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Focusing adverbs point to a particular part of a clause.
Most common examples are: also, just, even, only, mainly, mostly, either, neither etc.
As focusing adverbs point to a particular part of a sentence, the meaning conveyed often depends upon their position. It is best to place them in front of and next to the word or words modified by them.
Too and as well are exceptions to this rule. They normally go in end position.
|Category: Adjectives, Adverbs, Articles, Nouns, Contable & Uncountable, Determiners | Added by: Teacher_Koce (2014-03-03)|
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