'The information (below) was compiled by our correspondent.'
Could adverb modify noun?Why the adverb doesn't precede the noun?
Pope of the Dictionary.com Forum
I'm confused with such modification as the following sentences did.
The workers (here) are all kind to me.
I saw him on his way (home).
It had been fine the day (before).
He is (quite) a man.
It's just that some of our forms are abbreviated from longer forms.
The information [we have included] below was compiled by our correspondent.