We use conjunction to link words, phrases and clauses within the same sentence. It is a word that connects parts of a sentence.
Substantive Adjective - 實名詞
Just as nouns can function like adjectives, some adjectives may function as nouns (substantive, 實名詞). Generally, adjectives that function as substantive are ones that apply to people or things and are preceded by a definite article, such as “the rich and the poor”. In this case, the adjective functions as a noun rather than modifying one.
Sense verbs are verbs (such as feel, taste, smell, hear, see, watch, sense, listen to, sound, look, appear, and seem) that describe someone's sensation or feeling or perception. Unlike other verbs, they require adjective, not adverb, modifiers.
The rotisserie chicken tastes awfully. (X)
A phrasal verb is a combination of a verb and an adverb (Particle verb, verb + adverb), a verb and a preposition (prepositional verb, verb + preposition), or a verb with both an adverb and a preposition (phrasal-prepositional verb, verb + adverb + preposition) that modifies or changes the meaning from the original verb.
Intransitive (verb that does not have an object) + Adverb