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ADV: adverb

Definition

Adverbs are words that typically modify verbs and adjectives for such categories as time, place, direction or manner, e.g. znova začutiti “feel again” or dobro obveščen “well informed”. Adverbs deriving from adjectives can inflect for degree, e.g. zanimivo “interestingly”, zanimiveje/zanimivejše “more interestingly”, najzanimiveje/najzanimivejše “the most interestingly”.

Borderline cases marked as ADV include pronominal adverbs (e.g. kje “where”, tam “there”, takrat “then”), ordinal adverbs (e.g. prvič “for the first time”), multiplicative adverbs (e.g. dvakrat “twice”) and transgressives (adverbial participles, e.g. zahvaljujoč “thanks to, lit. thanking”).

Examples

Conversion from JOS

All adverbs become ADV, with the exception of JOS adverbs converted to determiners.


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