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really | so | quite + ADJECTIVE

Point 32 in the category of ADJECTIVES/modifying: adverbs of degree (‘really’, ‘so’, ‘quite’) with an increasing range of common gradable adjectives. PELIC STUDENT EXAMPLE: I was so hungry, so I ate two sandwiches. Korean male level 2 writing class. An iWeb search for: really|so|quite _JJ 1 REALLY GOOD 291861 2 SO GOOD 182087 3 SO EASY 127227 4 SO IMPORTANT 102790 5 SO …

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FAR

1 FAR (RR) 1578722 3 FAR (RG) 571418 4 FAR (CS32) 498039 5 FAR (JJ) 184065 6 BY  FAR (RR22) 177881 8 FAR (RG21) 61815 9 FAR (JJ21) 21441 10 FAR (CS43) 11667 13 FAR (RL) 2966 15 FAR (RR42) 1674

RATHER

1 RATHER (II21) 956100 2 RATHER (RG) 529786 ‘Rather’ as a degree adverb usually modifies an adjective. 1 BUT (CCB) RATHER (RG_RR@) A (AT1) 22044 2 A (AT1) RATHER (RG) LARGE (JJ) 7161 3 BUT (CCB) RATHER (RG_RR@) AN (AT1) 4810 4 IS (VBZ) RATHER (RG) A (AT1) 2921 5 , (,) RATHER (RG_RR@) A …

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AROUND

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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SO MUCH

1 SO (RG) MUCH (DA1) 80 3 SO (RG) MUCH (RR) 5 If you can’t decide if ‘much’ a singular after determiner or just a regular adverb, go with probabilty.

OVER

I_PPIS1 go_VV0 over_RP the_AT bridge_NN1 ._. (if lexical verb before then ‘over’ is a particle, regardless if followed by a noun or prepositional phrase) I_PPIS1 go_VV0 over_RP for_IF lunch_NN1 ._. I_PPIS1 go_VV0 over_RP ._. (But if the verb ‘BE’ precedes ‘over’, and it followed by a noun phrase, then it is a preposition.) I_PPIS1 am_VBM …

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almost all & very few

Point 51 in the category of adverbs/phrases is defined as: degree adverbs (‘almost’, ‘very’) to modify determiners. Adverbs phrases can be put together with degree adverbs such as “almost” and “very” to modify determiners, such as “all” and “few”. *.[RR] *.[DB] After removing a few unrelated results to the intention of finding degrees, the search …

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