- Anyone can be a philanthropist regardless of their wealth and status.
- To be a philanthropist you should have a heart for giving and you should be passionate about a cause.
- Some famous philanthropists are: Mark Zuckerberg, J.K. Rowling Pitbull, etc.
The terms that describe or justify nouns or pronouns are called adjectives. For instance, Roshni is attractive. 'Roshni' is the noun, and 'attractive' describes her appearance, so 'attractive' is the adjective.
Adverbs are adjectives that characterise verbs in motion (verbs). For example, Ram fought valiantly. The noun is 'Ram,' and the verb is 'valiantly.' 'Valiantly' is an adverb that explains how he fought.
Now let us look at the options:
A) Option A: She behaves nice because she is a nice person: In this sentence, the adjective 'nice' is used in both clauses. We need an adverb to characterise her behaviour in the first clause of the sentence, while 'nice' is correctly used as an adjective in the second clause. As a result, option A is wrong.
B) Option B: She behaves nicely because she is a niceful person: 'Nicely' is used as an adverb correctly in the first clause of the sentence. However, the term "niceful" is incorrect. As a result, option B is wrong.
C) Option C: She behaves nicely because she is a nice person: In this sentence, 'nicely' is used as an adverb in the first clause to describe how she acts, and 'nice' is used as an adjective in the second clause to describe the pronoun 'she.' As a result, choice C is the correct answer.
D) Option D: She behaves nice because she is a nicely person: In the first clause, 'nice' is used as an adjective rather than an adverb, and in the second clause, 'nicely' is used as an adverb rather than an adjective. As a result, option D is wrong.
Thus the correct answer is option ‘C’.
I) Adjectives are normally put before the nouns they represent, as in tall man and simple assignment. Adjectives can be placed before or after the noun they represent. Adjectives, like nouns, are also distinguished by their suffixes. Adjectives are commonly designated by endings like -ous, -ful, -ish, and -able.
II) Words that modify verbs are called adverbs. The majority of them end in -ly. In certain cases, an adverb that modifies an adjective or another adverb comes before that adjective or adverb.