From: Larry Swain (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Aug 13 1998 - 16:55:01 EDT
Maybe this will help: if you actually are diagramming the sentence, the
sentence adverbial would go in front of the subject.
Like this: (which is an off the cuff example so probably not the best,
but perhaps you'll get the idea)
Practically, to use a lexicon is best.
Not the best example, but I hope it helps. Further, it has been argued
that a sentence adverbial could be read as modifying the verb since that
carries the main idea of the sentence, but I like the other way better.
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