VERB + general ADVERB + ‘a’

VERB + general ADVERB + ‘a’

1 IS (VBZ) ALSO (RR) A (AT1) 431112
2 IS (VBZ) JUST (RR) A (AT1) 186187
3 IS (VBZ) STILL (RR) A (AT1) 126059
4 IS (VBZ) ALWAYS (RR) A (AT1) 99232
5 WAS (VBDZ) ALSO (RR) A (AT1) 98531
6 ‘S (VBZ) JUST (RR) A (AT1) 96851
7 ‘S (VBZ) ALSO (RR) A (AT1) 92937
8 IS (VBZ) ALSO (RR) AN (AT1) 89131
9 ARE (VBR) JUST (RR) A (AT1) 89127
10 WAS (VBDZ) JUST (RR) A (AT1) 85186
11 IS (VBZ) ACTUALLY (RR) A (AT1) 76468
12 ARE (VBR) ALSO (RR) A (AT1) 55696
13 IS (VBZ) DEFINITELY (RR) A (AT1) 43628
14 ‘S (VBZ) STILL (RR) A (AT1) 41525
15 IS (VBZ) SIMPLY (RR) A (AT1) 40770
16 IS (VBZ) OFTEN (RR) A (AT1) 39470
17 IS (VBZ) USUALLY (RR) A (AT1) 39006
18 IS (VBZ) REALLY (RR) A (AT1) 37672
19 IS (VBZ) PROBABLY (RR) A (AT1) 30028
20 IS (VBZ) BASICALLY (RR) A (AT1) 29999
21 ‘S (VBZ) ALWAYS (RR) A (AT1) 29517
22 WAS (VBDZ) STILL (RR) A (AT1) 29473
23 IS (VBZ) ESSENTIALLY (RR) A (AT1) 28762
24 ARE (VBR) STILL (RR) A (AT1) 26832
25 IS (VBZ) TRULY (RR) A (AT1) 26551
26 IS (VBZ) CURRENTLY (RR) A (AT1) 26030
27 IS (VBZ) JUST (RR) AN (AT1) 25505
28 WAS (VBDZ) ONCE (RR) A (AT1) 24459
29 IS (VBZ) CERTAINLY (RR) A (AT1) 23403
30 IS (VBZ) ALREADY (RR) A (AT1) 23297
31 WAS (VBDZ) ALWAYS (RR) A (AT1) 22045
32 IS (VBZ) INDEED (RR) A (AT1) 20343
33 WAS (VBDZ) ACTUALLY (RR) A (AT1) 20136
34 IS (VBZ) BOTH (RR) A (AT1) 19552
35 IS (VBZ) NEVER (RR) A (AT1) 19525
36 WAS (VBDZ) NEVER (RR) A (AT1) 19058
37 IS (VBZ) STILL (RR) AN (AT1) 18909
38 WAS (VBDZ) ALSO (RR) AN (AT1) 17678
39 ARE (VBR) ALWAYS (RR) A (AT1) 15767
40 ‘S (VBZ) ACTUALLY (RR) A (AT1) 15412
41 IS (VBZ) CLEARLY (RR) A (AT1) 15054
42 ‘S (VBZ) ALSO (RR) AN (AT1) 14799
43 IS (VBZ) MERELY (RR) A (AT1) 14077
44 BE (VBI) JUST (RR) A (AT1) 13869
45 IS (VBZ) EVEN (RR) A (AT1) 13610
46 IS (VBZ) WHEN (RRQ_CS) A (AT1) 13483
47 ‘S (VBZ) DEFINITELY (RR) A (AT1) 12944
48 ‘S (VBZ) PROBABLY (RR) A (AT1) 12919
49 ‘S (VBZ) REALLY (RR) A (AT1) 12767
50 IS (VBZ) OBVIOUSLY (RR) A (AT1) 12497
51 IS (VBZ) GENERALLY (RR) A (AT1) 12463
52 IS (VBZ) ALWAYS (RR) AN (AT1) 12358
53 ‘S (VBZ) EVEN (RR) A (AT1) 11848
54 WAS (VBDZ) DEFINITELY (RR) A (AT1) 11712
55 HAPPENS (VVZ) WHEN (RRQ_CS) A (AT1) 11545
56 IS (VBZ) ALMOST (RR) A (AT1) 11479
57 OCCURS (VVZ) WHEN (RRQ_CS) A (AT1) 11345
58 WAS (VBDZ) ALREADY (RR) A (AT1) 11036
59 WAS (VBDZ) JUST (RR) AN (AT1) 10921
60 IS (VBZ) ACTUALLY (RR) AN (AT1) 10909
61 AM (VBM) ALSO (RR) A (AT1) 10907
62 IS (VBZ) EITHER (RR) A (AT1) 10687
63 ‘S (VBZ) JUST (RR) AN (AT1) 10409
64 IS (VBZ) WHERE (RRQ_CS) A (AT1) 10332
65 WAS (VBDZ) REALLY (RR) A (AT1) 10315
66 WAS (VBDZ) PROBABLY (RR) A (AT1) 10018
67 WAS (VBDZ) ORIGINALLY (RR) A (AT1) 9936
68 NAME (VVI) JUST (RR) A (AT1) 9793
69 IS (VBZ) PRIMARILY (RR) A (AT1) 9355
70 IS (VBZ) TYPICALLY (RR) A (AT1) 9328
71 IS (VBZ) MORE (RRR) A (AT1) 8908
72 ‘M (VBM) JUST (RR) A (AT1) 8793
73 WERE (VBDR) JUST (RR) A (AT1) 8768
74 SEE (VVI) HOW (RRQ) A (AT1) 8384
75 WAS (VBDZ) EVEN (RR) A (AT1) 8132
76 IS (VBZ) HARDLY (RR) A (AT1) 8022
77 WAS (VBDZ) SIMPLY (RR) A (AT1) 8015
78 BE (VBI) EITHER (RR) A (AT1) 7866
79 IS (VBZ) WHY (RRQ) A (AT1) 7836
80 IS (VBZ) LIKELY (RR@_JJ) A (AT1) 7794
81 ARE (VBR) ALREADY (RR) A (AT1) 7467
82 IS (VBZ) ONLY (RR) A (AT1) 7421
83 IS (VBZ) SIMPLY (RR) AN (AT1) 7374
84 IS (VBZ) DEFINITELY (RR) AN (AT1) 7362
85 ARE (VBR) ACTUALLY (RR) A (AT1) 7142
86 ARE (VBR) OFTEN (RR) A (AT1) 7087
87 ARE (VBR) ALSO (RR) AN (AT1) 6977
88 IS (VBZ) TRULY (RR) AN (AT1) 6967
89 IS (VBZ) THEREFORE (RR) A (AT1) 6894
90 ‘S (VBZ) BASICALLY (RR) A (AT1) 6844
91 IS (VBZ) REALLY (RR) AN (AT1) 6714
92 ‘RE (VBR) JUST (RR) A (AT1) 6689
93 WAS (VBDZ) INDEED (RR) A (AT1) 6466
94 IS (VBZ) OFTEN (RR) AN (AT1) 6391
95 ‘S (VBZ) USUALLY (RR) A (AT1) 6352
96 WERE (VBDR) ALSO (RR) A (AT1) 6347
97 ARE (VBR) USUALLY (RR) A (AT1) 6293
98 IS (VBZ) MOSTLY (RR) A (AT1) 6209
99 ‘S (VBZ) NEVER (RR) A (AT1) 6194
100 ‘M (VBM) ALSO (RR) A (AT1) 6127

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