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Rule "adjective vs. adverb"

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Description: adjective vs. adverb
Message: The word "\4" is an adjective and doesn't fit in this context. Did you mean the adverb \4?
Category: Commonly Confused Words (ID: CONFUSED_WORDS)
Incorrect sentences
that this rule can detect:
  • I have probable done this already.
    Correction suggestion: probably
Correct sentences
for comparison:
  • That would be reasonable based on Williams' costs, according to the ISO's view.
  • But we'll have our power, and that rate may be reasonable compared with those of other states a few years from now, Freeman says.
  • All who are simple come to my house.
  • The biggest issue is its tendency to succumb to unintentional double-clicking.
  • They keep they financial aid.
  • Why aren't we normal like everyone else?
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