|14.3 Pronouns <=> adverbs <=> prepositions <=> conjunction|
|Pronoun <=> adverbs|
| Pronouns substitute something known, they stand for something else (as already the name says), which was mentioned before. Adverbs specify something mentioned before.
A mixture of both are pronominal adverbs.
|Your shoes are dirty. (your = possessive pronoun)
I did not want to come yesterday. (yesterday = adverb)
Inbetween you can do whatever you want (inbetween = pronominal adverb)
|conjunction <=> adverbs|
|Conjunctions connect phrases with each other. Adverbs specify something. A mixture of both is called conjunctional adverb, it specifies something and connects phrases.|
|He does not know, nevertheless he talks about it.|
|Adverbs describe the place, time or manner of things, interrogative adverbs ask just about these.|
|How do you want to do it?
Why don't you go home?
Where does he live?
When does he start working?
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