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thanks CJ.. Emotion: smile

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dynamic adverbs are things like "vigorously" that can apply to a dynamic verb
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Anonymousdynamic adverbs are things like "vigorously" that can apply to a dynamic verb
Is that your own idea, or did you read it somewhere?

stative adverbs are adjectives

it means after stative verbs you should use adjectives instead adverbs

she looks serious (not seriously)

She is in the class.

The phrase in the class is a stative adverb not modifying anything and specifying location hence an adverb of place.

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anonymous

She is in the class.

The phrase in the class is a stative adverb not modifying anything and specifying location hence an adverb of place.

The preposition phrase "in the class" is syntactically obligatory with the verb "be" and hence can only be a (locative) complement, not an adjunct of place.

Obligatory elements are always complements: they are needed to complete the verb phrase. Adjuncts are always optional.

Anne is at home.

We are in the class.

At home and in the class do not modify anything,although they show a place i.e looks like adverb of places...so can we call them stative adverbs asthey are also not adjuncts..!!