How is the word ‘AS’ used in a sentence?

How is the word ‘AS’ used in a sentence?

1 ‘AS’ is mostly used as a subordinating conjunction. Therefore a clause will follow. (CSA)

3 ‘As’ is used a little less as a preposition. Therefore, a noun phrase will follow. (II)

5 (II22)

6 ‘AS’ is less frequently also used as an adverb of degree. (RG)

It is often followed by an adjective or adverb that it modifies.

1 AS (RG) MUCH (DA1) AS (CSA) 609380

3 AS (RG) GOOD (JJ) AS (CSA) 171336
4 AS (RG) SOON (RR) AS (CSA) 149216
5 AS (RG) MANY (DA2) AS (CSA) 105741
6 AS (RG) SIMPLE (JJ) AS (CSA) 99704
7 AS (RG) WELL (RR) AS (CSA) 99401
8 AS (RG) EARLY (RR_JJ) AS (CSA) 88971
9 AS (RG) QUICKLY (RR) AS (CSA) 83857
10 AS (RG) HIGH (JJ_RR@) AS (CSA) 79879
11 AS (RG) LITTLE (DA1) AS (CSA) 76996
12 AS (RG) FAST (RR_JJ) AS (CSA) 75149
13 AS (RG) LOW (JJ_RR@) AS (CSA) 67402
14 AS (RG) EASY (JJ_RR@) AS (CSA) 62682
15 AS (RG) OFTEN (RR) AS (CSA) 52405
16 AS (RG) IMPORTANT (JJ) AS (CSA) 52218
17 AS (RG) BAD (JJ) AS (CSA) 48786
18 AS (RG) HARD (RR_JJ) AS (CSA) 39047
19 AS (RG) CLOSE (JJ_RR@) AS (CSA) 32885
20 AS (RG) BIG (JJ) AS (CSA) 29135
21 AS (RG) MUCH (DA1) OF (IO) 28946
22 AS (RG) STRONG (JJ) AS (CSA) 25874
23 AS (RG) LARGE (JJ) AS (CSA) 23248
24 AS (RG) LONG (RR) AS (CSA) 23011
25 AS (RG) SMALL (JJ) AS (CSA) 19837
26 AS (RG) EFFECTIVE (JJ) AS (CSA) 18635
27 AS (RG@) MUCH (DA1) OF (IO) 17393

29 AS (RG) YOUNG (JJ) AS (CSA) 17234
30 AS (RG) LATE (RR_JJ) AS (CSA) 16687
31 AS (RG) CLOSE (RR_JJ) TO (II) 16507
32 AS (RG) GREAT (JJ) AS (CSA) 15655
33 AS (RG) RECENTLY (RR) AS (CSA) 15566
34 AS (RG) LIKELY (JJ) TO (TO) 15552

36 AS (RG) MUCH (DA1) TIME (NNT1) 14979
37 AS (RG) DIVERSE (JJ) AS (CSA) 14554
38 AS (RG) MUCH (DA1) INFORMATION (NN1) 14514
39 AS (RG) FAR (RR) AS (CSA) 14332
40 AS (RG) OLD (JJ) AS (CSA) 14290
41 AS (RG) MANY (DA2) PEOPLE (NN) 13124
42 AS (RG) EASILY (RR) AS (CSA) 12357
43 AS (RG) FAR (RR) AWAY (RL) 11590
44 AS (RG) SMOOTH (JJ) AS (CSA) 10849
45 AS (RG) POWERFUL (JJ) AS (CSA) 9851
46 AS (RG) FEW (DA2) AS (CSA) 9767
47 AS (RG) ACCURATE (JJ) AS (CSA) 9658
48 AS (RG) MUCH (DA1) MONEY (NN1) 9642
49 AS (RG) COMFORTABLE (JJ) AS (CSA) 9622
50 AS (RG) MUCH (RR) A (AT1) 9515
51 AS (RG) SHORT (JJ_RR@) AS (CSA) 9349
52 AS (RG@) EASY (JJ) TO (TO) 9123
53 AS (RG) DIFFICULT (JJ) AS (CSA) 9009
54 AS (RG) POPULAR (JJ) AS (CSA) 8916
55 AS (RG) QUICK (JJ_RR@) AS (CSA) 8865
56 AS (RG) GOOD (JJ) . (.) 8850
57 AS (RG) SAFE (JJ) AS (CSA) 8588
58 AS (RG) BEAUTIFUL (JJ) AS (CSA) 8509
59 AS (RG@) MANY (DA2) OF (IO) 8282
60 AS (RG) NICE (JJ_RR@) AS (CSA) 8246
61 AS (RG) MUCH (DA1_RR) ABOUT (II) 8209
62 AS (RG) GOOD (JJ_RR%) A (AT1) 8043
63 AS (RG@) MUCH (DA1_RR) . (.) 7834

65 AS (RG@) MANY (DA2) PEOPLE (NN) 7706
66 AS (RG) CLEAR (JJ_RR@) AS (CSA) 7632
67 AS (RG) DEEP (RR_JJ) AS (CSA) 7615

69 AS (RG) CLOSELY (RR) AS (CSA) 7435
70 AS (RG@) CLOSE (JJ) TO (II) 7309
71 AS (RG) MUCH (DA1) FUN (NN1_JJ) 7258

73 AS (RG) EFFICIENTLY (RR) AS (CSA) 6872
74 AS (RG) MUCH (DA1) OR (CC) 6713
75 AS (RG) SUCCESSFUL (JJ) AS (CSA) 6701
76 AS (RG) BEST (RRT) I (PPIS1) 6690
77 AS (RG) EFFICIENT (JJ) AS (CSA) 6684

79 AS (RG) TALL (JJ) AS (CSA) 6547
80 AS (RG) COOL (JJ_RR@) AS (CSA) 6478
81 AS (RG@) MUCH (RR) A (AT1) 6345
82 AS (RG) COMMON (JJ) AS (CSA) 6290
83 AS (RG) FUN (JJ) AS (CSA) 6189
84 AS (RG) VARIED (JJ) AS (CSA) 6150
85 AS (RG) SMOOTHLY (RR) AS (CSA) 6137
86 AS (RG@) WELL (JJ) . (.) 6105

89 AS (RG) CHEAP (JJ) AS (CSA) 5983

91 AS (RG) HEALTHY (JJ) AS (CSA) 5889
92 AS (RG) IMPRESSIVE (JJ) AS (CSA) 5856
93 AS (RG) BRIGHT (JJ) AS (CSA) 5841
94 AS (RG) EXCITING (JJ) AS (CSA) 5795
95 AS (RG) WIDE (JJ_RR@) AS (CSA) 5691
96 AS (RG) HOT (JJ) AS (CSA) 5674
97 AS (RG) MANY (DA2) OF (IO) 5656

99 AS (RG) THICK (JJ_RR@) AS (CSA) 5573
100 AS (RG) LOUD (RR_JJ) AS (CSA) 5562

7 AS (II31) 3479322
8 AS (II33) 3252152

11 AS (CS33) 1713983
12 AS (CS31) 1713954
13 AS (II21) 1342676

18 AS (CS21) 808698

21 AS (RR21) 569752

29 AS (BCL22) 117153

31 AS (CS22) 78836

33 AS (RR33) 38499

36 AS (RR31) 32309

40 AS (CS44) 16393

43 AS (CS42) 4726

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