What Are Negative Adverbs?
Negative adverbs are words that modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs to express the absence or denial of something. Negative adverbs are used to negate or deny the truth of a statement.
Some adverbs have a negative meaning, for example:
- hardly (ever)
- barely (ever)
- no longer
There are a few adverbial phrases that are used to completely negate a clause. For example:
- under/in no circumstances
- (in) no way
- on no condition
In addition to using 'not' and 'no' there are other words that can negate the sentences.
Here are some phrasal adverbs and adverbs that have the power to make the sentence negative.
|barely (ever)||no longer||under/in no circumstances||(in) no way||on no condition|
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