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5.168: Adverb within a verb phrase
Paragraph 5.168: Adverb within a verb phrase from the Chicago Manual of Style
Online. ... 5.168 Adverb within a verb phrase. When an adverb ...

5.153: Adverbs defined
... An adverb is a word that qualifies, limits, describes, or modifies a verb, an adjective,
or another adverb {she studied constantly} (constantly qualifies the ...

5.157: Simple and flat adverbs
... 5.157 Simple and flat adverbs. A simple adverb is a single word that qualifies
a single part of speech {hardly} {now} {deep}. A flat ...

[PDF] Hyphenation Table
... Closed in noun, adjective, and adverb forms unless three direc- tions are combined,
in which case a hyphen is used after the first. When from . . . ...

5.165: Placement of adverbs
... 5.165 Placement of adverbs. The adverb should generally be placed as near as
possible to the word it is intended to modify. For example ...

5.180: Prepositions and functional variation
... object. A word such as above, behind, below, by, down, in, off, on, or
up can be used as either an adverb or a preposition. When ...

5.158: Phrasal and compound adverbs
... A phrasal adverb consists of two or more words that function together as
an adverb {in the meantime} {for a while} {here and there}. ...

5.156: Adverbs distinguished from adjectives
... Unlike an adjective, an adverb doesn’t modify a noun or pronoun {we made an early
start and arrived at the airport early} (the first early is an adjective ...

5.109: Participial phrases
... It can be used (1) as an adjective to modify a noun or pronoun {nailed to the roof,
the slate stopped the leaks} or (2) as an adverb to modify the predicate ...

5.210: Interjections and functional variation
... Some examples are Good! (adjective); Idiot! (noun); Help! (verb); Indeed! (adverb);
Dear me! (pronoun); If only! (conjunction); How wonderful! (adverb). ...

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