Category: adverbs


The word ‘way’ is almost always a noun, but sometimes it can be an adverb. 1 WAY (NN1) 13013801 4 WAY (II32) 83960 5 WAY (RR22) 78449 6 WAY (RR%) 53219 The word ‘way’ is usually a general adverb before many types of adverbs, and adjectives. (RG)(RGR)(RRR)(RP)(JJ)(JJR) There are also adverb phrases such as: ‘half […]

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1 AROUND (II) 2642412 2 AROUND (RP) 2001519 1 BEEN (VBN) AROUND (RP) FOR (IF) 57254 2 WAY (NN1) AROUND (RP) . (.) 26838 3 TIME (NNT1) AROUND (RP) . (.) 23802 4 TIME (NNT1) AROUND (RP) , (,) 22216 5 PLAY (VVI) AROUND (RP) WITH (IW) 20354 6 PLAYING (VVG) AROUND (RP) WITH (IW) […]

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The word ‘across’ is most often a preposition.  It can also be a locative adverb or adverb particle. 1 (II) As a preposition, ‘across’ precedes a noun phrase.  Obviously the next word will most often be an article. 1 FROM (II) ACROSS (II_RL@) THE (AT) 76123 2 AND (CC) ACROSS (II) THE (AT) 29899 3 […]

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