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An adverb is a word that modifies an adjective, adverb, phrase, or sentence, expressing some relation of manner, or quality.

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OP: "He will end up dead". Does the word "dead" denote an adverb here?
asked Sep 26 '15 by 오준수
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"It's not that easy" / "I don't play Facebook that much" vs "It's not easy" / "I don't play Facebook much" What's the difference??
asked Sep 11 '15 by 오준수
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OP: "Mother dished the food up straight out of the saucepan" I only know what "straight out" means. It means FRANKLY or DIRECTLY. But when it adds "of" behind it, I just cannot figure out what do …
asked Aug 23 '15 by 오준수
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Example: I just realize why you hate me
asked Sep 18 '15 by 오준수
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Does it have Missing word In the following sentence? If I were, would I have shooting pains up and down my left arm? I consider up and down an adverbial, but in this sentence it's more like a pr …
asked Aug 13 '15 by 오준수