What Are Intensifiers and Mitigators?
Where Do We Use Intensifiers and Mitigators?
Intensifiers and mitigators are used after linking verbs or before adverbs or main verbs. Here are some examples:
Intensifiers are used to make an adjective, an adverb or a verb stronger. They are adverbs such as:
Here are a few examples:
Mitigators are used to make a verb, an adverb, or an adjective weaker or less strong. Here are some common mitigators:
- A bit
There are some adverbs that are used to make a verb, an adverb, or an adjective weaker that are called:
There are some other adverbs that are used to make adverbs, verbs, and adjectives stronger. These adverbs are called:
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