How would you identify an adverb in a sentence?
It is difficult to tell by the presence of a word that it is an adverb. In reality, a similar word might be a verb modifier in one sentence and an alternate grammatical form, for example, a noun or adjective, in another sentence. The main way writers can perceive an intensifier is by the work the adverb does in a sentence.
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