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مُساهمةموضوع: adverbs   الإثنين يونيو 02, 2008 12:52 pm

6 Adverbs [ B]




The class of adverbs is subdivided into six subclasses, only two of which, degree adverbs and general adverbs, comprise more than one tag.

6.1 Degree Adverbs [ BD...]

6.1.1 Degree Adverbs, preposed [ BDP, BDC, BDS]

BDP:

Any adverb which modifies an adjective (1, 2), an adverb (3), a verbal particle (4), a preposition (5), a conjunction (6) or a determiner (7) is a degree adverb. The positive form of such adverbs is tagged BDP. About, which is usually a preposition or a verbal particle, can be a degree adverb and, as such, mainly occurs before numerals as central determiners. (Cool In addition, ordinals are degree adverbs when they modify superlative adjectives. (9) Not as part of the correlative not only [...] but (also) receives the tag BDP, too. (10)

(1) It was a wonderful and very<BDP> happy adventure. (story.1#275.frt)

(2) "That 's been particularly<BDP> true of the pension managers and some of the tax-free funds." (WSJ89.txt13.frt)

(3) Labor costs are climbing at a far<BDP> more rapid pace in the health care industry than in other industries. (WSJ89.txt12.frt)

(4) She wrote straight<BDP> back, asking "Which one?" (A8L.frt)

(5) You may, even <BDP> as a novice, care so <BDP> passionately about plants that all you want is the maximum space to grow them in.

(A3E.frt)

(6) Buyers will bargain hard to cut the cost of the house they want, but dig in their heels rather<BDP> than reduce their own asking price. (A86.frt)

(7) Valenzuela 's testimony had confirmed Wally 's involvement in several brutal killings, and Valenzuela 's first reaction was that he had unwittingly taken yet<BDP> another life. (A91.frt)

(Cool Though in America there are about<BDP> 1,000 biotechnology companies, 100 of which are successful, in Britain they are rare. (AHV.frt)

(9) Security Pacific is the U.S. 's fifth<BDP> largest banking company, with assets of $ 85.1 billion. (WSJ89.txt36.frt)

(10) It not<BDP> only criticises nearly<BDP> all forms of alternative treatment, but accuses practitioners of reluctance to submit claims to scientific examination. (AKN.frt)

BDC:

Most of the degree adverbs in the comparative are covered by the adverbs more and less. (1, 2) Additionally, adverbs which are compared morphologically also belong to this group tagged BDC. (3) Moreover, it is possible that adverbs which receive the tag BDC are themselves modified by further degree adverbs. (4) In comparative constructions like more than, more like and less than, in which the degree adverb BDC modifies a preposition (5, 6) or conjunction (7) expressing a comparison, more and less can be tagged BDC though, in these cases, they do not precede an adjective or an adverb.
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