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ID number:720242
Published: 20.06.2011.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: 4 units
References: Not used

Adverb A type of word that usually occurs as an adjunct to a VP or to a sentence. It most typically expresses such notions as time, place, manner, instrument, or circumstance. Sometimes considered a grammatical category separate from adjectives. Often, happily, carefully Apstākļa vārds (adverbs) - nelokāma vārdšķira, kas izsaka darbības, īpašības, apstākļa vai, retāk, priekšmeta pazīmi un ko teikumā lieto apstākļa funkcijā, piemēram, skaisti dziedāt, koši sarkans, ļoti ātri iet, kāpt ārā.
Analyse To examine or think about something carefully, in order to understand it: She still needs to analyse the data.
You need to sit down and analyse why you feel so upset. Analizēt - Dalīt, analizēt vārdus, teikumus pa vārdšķirām, morfoloģiski.
Analysis A careful examination of something in order to understand it better
a detailed analysis of the week's news Analīze - Rūpīga izpēte, lai labāk izprastu pētāmo objektu, vārdu, procesu.
Article A determiner whose basic role is to mark noun preases as either definite or indefinite: e.g. definite the in the girl, indefinite a in a girl.
(the definite article the, the indefinite article a/an) Artikuls - Palīgvārds, kas parasti norāda uz lietvārda vai nominālas vārdkopas noteiktību vai nenoteiktību. Pēc morfoloģiskām pazīmēm artikuls var būt nemainīgs, piemēram, angļu valodā, vai arī mainīties dzimtē, skaitlī un locījumā, piemēram, vācu valodā. …

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