Adverb sentence example

adverb
  • The adverb usually follows the verb.
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  • An adverb may precede the verb.
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  • A prepositional phrase functions as an adjective or adverb.
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  • Letting someone know you like them a lot just adds the adverb onto the verb.
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  • Bien is an adverb and so it will always modify a verb in lieu of a noun.
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  • adverb in the box provided.
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  • More generally, pertaining to place: allí is a locative adverb.
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  • So the parser will create tokens for the following elements: The verb (GIVE ), modified by an adverb (QUICKLY ).
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  • Type in only the relevant adverb in the box provided.
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  • We could, therefore, abstract the variable from the feature in the adverb phrase rather than the adverb phrase rather than the adverb.
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  • The notable examples are: so RR (general adverb, as in ' so you think you're clever, do you?
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  • locative adverb.
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  • In the order of the sentence the substantive precedes the adjective and the verb stands last; the object and the adverb precede the verb, and the genitive precedes the noun on which it depends - this contrasts with the order in the isolating Chinese, where the order is subject, verb, object.
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  • In a simple sentence the usual order of words is the following:- verb, subject, object, adverb; as prynodd Dafydd lyfr yno, " David bought a book there."
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  • The teacher asked us to underline the adverb we used in each sentence.
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  • Is it an adverb, modifying the verbal adjective?
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  • adverb particle, e.g. up, off, out.
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  • Byatt seldom meets an adjective or adverb she doesn't like, and the result is often risible rather than revelatory.
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  • Paul actually used an adverb which means " rightly, justly, properly.
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  • Navarrese-Aragonese makes use of the adverb en as a pronoun: no les en daren pas, non hi ha.
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  • Byatt seldom meets an adjective or adverb she does n't like, and the result is often risible rather than revelatory.
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  • My editor circled every adverb in my article and told me they were overused.
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  • Perhaps I should add the adverb " seriously " to that statement.
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  • Pidgins differ from creoles in that the former are no one's native language. place see adverb.
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  • Note, additionally, the use of about as a degree adverb.
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  • For instance, " The boy hit the ball " contains three descriptive holes: " The adjective boy adverb hit the adjective ball.
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  • The word I focus on in the example is away, which has been traditionally called a directional adverb.
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