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Now you as talking. Grammar, your best bet is to look into the grammar book in your language or the language you are using. Not all languages have the same order of words in their sentences. I gather that you recognise the word by their grammatical word. You know a verb from a noun. I always find adjectives and adverbs tricky.
if you recognise the different groups of words,you are ok. Just look in the grammar book to make certain.
one thing I did in the old days when learning a new language,nears too learn the grammar that differed from my native language.
An adjective describes something. Example: She drove a (red) car. Example: You asked a (lousy) question. Example: I gave a (simple) answer. The words in ( ) are adjectives. Adjectives describe objects or people, nouns. Adverbs describe actions or verbs. Example: He runs (slowly). Example: She (quickly) brushed her teeth. You can leave the adjectives and adverbs out of a sentence and the sentence will still be complete, The adjectives and adverbs just tell a little more about what you are talking about.
We'll look at the verbs - CRY and RANG. Now look at the words that make those verbs come to life in this sentence - suddenly, spine-tingling. a night creature, these words describe the verbs. Take these word out and see how uneventful this story is. In this sentence the adjectives and the adverbs are the same.