While I was studying the adverbs, I have looked for the adverb of these words but I did not find them. So, do you have an idea about the adverb of these two words “to attain- to indicate”. Is it possible to find some words without adverbs??? :roll:
I'm not sure you quite understand what an adverb does. It describes how a verb is done. An adverb does not have its base in a verb.
Originally Posted by Ismahan Noura
He does it quickly. (Verb = to do; Adjective from which the adverb is taken = quick; adverb = quickly)
There are lots of adverbs which could be attached to your given verbs.
He attained it easily.
She will attain it quickly.
He indicated it excitedly.
Well, thank you Sir. But Still I am confused:
I know that the adjectives of the following verbs are: indicative – attainable ; yet, is there any adverbs for these adjectives??? Can we say : indicatively – attainably ?????
'Indicatively' is noted in some dictionaries, but there is only one citation for it in the Corpus of Contemporary American English. 'Attainably' also has one citation, but I have been unable to find it in any of the dictionaries (over 100) at onelook.com.
Originally Posted by Ismahan Noura;954162/
I know that the adjectives of the following verbs are: indicative – attainable ; yet, is there any adverbs for these adjectives??? Can we say : indicatively – attainably ?[STRIKE
Please don't address us as 'sir'. We are not that formal here, and some of us are female.
One question mark per question is sufficient.
Thank you so much 5jj , now it is really clear for me.
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