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NEITHER

1 NEITHER (RR) 2 NEITHER (DD1) NEITHER_DD1 \w+_(IO|NN|VM)\w* NEITHER_RR \w+_(A|II|J|VD|VH|R)\w* 2 . (.) NEITHER (DD1) OF (IO) 12729 3 . (.) NEITHER (RR) THE (AT) 6817 4 , (,) NEITHER (RR) THE (AT) 6661 5 . (.) NEITHER (DD1) IS (VBZ) 5788 6 IS (VBZ) NEITHER (RR) A (AT1) 4750 8 AND (CC) NEITHER (DD1) […]

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OFF

1  (RP) ‘off’ is an adverb particle most often and often appears followed by punctuation, a preposition or conjunction. 4 OFF (II) 1161417   PHRASES: 5 OFF of (II21) 6 ‘OFF’ is found as an adjective before a noun.  ‘off season’.  (JJ%)  8 OFF (JJ22) 31880 11 OFF (RR21) 15526 1 IT (PPH1) OFF (RP) […]

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LIKELY

‘likely’ can be used as a general adverb.  It is often found between a modal verb and its infinitve. 1 WILL (VM) LIKELY (RR@) BE (VBI) 59539 2 MOST (RGT) LIKELY (RR@) BE (VBI) 25507 3 WOULD (VM) LIKELY (RR@) BE (VBI) 17846 4 WILL (VM) LIKELY (RR@) HAVE (VHI) 13126 7 WOULD (VM) LIKELY […]

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INSIDE

1 INSIDE (II) ‘Inside’ is a preposition before a noun phrase. 2  (RL) ‘Inside’ is a locative adverb before a conjunction, punctuation, a verb or there_EX. 1 BOTH (RR) INSIDE (RL) AND (CC) OUTSIDE (II) 5565 2 , (,) INSIDE (RL) AND (CC) OUT (RP) 3946 3 . (.) INSIDE (RL) , (,) THE (AT) […]

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past + singular noun

It is very possible to have a noun after a past participle. 1 TAKEN (VVN) PLACE (NN1) 57019 2 TAKEN (VVN) CARE (NN1) 52472 3 TAKEN (VVN) ADVANTAGE (NN1) 15507 4 MADE (VVN) PUBLIC (NN1_JJ_RR@) 14502 5 ELECTED (VVN_JJ@) PRESIDENT (NN1) 10852 6 TAKEN (VVN) PART (NN1) 9235 7 BUILT (VVN) ENVIRONMENT (NN1) 7734 8 […]

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WAY

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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