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Reading in dictionaries, they define it as an adverb which in most cases makes sense.
But how does that work in these examples:
Twice a number is four.
Twice the length is 10 feet
She is twice her age.
Here is seems to be an adjective modifiying a noun. Can someone please explain? THanks
I read this:
predeterminer (plural predeterminers)
1.(grammar) The function of a phrase that precedes a determiner in a noun phrase and modifies the head noun.
Sounds like it is an adjective, that can be infront of others at times, and yet modify the main noun in a noun phrase
Thanks for the help
Adjective. It means 'multiplied by 2'.