Why in grammar analysis what does it mean?

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Why in grammar analysis what does it mean?

Why in grammar analysis what does it mean?

[comp. of per e che1 or che2]. - Grammatically, in addition to the functions of interrogative adverb and conjunction, which are the most frequent, it can have that of relative pronoun in some uses ant. in which it corresponds to a for which (for which, for which).

How do you distinguish a preposition from a conjunction?

- The prepositions are not only of, to, from, in, with, on, for, between, between and introduce complements; - Adverbs not only qualify the verb, but also an entire sentence (and not only); - Conjunctions are necessary to connect several sentences together.

How to distinguish a preposition?

To distinguish adverbs from prepositions it is necessary to analyze the sentence. It is an adverb if it changes the meaning of the verb. It is a preposition if it introduces a noun.

How to tell if it is an adverb?

To understand the difference, whether it is an adverb or an adjective, we need to analyze the context of the sentence.
  1. It is an adverb if it refers to a verb or is invariable.
  2. It is an adjective if it agrees with a noun in gender and number.
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