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  • Chapter 5. Adverb (Cont'd...)

    Adverbs

    5.6 Some adverbial phrases (cont'd...)

    on that ground
    for that reason
    on a small scale
    of one’s own accord
    at one’s own will
    in plain terms
    in broad daylight
    pointblank
    all day long
    all the year round
    face to face
    facing each other


    in good health
    with pleasure beaming
    in one’s eyes
    “with eyes brigh in the
    lustre of their fond joy”
    with eyes bathed in tears
    without distinction of
    caste or creed or colour
    with folded hands
    on horse back
    to the utmost of one’s power



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