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  • what are linking adverbs.

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  • Okay yet and still linked.

  • Contrasting ideas together now still is more informal than yet and in terms of position.

  • Yet as a linking adverb goes at the front of a clause, whereas still goes before or just after the subject pronoun, for example, he says he's vegetarian, yet he eats everything put in front of him.

  • Or he says, he's vegetarian, But still he eats everything put in front of him.

  • Or he says, he's vegetarian.

  • But he still eats everything put in front of him now, for, however, and nevertheless, which emphasize contrast, especially one which we expect to surprise the reader or listener in terms of position, they can come at the beginning, middle or end of a clause, Although we tend to prefer the beginning.

  • And don't forget the comma, for example, the cost of the Chu certainly is expensive.

  • Nevertheless, it is the most direct way to travel in London, or the politician was confident of success.

  • However, her advisors, we're not so sure.

  • Her advisers, however, were not so sure.

  • Or her advisors.

  • We're not so sure, however, now for as well and to which are linking adverbs that mean in addition.

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  • Finally, let's talk about while and whereas which are linking devices used to balance ideas, much like on the one hand.

  • On the other hand, in terms of position, they dio at the beginning of a clause.

  • For example, while it often rains in England during the summer in Spain.

  • Rain in the summer is rarer.

  • Oh, it often rains in England during the summer, whereas in Spain, rain in the summer is rarer.

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副詞のリンク - 学習者の質問 (Linking adverbs - Learners' Questions)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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