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    in a fever of excitement

    In a fever of excitement, Kay flew to Rome.

    Does it mean Kay flew to Rome very excitedly, or Kay flew to Rome because she is very excited?

    Thanks!

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    Re: in a fever of excitement

    Quote Originally Posted by lauraguan View Post
    In a fever of excitement, Kay flew to Rome.

    Does it mean Kay flew to Rome very excitedly, or Kay flew to Rome because she is very excited?

    Thanks!
    I would say that it means Kay was very excited about flying to Rome.

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