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First Lessons in English Grammar - Page 116
by Simon Kerl - 1874 - 168 pages
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Exercises in English parsing

John Hunter (of Uxbridge.) - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1848
...from London ; " "I went with James ;" " He resides at Richmond ; " " We are partners in trade." 6. The ADVERB modifies the meaning of a Verb, an Adjective, or another Adverb ; as, " I was truly happy ; " " You often told me ; " "I thought otherwise ; " " He did it very quickly"...
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Text-book of English Grammar: A Treatise on the Etymology and Syntax of the ...

John Hunter - English language - 1848 - 190 pages
...But those words which are generally classed as prepositions are not invariably used as such. 4. The Adverb modifies the meaning of a Verb, an Adjective, or another Adverb. "He writes legibly;" "Winter fast approaches;" are examples of verbs receiving a modification...
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English grammar and style

Richard Hiley - 1853
...he may thus perceive the difference hetween the Regular and Irregular. 6. ADVERBS. LESSON 38. 221. An Adverb modifies the meaning of a verb, an adjective, or another adverb ; as, " He writes correctly ;" " A remarkably diligent hoy ;" " He speaks \eryfluently" a. An adverh...
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A Common-School Grammar of the English Language

S. Kerl - 1866
...the subject thus: Supplied words often vary the meaning, or make the sentence clumsy. Hence the Note. RULE XIII. Adverbs. An Adverb modifies the meaning...another adverb. " The horse runs rapidly." Runs how ? " The horse runs very rapidly." How rapidly ? " The horse is very strong." How strong ? W. He spoke...
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A Common-school Grammar of the English Language

Simon Kerl - English language - 1866 - 350 pages
...Supplied words often vary the meaning, or make the sentence clumsy. Hence the Mote. BULE XIII.-Adverbs. An Adverb modifies the meaning of a verb, an adjective,...another adverb. " The horse runs rapidly." Runs how ? " The horse runs very rapidly." How rapidly ? " The horse is very strong." How strong ? W. He spoke...
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A Common-school Grammar of the English Language

Simon Kerl - English language - 1870 - 354 pages
...the subject thusSupplied words often vary the meaning, or make the sentence clumsy. Hence the Note. RULE XIII. -Adverbs. An Adverb modifies the meaning...an adjective, or another adverb. " The horse runs rapid!!/." Runs linio ? " Tho horse runs very rapidly." How rapidly ? " The horse is very strong."...
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A Common-school Grammar of the English Language

Simon Kerl - English language - 1871 - 354 pages
...has been, etc. Supplied words often vary the meaning, or make the sentence clumsy. Hence the Note. RULE XIII. Adverbs. An Adverb modifies the meaning of a verb, an adjective, or another advurb. " The horse runs rapidly." Runs how t " The horse runs very rapidly." How rapidly ? " The horse...
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A Common-school Grammar of the English Language

Simon Kerl - English language - 1872 - 354 pages
...has been, etc. Supplied words often vary the meaning, or make the seuteo.ce clumsy. Hence the Note. RULE XIII. -Adverbs. An Adverb modifies the meaning...rapidly ? " The horse is very strong." How strong ? W. He spoke clear and correct. A remarkable fine country. She dresses suitable to her means and station....
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Outlines of English grammar

David Donaldson - 1878
...gen., nom. case. V. THE ADVERB. An Adverb is a word that denotes time, place, manner, or cause. An Adverb modifies the meaning of a verb, an adjective, or another adverb; as, He writes now; stand here; be very quiet. Adverb means to a verb. It answers a question beginning...
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Elementary English Grammar, Book 2

George Lyman Kittredge, Sarah Louise Arnold - English language - 1900 - 331 pages
...concerning a person, place, or thing. EXAMPLES : runs, jumps, travels, study, dig, fly, swim, try. 5. An Adverb modifies the meaning of a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. EXAMPLES : quickly, slowly, angrily, carefully, here, up, down. 6. A Preposition shows the relation...
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