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In Adverbs

Is surprise an adverb?

No. The word surprise is a noun or verb. There is an adverb form,  which is "surprisingly."
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In Poetry

What is a surprise poem?

A Surprise (you spelled it wrong) Poem is when it leads you to think one thing and then it hits you at the end with something you never thought of. example: A poem about som (MORE)

What surprises can you get your daughter?

i AM a daughter and i can tell you this; put your self in the shoes of her, the age is most important. if she is a teen, you have to think fashion wise, whats something that i (MORE)
In Grammar

What is the adverb for surprised?

The past participle adjective surprised has the seldom used adverb  form surprisedly. Much more common is the adverb form of the  present participle (surprisingly), which ma (MORE)
In Grammar

Is surprising an adjective?

Yes. It is a form of the verb "to surprise" and means unexpected. The adverb form is surprisingly.
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In Grammar

What is a noun for surprise?

The word 'surprise' is both a verb and a noun. The noun 'surprise' is a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for a unexpected or astonishing event, fact, or thing. Example (MORE)
In Grammar

What is the noun of surprise?

The noun surprise is a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for an unusual or unexpected event; the feeling you have when something unusual or unexpected happens; a present (MORE)