Questions tagged with adverb

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adverb or adjective
We use a phrase at our church: We are ordinary people who have discovered the extraordinary good news that..... The ...
Adverb or adjective 0 votes, asked Aug 17 by Doug Ferguson
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Is "recorded timely" good grammar?
Is the phrase "recorded timely" good english grammar? Here's an example of the usage in a sentence: "All transactions should ...
Adverb grammar Usage 0 votes, asked Aug 04 by Dave W.
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Adjectives Modify Nouns: The foundation seems good.
I learned in junior high school that certain "state of being verbs" or "linking verbs" take predicate adjectives that modify ...
adjective Adverb noun Predicateadjective 0 votes, asked Jul 23 by John Odhner
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Adverb vs. Adjective
Hello! In the following sentence, is the word 'much' functioning as an adverb or an adjective? Please explain... "There is ...
Adverb adjective 0 votes, asked Jun 16 by Jayanthi
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difference between May not x Must not ?
1- You two must not eat here. 2- Must not eat here. 3- You may not eat here. 4- May ...
may must wordusage Difference Adverb 0 votes, edited Jun 15 by Lily
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Separately or separated?
I recently read a text and cam across a mistake but I can't work out if and why it is ...
Adverb present 0 votes, asked May 25 by Ryan Wheeler
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Grammatical clasification
I would like to know what "very much" is grammatically speaking. And adverb? An adjective? none? (I found it on ...
grammar adjective Adverb pronoun much 0 votes, asked May 22 by Solange
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adverb or adjective
if i describe a something and i say it looks amazingly beautiful or it looks amazing beautifully which one is ...
adjctev Adverb amazing beautiful 0 votes, asked May 16 by Abdulkarim Alnofaie
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meaning of: [subject] "substantively" [verb]
I am trying to determine which meaning is being given to the word "substantively" by the writer of the following ...
Adverb adjective +1 vote, asked Apr 23 by Chad Bennett
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Verb? Adverb surely? Or at least adjective.
I googled disquiet just now and the Google definition had this in its second entry:"verb1.make (someone) worried or uneasy."she felt ...
Adverb adverbs +1 vote, asked Jan 11 by Richie Butler
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differentiating between "more" as adjective or adverb
Is there a proper way to write the phrase "more important information" such that "more" is, without doubt, modifying "information" ...
adjective Adverb +1 vote, asked Jan 04 by Brian Zirkle
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In the sentence She is not intelligent enough, what would the adverb be and why? Also, would intelligent be a ...
Adverb 0 votes, asked Jan 04 by remya
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"unhappily" or "unhappy"
In editing a book for my friend, I changed the sentence, "[Paula is] new in town, has stress at home ...
adjective Adverb 0 votes, asked Nov 25 '15 by stephen davis
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adverb adjective confusion
the girl is beautiful - adjective the girl seems beautiful - adverb ?
Adverb adjective 0 votes, asked Nov 12 '15 by roger fitzgerald
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The bigger they come, the harder they fall. Grammatically incorrect?
We can say : The bigger they come, the harder they fall. The higher you climb, the further you fall. ...
Easier adjective Adverb +2 votes, edited Oct 21 '15 by Ian Marshall
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is this sentence correct? "Maya fet badly tha she had to chose one icecream flavor so she chose chocolate an ...
grammar pronouns Adverb adjective 0 votes, asked Oct 15 '15 by Sarah
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In "She left crying", is "crying" an adverb, adverbial or both?
In "She left crying", is "crying" an adverb, adverbial or both? I'm writing a book, and I want to use ...
Adverb adverbial 0 votes, asked Oct 11 '15 by Carl
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fast is… an adverb or adj
In the sentence, “Teresa drives her car fast,” fast is… a. an adverb. b. an adjective. c. a verb. d. ...
Adverb adjective verb preposition 0 votes, asked Aug 10 '15 by Hussain AL-Ghawi
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happy / happily
which one is grammartically right? a parents who works shorter hours but comes home unhappy / unhappily
adjective Adverb 0 votes, asked Jul 29 '15 by 예지 박
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Right or Wrong?
Is this sentence grammatically correct? Could you also suggest a better sentence? Long-pressing the Enter key takes the cursor to ...
Adverb 0 votes, edited Jun 16 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Comparative and Superlative of the adverb 'quick'
Hello there! What's the comparative and the superlative of the adverb 'quick'? As far as I know it's 'quicker and ...
comparative superlative Adverb 0 votes, edited Jun 13 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Such a fool, a pest, etc.
Hi there! Is there any difference in the meaning of the following two sentences? 1) He's a fool! 2) He's ...
such Adverb 0 votes, edited Jun 10 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Use of 'quite'
Is it correct to say 'quite hate' in a conversation like the one below: A: I like sugar products very ...
quite Adverb 0 votes, asked Jun 06 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Conjunctive adverbs.
How are conjunctive adverbs adverbs? Adverbs modifies adjectives, verbs and other adverbs, don't they? Then how does however, thus or ...
Conjunction Adverb +1 vote, asked May 21 '15 by Deep
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I am having a spirited debate over my sentence structure in a question I asked over text message.
I asked this question in a group text: "Still wanting some infused jalapeño tequila steve?" Chaos ensued. I understand that ...
noun Adverb adjective compound 0 votes, asked Feb 28 '15 by Jay B
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Preposition or adverb?
In my english textbook answer key, the word "out" in this sentence is listed as an adverb. Can someone explain ...
preposition Adverb 0 votes, asked Jan 03 '15 by Francesca
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part of speech
In the below sentence, what part of speech is the word "down"? When the older person ran near him, the ...
preposition Adverb 0 votes, asked Dec 05 '14 by Arpag
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What is the difference of a adverb and a noun prepositional phrase?
ok so I am doing a grammar page on adverbs. On the back side it's telling u 2 do these ...
PrepositionalPhrases noun Adverb 0 votes, asked Nov 18 '14 by darling fang
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Adverbs without -ly ending
Is it improper to say "the river ran swift and true"? These are adverbs that normally should be written "swiftly" ...
Adverb 0 votes, asked Jan 06 '14 by Nick Beland
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Confusing with the use of adverb or adjective ??
We say think big and there is no bigly way ,,we also say treat her good not well ,,sleep tight ...
adjective Adverb 0 votes, asked Oct 19 '13 by Sarah Saad
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