adverb or adjective form


Hi, not sure of which form to use in this sentence:

We are battling consistent high prices.

We are battling consistently high price.


Can you help?

asked Jun 02 '14 at 16:16 julie ault New member

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In the phrase 'consistently high prices', 'consistently' needs to be the adverb to modify the adjective 'high'.

We are battling consistently high prices.

link comment answered Jun 02 '14 at 17:48 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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