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    adverb before noun

    I know that an adverb can occur before a adjective or a preposition and can occur after a noun but can an adverb exist in a sentence BEFORE a noun?

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    Re: adverb before noun

    If you have something like 'we'll do it tomorrow night', it could be an adverb before a noun, as it has the meaning of 'on the day after today'.

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    Re: adverb before noun

    So another example could be:

    He will do his homework tomorrow night.

    It seems that an adverb occuring just before a noun is not normally found. In most cases the adverb occurs before an adjective. Do only certain types of sentences have an adverb before a noun?

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