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the word class that qualifies verbs or clauses

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Some empirical facts support the contention that, even in cases like (19c)--which hides an interesting ambiguity briefly described below -, the adverb is still merged in the extended projection of the verb and does not enter the derivation as an adjunct of the DP.
In one reading, the adverb in (c) may only modify the DP (as seen by the paraphrase in (19c'), below).
The adverb form must be used to modify an adjective, as in the next sentence:
The risotto was really tasty, [correct; the adverb really modifies the adjective tasty]
Just as of course in the examples cited above, the adverb certainly can be used to mark power and superiority as well.
7) Remarkably, the greatest accumulation of evidently was found in the transcript from the last day of the libel trial, documenting the closing statements of the litigant parties, unlike the cross-examination data, where the adverb was used rather sparingly.
If the conjunctive adverb occurs at the beginning of the sentence or clause, it should be set off with a comma:
Use a semicolon and a comma if the conjunctive adverb or adverbial phrase is linking 2 independent clauses:
Explanations of any 'a-' words in adjectival functions (predicative position, attributive position and/or in postpositive position) and in adverbial functions (adverbial, premodifier in adjective, adverb and prepositional phrases) are available in the literature and confirm their status as belonging to either one or the other, but not as members of the categorial space between adjectives and adverbs according to their common morphology, syntax or semantics (cf.
and which is considered of special interest for its relevance in the association between morphological class and syntactic function or, in general, in the description of the word-classes adjective and adverb.
Given this state of the art, the aim of this article is to offer an exhaustive description of adverb formation in Old English as well as an explanation of the derivational processes that turn out adverbs in Old English, namely zero derivation, conversion, affixation and compounding.
Each pair is asked to perform their adverb in a certain style.
This complexity is due to the syntactical and semantic behavior of the adverb which is determined by its position in the sentence.
Section 3 is devoted to the Adverb, and pays special attention to the semantic properties of deixis and reference in time and place adverbs that may be predicative.
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