Contoh Kalimat Viewpoint dan Commenting Adverbs dan Penjelasannya Lengkap

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Ada beberapa adverbs dan ekspresi adverbial yang memberitahu kita tentang sudut pandang atau pendapat pembicara tentang suatu tindakan, atau membuat beberapa komentar pada tindakan. Adverbs ini berbeda dari adverbs lain karena mereka tidak memberitahu kita bagaimana tindakan terjadi. Adverbs Sudut Pandang dan Pendapat memodifikasi bukan hanya verbs, adverbs, atau adjective, tetapi seluruh katanya. Tidak ada perbedaan nyata antara adverbs sudut pandang dan adverbs pendapat, kecuali dalam penempatan mereka. Banyak keterangan yang dapat digunakan sebagai adverbs sudut pandang dan juga dapat digunakan sebagai adverbs pendapat. Namun, dalam beberapa kasus, adverbs jauh lebih umum sebagai salah satunya.

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PENEMPATAN KALIMAT

Adverbs sudut pandang ditempatkan di awal kalimat atau di akhir kalimat dengan frekuensi lebih jarang. Adverbs sudut pandang biasanya dipisahkan dari kalimat dengan tanda koma. Adverbs pendapat ditempatkan sebelum kata kerja utama kecuali kata kerja menggunakan “to be”, dimana adverbs dapat ditempatkan baik sebelum atau sesudah kata kerja. Dalam beberapa kasus, adverbs pendapat dapat ditempatkan sebelum kata kerja utama dan juga akan dipisahkan dari kalimat dengan tanda koma, meskipun dalam kebanyakan kasus mereka tidak akan dipisahkan. Dalam contoh di bawah ini, Adverbs sudut pandang dan pendapat akan ditampilkan dalam penempatan kalimat yang benar. Akan tetapi penempatan kalimat ini tidak biasa, kaku, atau terlalu formal untuk diucapkan dalam bahasa lisan, hal ini ditandai dengan tanda bintang.

Contoh Kalimat Viewpoint dan Commenting Adverbs dan Penjelasannya Lengkap

 Sudut pandang atau komentar adverbia Pada awal kalimat Sebelum kata kerja utama Pada akhir kalimat

Adverbs Sudut Pandang dan PendapatPada awal kalimatSebelum kata kerja utamaPada akhir kalimat
clearlyClearly, Sandy doesn’t know what she is doing.Sandy clearly doesn’t know what she is doing.Sandy doesn’t know what she is doing, clearly.
obviouslyObviously, we are acting silly.We are obviously acting sillyWe are acting silly, obviously.
personallyPersonally, you’d rather go by bus.You’d personally rather go by bus.You’d rather go by bus, personally.
presumablyPresumably, Patrick didn’t have time to go to the library.Patrick presumably didn’t have time to go to the library.Patrick didn’t have time to go to the library, presumably.
seriouslySeriously, Patrick can’t give this speech.Patrick seriously can’t give this speech.Patrick can’t give this speech,seriously.
surelySurely Squidward tried to get here on time. Squidward surely tried to get here on time. Squidward tried to get here on time, surely.
technicallyTechnically, Spongebob cannot fly to Mars and back.Spongebob technically cannot fly to Mars and back.Spongebob cannot fly to Mars and back,technically.
undoubtedlyUndoubtedly, Mr. Crab has a good reason not to eat.Mr. Crab undoubtedly has a good reason not to eat.Mr. Crab has a good reason not to eat, undoubtedly.
bravelyBravely, Sandy kept on walking.Sandy bravely kept on walking.*Sandy kept on walking, bravely.
carelesslyCarelessly, Patrick threw his book into the pond.Patrick carelessly threw his book into the pond.*Patrick threw his book into the pond, carelessly.
certainlyCertainly they should be here.They certainly should be here. / They should certainly be here.They should be here, certainly.
cleverlyCleverly, Spongebob hid the jellyfishes.Spongebob cleverly hid the jellyfishes.*Spongebob hid the jellyfishes, cleverly.
definitely*Definitely, Sandy is smart.Sandy defintely is smart. / Sandy is definitely smart.*Sandy is smart, definitely.
foolishlyFoolishly, you cried out.You foolishly cried out.You cried out, foolishly.
generouslyGenerously, Mr. Crab donated the money.Mr. Crab generously donated the money.*Mr. Crab donated the money, generously.
stupidlyStupidly, the children played football in the street.The children stupidly played football in the street.*The children played football in the street, stupidly.
obviouslyObviously, They are lost.They are obviously lost. / *They obviously are lost.They are lost,obviously.
kindlyKindly, Ikhwan fed the cat first.Ikhwan kindly fed the cat first.Ikhwan fed the cat first, kindly.
luckilyLuckily, you got there on time.You luckily got there on time.You got there on time, luckily.
fortunatelyFortunately, you found the boat.You fortunately found the boat.You found the boat, fortunately.
naturallyNaturally, Patrick cannot be in the movie now.Patrick naturally cannot be in the movie now.Patrick cannot be in the movie now, naturally.
wiselyWisely, Pearl stayed home to take a rest.Pearl wisely stayed home to take a rest.Pearl stayed home to take a rest, wisely.
confidentiallyConfidentially, Squidward never gave him the patty.Squidward never gave him the patty, confidentially.
theoreticallyTheoretically, we could send Spongebob to Mars.We could theoretically send Spongebob to Mars. / We theoretically could send Spongebob to Mars.We could send Spongebob to Mars,theoretically.
truthfullyTruthfully, They don’t like patty much.They truthfully don’t like patty much.They don’t like patty much, truthfully.
disappointinglyDisappointingly, Plankton got sixth place.Plankton disappointingly got sixth place.Plankton got sixth place, disappointingly.
thoughtfullyThoughtfully, Patrick turned away.Patrick thoughtfully turned away.Patrick turned away, thoughtfully.
simply*Simply, Patrick doesn’t want to come.Patrick simply doesn’t want to come.
unbelievablyUnbelievably, Sandy showed up late again.Sandy unbelievably showed up late again.Sandy showed up late again, unbelievably.
unfortunatelyUnfortunately, there is no more table.There is unfortunately no more table. / There unfortunately is no more table.There is no more table, unfortunately.