It turns adjectives into adverbs.
Is it always से, or do other words have this function depending on the adjective? (i.e. just like depending on the noun/meaning से/पर/में is correct and another could/would be wrong.)
"Good from read."
My brain is melting.
Well in English the direction of 'from' is different, so this is like 'from-good read', read good, read well.
Is this the same as ठीक से पढ़ो
When do you place an adjective before or after a noun in Hindi?
If se was not there, the sentence will be not complete "read properly"
"Study well" was accepted.