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An adjective is basically a "describing" word - It tells us what something, someone or a place is like. 
An adjective modifies a NOUN. 
It describes the quality, state or action that a noun refers to. 
i) Adjectives can come before nouns: a new car 
An adverb simply tells us in what way, or how, something is happening or being done. 

An adverb is used to modify a VERB, an ADJECTIVE, or another ADVERB. 

Most adverbs in English are formed by adding -ly to an Adjective. 

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ADJECTIVE:an adjective describes a noun or pronoun.
ADVERB:an adverb modifies or supervises an adjective or verb or another adverb.
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