies a Verb, but it can sometimes modify and Adjective.
It is neither. It is an adverb, and will modify a verb, adjective or adverb.
An adverb modifies a verb. An adjective modifies a noun.
Adjectives modify nouns. Adverbs modify verbs.
No. If a word modifies a verb, it would be an adverb.
'Were' is a linking verb, as it cannot modify a noun.
No it can't.
Adverb phrases modify the verb, adjective, or adverb of the sentence.
Adverbs modify a verb, another adverb, or an adjective.
No. An adverb is a modifier that can modify a verb (or an adjective, or another adverb).
An adjective can only modify a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase. It cannot modify a verb, adverb, adjective, or other part of speech...or it would not be acting as an adjective.
No. Quiet can be used as a noun, verb, or adjective, but none of those parts of speech can modify an adjective. Quiet would need to be changed to its adverbial form (quietly) in order to modify an adjective.
Yes. It can modify a verb or an adjective. It is the adverb form of the adjective immediate.
The word think is a verb. It is not used to modify nouns or pronouns.
It modifies a verb, adjective, or an adverb.
You could modify a phrasal verb (more than one word), or modify an entire clause with an adverb such as "fortunately."
An attributive verb is a verb form that is used like an adjective to modify a noun. It is also called a verbal adjective.
It's an adjective, not a verb. It helps modify nouns and pronouns--a sad story.
An adjective describes a noun. Adverbs modify verbs and other words.
Adverbs are used to modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.
The noun form of the adjective 'fantastic' is fantasticalness.There is no verb form of the adjective 'fantastic', however the adverb 'fantastically' can be used to modify a verb.