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[SOLVED] Correct position of "only"

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[SOLVED] Inversion in "only [adverb] have they"

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[SOLVED] What exactly is an "adverb"?

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[SOLVED] Should an adverb go before or after a verb?

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[SOLVED] Are the rules regarding absolute modifiers too absolute?

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[SOLVED] As quick as we can?

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[SOLVED] Subject-auxiliary inversions not associated with questions

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[SOLVED] Which is correct: "drive safe" or "drive safely"?

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[SOLVED] What is the difference between "good" and "well"

  • 2010-11-17 14:37:58
  • Anderson Silva
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  • Tags:   adjectives adverbs

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[SOLVED] Is it correct to say "I kindly request you to..."?

  • 2012-12-31 14:30:37
  • Thale
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  • Tags:   adverbs politeness

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[SOLVED] Where to place 'only' relative to prepositions?

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[SOLVED] Can "real" be used as an adverb to describe an adjective?

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[SOLVED] A relative adverb or a conjunction or both?

  • 2014-04-09 13:40:51
  • Prasad Shrivatsa
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  • Tags:   adverbs conjunctions

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[SOLVED] "I feel bad for you" versus "I feel badly for you"

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[SOLVED] "Above"/"below" before/after a noun

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[SOLVED] Use of a semicolon before and comma after "however"

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[SOLVED] What part of speech does “here” have in “I am here”?

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[SOLVED] How do you call..? vs. What do you call...?

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[SOLVED] What's the deal with "thank you kindly"?

  • 2012-01-24 01:28:08
  • Daniel
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  • Tags:   adverbs politeness

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[SOLVED] Classification - There is/are

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[SOLVED] What is the difference between "owing to" and "due to"?

  • 2011-01-27 17:59:10
  • user4240
  • 95249 View
  • 17 Score
  • 6 Answer
  • Tags:   adjectives adverbs

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[SOLVED] position of "only"

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[SOLVED] When should "farther" and "further" be used?

  • 2010-10-26 22:00:17
  • Brian Sullivan
  • 7761 View
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  • Tags:   differences adverbs

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[SOLVED] Forward vs Forwards

  • 2010-10-10 22:55:06
  • waiwai933
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  • 27 Score
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  • Tags:   adverbs

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[SOLVED] How common is "thrice"?

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[SOLVED] "He acted strange(ly?)"