adverbial


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a word or group of words function as an adverb

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Adverbial > [Elizabeth made a notice in a careful manner / in a careful way.
Haspelmath, Martin (1997) From space to time: temporal adverbials in the world's languages.
Adverbials and adverbial clauses thus positioned separate the subject from the predicate inserting a lot of information between them.
All the nonfinite verb forms with local endings are case-marked participles or infinitives, and they are used in adverbial clauses.
s (2004) research showed that the adverbial parameter while constrained reading times.
Table 1 shows that 86,5% of the expression errors arising from missing subject were made by the female, while 13,5% of them were made by the male students; that 88,8% of the expression errors arising from missing adverbial clause of place were made by the female, while 11,2% of them were made by the male students; that 60,0% of the expression errors arising from phrase errors were made by the female, while 40,0% of them were made by the male students; and that 66,7% of the expression errors arising from subject-verb disagreement were made by the female, while 33,3% of them were made by the male students.
Adverbial conjunctives connect two complete ideas and create time gaps.
Each occurrence of the following structures was tallied and labeled 'subjunctive-related structures': 1) Structures that trigger the use of the obligatory subjunctive in nominal clauses (volitive, impossible, causative), 2) Structures that trigger the use of the variable subjunctive in nominal clauses as categorized by Ocampo (1990) (comment, doubt, negative casual, locative, modal, relative), and 3) Structures that trigger the use of the obligatory subjunctive in adverbial clauses.
In it, for example, there are no, or at most a very few, introductory adverbial clauses since an introductory adverbial clause implies a cause and effect principle in life.
These adverbs do not modify their verbs in a typically adverbial way.
The other side of this is the only annoying stylistic in a beautifully written book: the unnecessary, knowing adjective or adverbial phrase: 'unsurprisingly', 'as usual', 'predictably', 'of course', 'as always'.
Both the end of the Preamble of Paul's Letter to the Romans (1:16) and the following transition (1:17) into his analysis of the human condition are introduced by the adverbial conjunction "for" ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
Lazy writers locked into adverbial cliches write, correctly happily married, finely tuned, fatally flawed, mortally wounded and easily duped--all without the hyphen; in each case, the second half of the compound is a past participle.
In demonstrating his methodology, Dalrymple discusses other stock terms, which, although excluded by form from the catalogue, supplement the romances' pious flavour; these include laconic benedictions ('God mot zow se') and formulae that omit the relative clause ('Iesu omnipotent') or are made up of adverbial sub-clauses ('Jhesu, as [thorn]u deet on [thorn]e rode').