Tag Archives: adverbs

Stop Pushing Your Modifiers Around!

Stop Pushing Your Modifiers Around! by Kathleen Watson Modifiers are supposed to add meaning or clarification. A misplaced modifier can do just the opposite. Consider these differing connotations of often: College students who meet often with their advisers make better … Continue reading

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Confessions of an Adverb Junkie

Confessions of an Adverb Junkie by Patrick Hodges Hello. My name is Patrick, and I am an adverb junkie. (Everyone: Hi, Patrick! We warmly welcome you openly!) I’m an emotional guy, and I write the same way. I am of … Continue reading

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