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And How

And How (adverb)-  very much so, used to express strong agreement 119 more words

Idioms

The Garlic Plight: Less is More (The Self-Editing Guide Part 9)

Imagine you are making your favorite dish for someone really special. There’s this certain ingredient called for in the recipe (let’s say garlic) that just sets off the meal. 1,301 more words

Education

Where to park your adverbs

Qual’è il posto giusto per gli avverbi in inglese?

L’argomento è abbastanza vasto e, al solito, non ci sono regole ferree alle quali aggrapparsi ma soltanto delle linee guida. 1,137 more words

Intermediate

Pell-mell

noun. a confused, jumbled mess; disordered haste.

adjective. confused, overhasty; rash.

adverb. in a recklessly hurried manner.

Nouns

What's wrong with adverbs?

On the surface, there’s nothing wrong with adverbs. An adverb is a word that modifies or describes another word in your sentence—usually verbs, other adverbs, or adjectives. 600 more words

Editing

Golf Swing

Adverb Writing Challenge: Max 100 words (excluding name and title).

Golf Swing

by Gavin Biddlecombe

Gripping the club tightly between incredibly tired, sweaty hands Joe stood eagerly over the tiny, pimply white ball hidden snuggly in the long grass. 145 more words

Fiction