In linguistics, an adverbial phrase ("AdvP") is a multi-word expression operating adverbially: its syntactic function is to modify other expressions, including verbs, adjectives, adverbs, adverbials, and sentences. Adverbial phrases can be divided into two types: complement adverbs and modifier adverbs. For example, in the sentence She sang very well, the expression very well is an adverbial phrase, as it modifies the verb to sing. More specifically, the adverbial phrase very well contains two adverbials, very and well: while well modifies the verb to convey information about the manner of singing (for example, She sang well versus She sang badly), very is a degree modifier that conveys information about the degree to which the action of singing well was accomplished (for example, Not only

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  • Un sintagma adverbial (S.adv.) és un sintagma el nucli del qual és un adverbi, o una locució adverbial com "tard" o "molt ràpidament". Acostuma a realitzar la funció de complement circumstancial. L'adverbi que fa de nucli pot estar modificat per un altre adverbi o bé portar un complement, usualment en forma de sintagma preposicional. (ca)
  • In linguistics, an adverbial phrase ("AdvP") is a multi-word expression operating adverbially: its syntactic function is to modify other expressions, including verbs, adjectives, adverbs, adverbials, and sentences. Adverbial phrases can be divided into two types: complement adverbs and modifier adverbs. For example, in the sentence She sang very well, the expression very well is an adverbial phrase, as it modifies the verb to sing. More specifically, the adverbial phrase very well contains two adverbials, very and well: while well modifies the verb to convey information about the manner of singing (for example, She sang well versus She sang badly), very is a degree modifier that conveys information about the degree to which the action of singing well was accomplished (for example, Not only did she sing well, she sang very well). (en)
  • En sintaxis, sintagma adverbial es el sintagma que realiza funciones sintácticas similares a un adverbio. En español suele contener un adverbio o un gerundio, que desempeñan la función sintáctica de núcleo o palabra más importante y con más relaciones sintácticas. El gerundio es una forma del verbo existente en diversas lenguas que se comporta sintácticamente de manera similar a un adverbio. Las siguientes oraciones tienen algunos ejemplos en español de sintagmas adverbiales: (1a) "Muy tarde para mí", donde el adverbio tarde es núcleo.(1b) "lejos" / "muy lejos" / "más lejos que tu casa". El núcleo es lejos; muy es un cuantificador; que tu casa es un complemento del núcleo que hace de segundo término de una comparación. (es)
  • En adverbfras (engelska: adverbial phrase) är en fras som har ett adverb som huvudord. Hon pratar mycket.Förmodligen pratar hon just nu.Här ute på landet hälsar man på alla. (sv)
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  • Un sintagma adverbial (S.adv.) és un sintagma el nucli del qual és un adverbi, o una locució adverbial com "tard" o "molt ràpidament". Acostuma a realitzar la funció de complement circumstancial. L'adverbi que fa de nucli pot estar modificat per un altre adverbi o bé portar un complement, usualment en forma de sintagma preposicional. (ca)
  • En adverbfras (engelska: adverbial phrase) är en fras som har ett adverb som huvudord. Hon pratar mycket.Förmodligen pratar hon just nu.Här ute på landet hälsar man på alla. (sv)
  • In linguistics, an adverbial phrase ("AdvP") is a multi-word expression operating adverbially: its syntactic function is to modify other expressions, including verbs, adjectives, adverbs, adverbials, and sentences. Adverbial phrases can be divided into two types: complement adverbs and modifier adverbs. For example, in the sentence She sang very well, the expression very well is an adverbial phrase, as it modifies the verb to sing. More specifically, the adverbial phrase very well contains two adverbials, very and well: while well modifies the verb to convey information about the manner of singing (for example, She sang well versus She sang badly), very is a degree modifier that conveys information about the degree to which the action of singing well was accomplished (for example, Not only (en)
  • En sintaxis, sintagma adverbial es el sintagma que realiza funciones sintácticas similares a un adverbio. En español suele contener un adverbio o un gerundio, que desempeñan la función sintáctica de núcleo o palabra más importante y con más relaciones sintácticas. El gerundio es una forma del verbo existente en diversas lenguas que se comporta sintácticamente de manera similar a un adverbio. Las siguientes oraciones tienen algunos ejemplos en español de sintagmas adverbiales: (es)
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  • Sintagma adverbial (ca)
  • Adverbial phrase (en)
  • Sintagma adverbial (es)
  • Adverbfras (sv)
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