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Interrogative Adverbs & Adverbial Nouns 6.2
Transcript of Interrogative Adverbs & Adverbial Nouns 6.2
Interrogative Adverbs and Adverbial Nouns
are adverbs used in asking
. The common interrogative adverbs are
did Huck Finn
build a raft?
did you buy
those new shoes?
It could be easy to confuse an adverbial noun with a direct object. Basically a direct object relates more about the subject (what) while an adverbial noun tells more about the verb (how, when, how much, etc.).
The game lasted one
He ran two
The plank is three
The coal weighs three
The shoes cost six hundred
Turn your head this
is the sense of touch located?
high is Mount McKinley?