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What is a syntactic adverb?

A syntactic word is one formed from separate morphemes, or root words (e.g. blueberry which incorporates the adjective blue). There may not be any one-word syntactic adverbs, but there are many adverbial phrases which contain no adverbs. Full Answer

What is a syntactic noun?

Nouns that are combined in the same order as they would be if they were separate words. For example 'blackberry' is an adjective followed by a noun. This is a syntactic compound Full Answer