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adverb + determiner

Here are a few examples of determiners premodified by intensifiers. There are hardly any phone booths left in this city.   TLC male India B1 We have nearly all the big automobile companies. TLC male India, B1   It took me virtually no time at all. Listen to this expert example B1 point 48 in the category of DETERMINERS/quantity is defined as: modify determiners with adverbs. There is clashing information in the English Grammar Profile.  The example …

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Not + everyone | everything | every | all

Point 26 in the category of NEGATION is defined as: ‘not’ with indefinite pronouns ‘everyone’ and ‘everything’ and determiners ‘every’, ‘all’ For example: Not everyone is always looking for easier. (more context) Besides, not everyone needs a decent education. (more context) PELIC student example: level 3 Portugese female: Finally, not all things you think to do in this world can turn out in the way you try to do them. A search in iWeb corpus for: …

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JUST

1 The word ‘JUST’ is most often a general adverb. (RR) 4 JUST ABOUT The intensifying phrase ‘just about‘ premodifies the determiner ‘every’ in the following sentence: Just about every person came. (RR21) 350827 5  However, ‘JUST’ can also be an adjective. (JJ)