Using Verbs and Verb Phrases as Adjunct Adverbials
Notional grammars traditionally verbs as 'words that denote actions and states of being.' A verb phrase consists of a verb plus any auxiliary verbs, particles, modifiers, complements, and objects. In grammar, an adjunct adverbial is a word, phrase, or clause that modifies or describes an entire clause by providing additional information about time, place, manner, condition, purpose, reason, result, and concession. Verbs and verb phrases sometimes function as adjunct adverbials in English. Examples of adverbs and adverb phrases as adjunct adverbials include the following: Dancing, Margie broke her ankle. Sam found a lost wallet walking to the store. Running on