he didn't yell "the British are coming! the British are coming!" he yelled "the regulars are coming! the regulars are coming!" because everyone, colonies and great Brittan were re furred to as British.
FIRE! Yelling fire will undoubtedly disturb everyone in the vicinity from what they are doing. Thus, it is the most disturbing word. Similarly 'HELP!' or 'STOP!' when yelled would be good candidates for this riddle.
He rode around on a horse one at at midnight and yelled "The British are coming, the British are coming" and warned everyone around that they were going tyo attack. He screamed and he screamed and that's how they found out.
Madly is an adverb. The -ly ending is a clue. Many adverbs end in -ly Adverbs add more information about verbs. He yelled madly for 2 minutes. In this sentence the verb is yelled and the adverb madly tells us how or in what manner he yelled.
This phrase means that you had a slight suspicion about something, but weren't sure, and then that thing happened. Example sentence: "I half expected that Jane would throw me a surprise birthday party after being secretive for a week," remarked Al after everyone yelled "SURPRISE!"