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What is the adverb in these sentences? I got the answer, but can you check?
In the past, scientists did not have much information about certain animals.
Adverbs: Past, much
With modern technology that has already changed.
Adverbs: modern, already
A cat will angrily claw.
Adverbs: angrily
Von was too tired to eat.
Adverbs: too
A Texas woman amazingly survived an adventure of a lifetime.
Adverbs: amazingly

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    In the past, scientists did not have much information about certain animals.
    Adverbs: Past, much
    "Past" is a noun in this sentence; "much" is an adjective in this sentence.

    With modern technology that has already changed.
    Adverbs: modern, already
    "modern" is an adj; "already" is an adv.

    A cat will angrily claw.
    Adverbs: angrily
    Correct

    Von was too tired to eat.
    Adverbs: too
    Correct

    A Texas woman amazingly survived an adventure of a lifetime.
    Adverbs: amazingly
    Correct

  • English -

    Oh. So on the first sentence, would the adverb be certain?

  • English -

    "certain" is an adjective.

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