He is very strong. (修饰形容词)
I love you very much. (修饰动词)
He has finished the work completely well.(修饰副词)
注意：very作为副词使用时修饰形容词(e.g. very strong)和副词(very much)， 另外，very还可以用作形容词： e.g. The car exploded before my very eyes.(very作为形容词时是起强调的作用， 可以翻译成“就是那个，正是那个，甚至”)
Much 通常修饰动词：e.g. Things haven’t changed much; 修饰过去分词： e.g. He is much loved by his family. 修饰形容词/副词的比较级：e.g. The exam is much easier than expected. 修饰形容词/副词的最高级：e.g. The film is much the best thing he has played in.
有一些特别的副词在考试中出现的频率也是较高的：pretty(作副词是“相当”), dead(作副词是“完全地”), still(还作形容词“静止的，平静的”)
Why is the Native Language Learnt So Well *(文章难度B，C级)
How(疑问副词) does it happen that children learn their mother tongue so(程度副词) well(描述性副词)? When (连词)we compare them with adults learning a foreign language, we often(频度副词)find this interesting fact. A little child without knowledge or experience often(频度副词)succeeds in a complete mastery of the language. A grown-up person with fully (程度副词)developed mental powers, in most case, may end up (副词)with a faulty and inexact command. What accounts for this difference?
Despite other explanations, the real answer in my opinion lies partly(程度副词)in the child himself, partly(程度副词) in the behavior of the people around him. In the first place, the time of learning the mother tongue is the most (程度副词)favorable of all, namely, the first years of life. A child hears it spoken from morning till night and, what is more (程度副词)important, always (频度副词)in its genuine form, with the right pronunciation, right intonation, right use of words and right structure. He drinks in all the words and expressions, which come to him in a flash, ever-bubbling spring. There is no resistance: there is perfect assimilation.
比较级：more important/ more frequently
最高级：most favorable/ most economically
同级比较：as..as../the same..as.. /not so...as
e.g. This apple is as big as that one.
e.g. They work as hard as ever.
e.g. I study at the same school as she (does).
e.g. The idea is not so silly(愚蠢的) as it sounds.
e.g. He always thinks that he is more important than we (are).
e.g. This kind of accident happens more frequently than that kind (does).
e.g. I know you better than he. 我比他更了解你。
e.g. I know you better than him. 同他相比较， 我更了解你。
e.g. a most carefully prepared report
e.g. a most important city