Additive vs Restrictive Adverbs

Introduction to Additive & Restrictive Adverbs

Additive Adverbs tell that something additional was done or something was added to something else.

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Common examples of additive adverbs include also, as well, even, and too.

Words such as exclusively, just, merely, only, purely, and solely are referred to as Restrictive or Restrictive Focus Adverbs because they restrict the meaning of an action or proposition.

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