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The word 'quite' acts as an adverb. In this sentence the adjective 'young' is modified by 'quite' as 'young' itself has no extremes of meaning. 'quite' suggests that the person was not a child nor yet old-- adult, but still at the lower end of adulthood. In another sentence, 'quite' might reduce the force of an adjective, such as 'quite' angry, suggesting the person was not furious.

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Occasionally, you may see the words sic written in a paragraph or sentence. The paragraph or sentence would be a quote from what someone had said. When the quote is written out, they person may have made a mistake when stating this sentence or paragraph. A word may have been left out. A word needed to be transcribed. When someone is being quoted, the words that the person said must be written out exactly as it was stated.

If there is an error in what words the person said, the right word or correct word may be added to the written statement and the word sic written next to the correction in the paragraph. This shows others that this word was inserted, but it is what the person meant to say.

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Parenthesis are a pair of brackets used to mark a phrase in a sentence. They contain important details but do not affect the grammatical structure of the remaining sentence.

They also help the reader maintain focus on the rest of the sentences, while also providing extra information. Interestingly, they weren’t used often in the 1800s and they began to be used more widely in the last half of the 20th century. They are used with greater frequency in math sentences and have a distinct purpose in that context. The word comes from Greek and literally means to put in beside.

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Very is describing slowly adverbs describe other adverbs ... ....

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An adverb is a word that is used to modify a verb, an adjective, another adverb or a word group, and is used to express place, manner, circumstance and degree. Here are a few examples of an adverb: She walks quickly (the adverb is quickly and it modifies the verb walks). She walks extremely quickly (the adverb extremely modifies quickly which is another adverb).

She is an extremely quick walker (the adverb extremely modifies quick which is an adjective). Note: To easily understand adverbs, if it modifies a verb, it commonly tells us how, when, where, in what manner or to what extent a specific action is performed. For example: How – He moved quickly, When – He moved yesterday, Where – He moved there, In what manner – He moved shoeless, and to what extent – He moved steadfast.

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In English grammar, isn't YETusedat the end of aninterrogative sentences?"Have you finished your homework yet?".

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