An Adverb well qualifies a Verb

  • An adverb well qualifies a verb;
  • Its effect is quite simply superb.
  • It also qualifies,
  • Whether truly true or lies,
  • An adjective or other adverb.

Copyright, John Justice, 2019

Published by Subject and Predicate

The subject and predicate are all, In a sentence of tale short or tall: The subject's "who" or "what," The predicate's the lot, Of everything else - verb and all.

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