" There will be many tired and stressed drivers on the road. So you NEED TO BE EXTRA CAREFUL " Why not write - "so you need extra careful"???


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  • Oh! sorry, it is " stressed driver" – Tra Bui Aug 13 at 15:09
  • careful is an adjective, so “you need extra careful” does not mean anything. “to be careful” means “to take care”. “to need” + noun/pronoun/(to+verb) are correct uses of “need”. – hugo Aug 13 at 15:21
  • This sounds like a question about elementary English grammar. You should ask first on ell.stackexchange.com – Mitch Aug 13 at 15:22
  • THANK YOU ALL!! – Tra Bui Aug 13 at 15:23

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