Locative adverb

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A locative adverb is a type of adverb that refers to a location or to a combination of a location and a relation to that location.wikipedia
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Pro-form

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Pro-form locative adverbs generally form a closed class and are particularly important in a language.

Interrogative word

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They are also usually closely related to locative interrogative adverbs; in English, there is (or, at least, once was) a formal relationship between "where/there/here", "whither/thither/hither", and "whence/thence/hence".

Adverb

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A locative adverb is a type of adverb that refers to a location or to a combination of a location and a relation to that location.

Sentence (linguistics)

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For example, the word home is itself a locative adverb in a sentence like "I took him home today" or "I found him home today"; in the former case, it is equivalent to the phrase "to home", and in the latter to the phrase "at home".

Part of speech

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Pro-form locative adverbs generally form a closed class and are particularly important in a language.

Demonstrative

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As can be seen from these examples, the anaphoric locative adverbs generally have a close relationship with the demonstratives (in English, this and that).

Artúr Görgei

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In the Hungarian surnames the "y" instead of an "i" (used today), as last letter of the name (as a locative adverb suffix, for example Debreceni, meaning "from Debrecen") usually appear on the nobles names, because their names appeared earlier than the common peoples names, so the nobiliary surnames kept the archaic writing style of the period they first were written down.

Pronominal adverb

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A pronominal adverb is a type of adverb occurring in a number of Germanic languages, formed in replacement of a preposition and a pronoun by turning the former (the preposition) into a prepositional adverb and the latter (the pronoun) into a locative adverb, and finally joining them in reverse order.

Sailor Mercury

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She still wants to do well in school, and wants friends, hence the brainwashing of her classmates.

Linguistic development of Genie

Genie's acquisition of locative adverbs came before she learned ones for either time or manner, which was normal, but although she started to use time adverbs a few months later she never used any manner adverbs.

Rapa Nui language

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It is also used to negate locative phrases, actor emphasis constructions, and is also used to reinforce the preposition mai.

Kabiye language

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Adjectives, numerals, demonstratives, locatives and relative clauses follow the head noun.

Kuuk Thaayorre language

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Predicating constituents include verbs, adjectives, nouns, demonstrative pronouns, and locative adverbs.

Romansh language

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Particularly common are combinations of verbs with locative adverbs, such as vegnir cun 'to accompany' (literally 'to come with'), vegnir anavos 'to come back', far cun 'to participate' (literally 'to do with'), far giu 'to agree on' (literally 'to do down'), or grodar tras 'to fail' (literally 'to fall through').

List of English prepositions

English prepositionson, at, to, from, by'' and ''for'' in English