In the past two decades there has occurred a series of changes in American life, the extent, durability, and significance of which no one has yet measured. No one can.
— Irving Howe
● Proud and relieved, they watched their daughter receive her diploma. (adjectives)
● Hungrily, the boy devoured his lunch. (adverb)
● When foreign students come to the United States, they suffer from culture shock. (dependent clause)
● For better or worse, credit cards are now readily available to college students. (prepositional phrase)
● Having decided to quit his job, Roberto began looking for another one. (participial phrase)
We had a very good evening on Friday. After a meal at a very good Italian restaurant we went to a good film. I liked it because the actors were all so good and the plot was a good one as well. Afterwards we were in such a good mood that we decided to visit some good friends of ours and tell them all about our evening.
We had a very enjoyable evening on Friday. After a meal at a romantic Italian restaurant we went to a very powerful film. I liked it because the actors were so sensitive and the plot was an original one as well. Afterwards we felt so exhilarated that we decided to visit some close friends of ours and tell them all about our evening.