There is also a lot of gray area between what is an adjective and an adverb in English:
Example: How are you today? Good or well? Purists would insist on the the adverb: I'm well today. But more commonly used is the adjective: I'm good today.
Another example is the old Apple catchphrase: "Think different." They (perhaps purposely) used an adjective when grammatically an adverb would seem more fitting.
Blurred lines, gray area on the adjective/adverb front in both languages.
Hello, can you please give me a better explanation? What is the difference between those:
Çabuk dışara çık
Çabuk dışarıya çık
Çabuk dışarı çık
And please break down these sentences so I can understand how they were made and why they were made like this and in which situations can they be used?