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    Completely fit

    Ing-clauses example of adverbials:
    She didn't come into the competition looking completely fit.
    I saw the above sentence in the video on YouTube about ing-clauses and its uses.
    How do we know that the ing-clause here is adverbial- which of the adverb questions does it answer here- how , when, where and why?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Completely fit

    Q: How did she come into the competition?
    A: Not looking completely fit.

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