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    Question adverb and pronoun

    036.011 Thou canst but admonish such a oneas follows the Message and fears the (Lord) Most Gracious, unseen: give such a one, therefore, good tidings, of Forgiveness and a Reward most generous.
    036.075 They have not the power to help them: but they will be brought up (before Our Judgment-seat) as a troop (to be condemned).
    036.077 Doth not man see that it is We Who created him from sperm? yet behold! he (stands forth) as an open adversary!



    How can you recognise the word as whether its avderb, pronoun or conjunction? thank you very much
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    Re: adverb and pronoun

    How have you tried to analyse these examples yourself?

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    yup! as here is an adverb not pronoun or conjunction but the problem i need the reason. for me its nt conjunction because after as Np noun phrase not clasue and its common snese conjunction joint two clauses . if you can show me why as in this context adverb i will be thankful for you. thanks and best regards


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    Re: adverb and pronoun

    please edit your last post! Then we can discuss it.

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    Re: adverb and pronoun

    Quote Originally Posted by eagleye View Post
    if you can show me why as in this context adverb i will be thankful for you.
    If you can replace as with a pronoun, then it functions as a pronoun; e.g., one who/that follows the Message; if you can replace as with the preposition like, then it functions as an adverb; e.g., brought up like a troop; stands forth like an open adversary!; if you can make sentences out of the words that come before and after as, then as functions as a conjunction; e.g., He is good as gold (is good). The sentences are He is good and Gold is good.

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