Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Are you sometimes wondering when to use 'good' and when to use 'well'? Are you unsure whether you should say 'real nice' or 'really nice'? Then join me in this lesson for a review of English adverbs and adjectives. This lesson is sponsored by Lingoda online language school, which is a provider of live English lessons with qualified native teachers. More information about Lingoda at the end of the video. Hello and welcome everyone, this is Minoo at Anglo-Link. In this lesson, we're going to review adjectives and adverbs, and look at some common mistakes that you might be making with them. We'll end the lesson with an exercise so you can check your understanding. By the end of the lesson you will have a clear idea of how to use adjectives and adverbs, and how to avoid some common mistakes. So, when you ready let's begin. Many of you have asked me how you can improve your English speaking and listening skills. In my experience, the most efficient way to do this is by taking private lessons with a native speaker. I recently took a Spanish lesson with Lingoda done and I really enjoyed it. I like their system for several reasons. First of all, they offer both private and small group lessons that are available 24/7 via Skype. And you can pick the time and type of a lesson that would suit you best. secondly, all the teachers are fully qualified native speakers. And finally, they offer certification based CEFR levels from A1 to C2, which allows you to set targets and measure your progress as you work towards them. I do believe that Lingoda can help many of you take your English to the next level. For more information and to book a trial lesson you can visit [Link in the description]. Then, you can use the following code to get a 15% discount.