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    adjective or adverb

    Which is correct: 'He sat comfortable' or 'He sat comfortably'?

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    Re: adjective or adverb

    'He sat comfortably.'


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    Re: adjective or adverb

    Quote Originally Posted by Clark View Post
    Which is correct: 'He sat comfortable' or 'He sat comfortably'?
    He sat comfortably: comfortably modifies sat (verb).

    He sat on a comfortable seat: comfortable modifies seat (noun).

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