Despite believing that I knew the rules behind the use of adjectives vs. adverbs in certain sentences, it feels like I could be missing some nuance somewhere.
For the sake of the question, let's use the example:
You look good today.
Translating this I would produce:
Vi aspektas bona hodiaŭ.
With the understanding that
bon- should end with the adjective ending a since it describes a quality of the pronoun vi.
But I've also seen people write:
Vi aspektas bone hodiaŭ.
And of course, I'd happily write:
Mi fartas bone.
bone is describing how I'm faring (the action), not a direct attribute of me.
So it feels like my logic above is completely wrong, and that there should be an adverb following
aspektas rather than an adjective.
Can someone provide a clearer explanation regarding the use of the adverb vs. adjective here? Which one is correct, and is there some nuance around it?