“Sugoi” has a kanji form but it doesn’t seem to get used nearly as often as just writing the word out in hiragana.
すごい = amazing
静か = しずか = quiet
物 = もの = thing
Blue: Adverbs can also be used to describe adjectives and other adverbs.
Yellow: The incredibly quick fox.
Blue: A useful adverb for describing adjectives is “すごく”. It means “very”, “extremely” or “incredibly”.
Blue: But try not to overuse it in business situations.
Blue: Here’s an example: 図書館はすごく静かです
Yellow: The library is very quiet?
Blue: That’s right. Now it’s your turn.
Yellow: すごく すごい物 は すごいです.
Blue: You could try adding a little variety to your sentence.
Yellow: We’re studying grammar, not vocab.