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ADVAdvantage (tennis)
ADVAdvertising (various organizations)
ADVAdenovirus (infections)
ADVAverage Daily Volume (trading)
ADVAcoustic Doppler Velocimeter
ADVAdversus (Latin: Against)
ADVAdeno-Associated Virus
ADVAuto Detect Voltage
ADVAdvanced Digital Video
ADVAudit Vault
ADVArbeitsgemeinschaft Deutscher Verkehrsflughäfen (German: Working Group of German Commercial Airports)
ADVAd Vision (American Anime Licensing Co.)
ADVArbeitsgemeinschaft für Datenverarbeitung
ADVAdministration des Ventes (French)
ADVAlliance pour les Droits de la Vie (French: Alliance for Human Life; est. 1993)
ADVArbeitsgemeinschaft der Vermessungsverwaltungen der Länder der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (German: Working Committee of the Surveying Authorities of the States of the Federal Republic of Germany)
ADVAir Defense Variant
ADVAutomatic Diluent Valve (diving rebreather)
ADVAujeszky's Disease Virus
ADVAuditable Dollar Value
ADVAdaptive Distance Vector
ADVAtmospheric Dump Valve
ADVAscent/Descent Vehicle
ADVArea Denial to Vehicles
ADVAbstract Design View
ADVAssociation of Dunkirk Veterans
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[The adverb badly modifies the verb is going.] The moldy cheese tastes bad.
Remember to use an adjective to modify a noun and an adverb to modify a verb, adjective, or another adverb.
In examining the deployment of the adverbs in the data, I follow Simon-Vandenbergen and Aijmer's (2007) treatment of modal adverbs of certainty.
As for the written genres, I have selected dissenting opinions written by the justices of the Supreme Court of the United States of America, since they are written by individual justices and as such, they contain numerous stance markers, with modal adverbs being no exception.
Affixation is the most productive derivational process engaged in adverb formation (865 out of 1,654), that is to say, more than fifty percent of adverbs are formed by means of affixation, suffixation qualifying as far more productive than prefixation.
The commonest pattern of adverb suffixation makes use of the suffix-li:ce (401 instances), followed by the suffix -e (124 instances).
Of course is an expectation adverb. In the research articles under analysis, it anticipates the reader's criticisms and reservations, and shows that the author is aware of the different conditions and contextual determinants of his/her claims.
Mackenzie (2001) enlarges the inventory of lexical categories to include the Adverb and the Adposition, which has the same impact on lexical description as the inclusion of the other lexical categories.