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No, the word "missed" is not an adverb.

The word "missed" is a verb.

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Is 'missed' an adverb?

No, it is a verb.


What is an adverb that describes missed?

Sorely, terribly


Would it be adverb then verb or verb then adverb?

There are basically 4 positions: before the subject - Occasionally Jon missed the bus. after the auxiliary or be verb - Jon is occasionally late for the bus. Jon has occasionally missed the bus. before the main verb - Jon occasionally missed the bus. end of the clause - Jon missed the bus occasionally. It depends on the type of adverb where they go. Some such as occasionally (above) can go in all positions.


Is almost a noun?

No, the word 'almost' is an adverb, a word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.Examples:We almost missed the exit. (the adverb 'almost' modifies the verb 'missed')I touched the almost dry paint to test it. (the adverb 'almost' modifies the adjective 'dry')We almost always go to a beach on vacation. (the adverb 'almost' modifies the adverb 'always')A noun is a word for a person, a place, a thing.


Is almost a common noun?

No, the word 'almost' is not a noun.The word 'almost' is an adverb, a word used to modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb as not quite or very nearly.Example uses of the adverb 'almost':I almost missed my flight. (modifies the verb 'missed')The soup is almost ready. (modifies the adjective 'ready')His payment is almost always late. (modifies the adverb 'always')


Where does the adverb go with the verb be?

Usually after the be verb.There are basically four positions:before the subject - Occasionally Jon missed the bus.after the auxilary or be verb - Jon is occasionally late for the bus. Jon has occaisionallymissed the bus.before the main verb - Jon occasionally missed the bus.end of the clause - Jon missed the bus occasionally.It depends on the type of adverb.


Is narrowly an adverb?

Yes, the word narrowly is an adverb.An example sentence for you is: "he narrowly missed the tree by inches".


What is an Adverb form of lucky?

Luckily is the adverb of lucky.An example sentence is: "he luckily missed the flying debris".Another example is: "she luckily arrived on time for the interview despite the traffic jam".


Is unfortunately a noun?

No, the word unfortunately is an adverb, a word used to modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.Examples:We unfortunately missed the train. (modifies the verb 'missed')I have unfortunately large feet. (modifies the adjective 'large')It was unfortunately after we ate that we discovered the roach. (modifies the adverb 'after')


Is narrower an adverb?

No.'Narrower' is in comparative adjective form, e.g. "This hallway is narrower than the others".The adverb form would be 'narrowly', e.g. "the train narrowly missed the man by the rails".


What does an adverb modify?

An adverb modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.Examples:Your sister really is a thoughtful person. (modifies the verb 'is')The food here is so good. (modifies the adjective 'good')I very nearly missed my flight. (modifies the adverb 'nearly').


Is misses an adverb?

No, it is either a plural noun or a form of the verb, to miss. There are adjective forms (missed, missing) but no formal adverbs.

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