Adjectives but Adverbs



Adjectives but Adverbs :



HERE : (adverb) - used as noun

Example Sentences :

1. I live far from here.
2. I live far from this place.
3. I will be waiting here for you.
4. He charged Rs. 200 for traveling from here to our shop.

HERE - used as noun - object of the preposition FROM


THERE : (adverb / pronoun)

Example Sentences :

1. I do not come from there.
2. I do not come from that place.
3. The pen you are searching is there only.
4. He charged Rs. 200 for traveling from there to our shop.

THERE - noun - object of FROM


NOW - (adverb) - used as noun

Example Sentences :

1. Until now, we have no problems.
2. He should have finished by now.
3. From now on, I have decided to be a very honest man.
4. I have heard the news before now.
5. I have heard the news before this time.


THEN - (adverb) at that time - used as noun

The then minister - The minister who was minister at that time

Example Sentences :

1. By then, the security personnel appeared on the scene.
2. By that time, the security personnel appeared on the scene.
3. You should have seen him then.
4. He came here. Then they came to this place.


SINCE WHEN - (adverb)

Example Sentences :

1. Since When, have you taken to terrorist activity?
2. What time have you taken to terrorist activity?
3. Since when has he had a beard?


ABOVE - (adverb)

The above suggestion - the suggestion made above

Example Sentences :

1. All blessings come from above.
2. All blessings come from heaven.
3. Please, see above your head.
4. The fan is dangling above your head.


THENCE - (adverb) - from that place

Example Sentences :

After leaving the place we made our way to the coast and thence by sea to the Andamans.


WHENCE : (adverb / pronoun) - from where

Example Sentences :

1. They returned to the land whence they came.
2. They returned to the land from whence they came.

1. THENCE = from there
2. WHENCE = from where

Thus the addition of FROM to either of these words is incorrect.

1. The down - train
2. The down - going train
3. The up train - The up-going train

The adverbs are not adjectives. They actually modify the participles. Only thing is the participles are missing or understood.

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