Correct Usage of The Adverb AGO



Correct Usage of The Adverb AGO :



Ago is used…

(i) As an Adjective, always following its Noun.

1. This happened a week ago.
2. Twenty years ago such sights were common.
3. "A year ago I was not born,” said the lamb.

(ii) An an Adverb in the expression LONG AGO.

1. Which Merlin built for Arthur long ago? (Tennyson)
2. Who wrote this book long ago?

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