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Homework Help: grammar/ adverbs

Posted by Pegg on Friday, March 16, 2007 at 12:28am.

I'm trying to locate all adverbs in these two sentences.
1. You spoke too hastily.
2. They have written it twice now.

In 1. I know "hastily" is an adverb. Would "too" be an adverb modifying hastily?
In 2. I know "now" is an adverb. Would "twice" be an adverb modifying now?
thanks, Pegg

1. yes to both questions
2. "twice" is an adverb, but it modifies "written".

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