woefully (adverb), deplorably, lamentably, sadly, woefully; in an unfortunate or deplorable manner; "he was sadly neglected"; "it was woefully inadequate"
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can i use these following sentence
1 she neglected her chinldren woefully
2 a woefully dissaproved
3 he told me one of his woefully concern
4 its kinda hard to believe but is woefully truth
please correct the sentence if i made any mistake i know i did
The symbol ? means, questionable; the symbol * means, ungrammatical.
1. ?She neglected her children woefully.
2. *a woefully dissaproved <'a' cannot modify adverbs or verbs>
3. *He told me one of his woefully concern. <'woefully' cannot modify nouns>
4 *It's kind of hard to believe but it is woefully truth. <'truth' is a noun>
1. Woefully, she neglected her children/She woefully neglected her children.
2. I woefully dissaproved.
3. He told me one of his woeful concerns.
4 It's kind of hard to believe but it is woefully true.