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Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Where, Whither, Whence and Other Adverbs

There are some words in the English language that are not used so much in modern speech that I think are cool. Today, I am thinking of three adverbs of location (where, here, there) that have associated adverbs of motion.

The first one is whither. Whither means "to where". Although it is acceptable to say "where are you going?" A way to express yourself more precisely would be say "whither are you going?". The word where implies that you are currently situated at some location, ...

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Week #16, 2014

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Dino-sore

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