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    Is "Except for " always for adverb phrase?

    Is it true if "exept for" is used for an adverb phrase describing the following clause like in the below, it can never be replaced by "except"?

    ex)Except for(Except) her awful hairstyle, she's a good-looking woman.

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    Re: Is "Except for " always for adverb phrase?

    It is true.

    Rover

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