Results for: Exceptionalism

In History

What is American exceptionalism?

Historical argument that the development of the United States was largely distinctive; contact with Western Europe was incidental to the larger development of the United State (MORE)
In Grammar

When do you use exceptionally?

You'd use the adjective "exceptionally" to describe something that is unordinary or otherwise remarkable. Examples: That is an exceptionally large tree. I'm exceptional (MORE)

What are the 6 types of exceptionalities in children?

Intellectual and Developmental Differences: Includes gifted children and children who manifest intellectual delays. Sensory Disabilities: Includes blind and deaf students. C (MORE)
In Adverbs

Is exceptionally an adverb?

Yes. The word exceptionally is an adverb meaning to a great or extraordinary extent. It ordinarily modifies an adjective (e.g. exceptionally bright).