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Many adverbs are borrowed from other languages and many are native nouns whose meaning has been extended, with or without an appropriate preposition. This chapter talks about spatial adverbs, temporal adverbs, interrogative adverbs, prepositions and other uninflected particles. Many prepositions have an extremely large range of English meanings. The author attempts to give each preposition with as many potential translations as possible, to give the reader some idea of the variety of their usage.

Keywords:interrogative adverbs; prepositions; spatial adverbs; temporal adverbs; uninflected particles



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