Adjective Or Verb?
1) Two people were seriously injured in the accident. 2) The meeting was very...
Help With Collocations, Please
This fine morning I'm working on the e-learning project on studies skills for Doctoral...
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Ad[Verbs/Jectives]
The instructor of the poetry seminar I'm currently attending is of the opinion that...
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Confusion Over Adverbs
On television a few moments ago was a sentence that I thought interesting enough...
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He Felt Afraid (How The Heck Is Afraid...
I just looked up "afraid" in the Cambridge dictionary. It insists afraid is an "adjective...
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Adverb Or Adjective?
A: "This food is hot!" B: Is the food spicy hot or hot hot? Are spicy and the first...
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What English Word Can Be Any Part Of Speech...
There is a four-letter English word that can be a noun, verb, adjective, adverb,...
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Adverb And Verb Position
Hello, I have a question about the correct position of the adverb in a sentence,...
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Can't Figure Out Part Of Speech
Here are two examples where I can't figure out the part of speech. The man sucked...
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Adjective/Adverb
Dear people, here's a question from Old Europe. I saw this first in the movie "Blues...
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Infinitives/ Bare Infinitives?
The woman seemed to have been crying . Infinitives function as nouns, adjectives...
Clasuse Type Help, Please.
Hi, 'Most woman looked at him twice, regardless of whether he was single or...
"Even My Father Can Do?
"Even my father can do that." According to dictionaries "even" is an adverb in the...
Adjective Or Adverb?
Hi teachers, She was late for class. Is late an adverb? If yes, the question...
Why Are The Words In The Following Sentences...
Here are three sentences from my Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary : 1) The...
Nouns,Adverbs Or Adjectives ?
Those words like Tommorow,Yesterday,Today,Next week is adjective,verb,noun or adverb...
Ordinarily, Temporarily, Momentarily
I am somewhat confused about the proper British pronunciation of words like "ordinarily...
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Is This An Adverb Phrase Or Clause?
Dora ran as quickly as she could up the stairs. Hi, I think the words in bold...
It's Really An Adverb ..
It seems to be, but maybe I'm wrong that 'really' gets used a lot as an adjective...
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Word Pairings
More than once someone has used a particular adjective-noun pair (and less commonly...
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