Grammar & Punctuation – adjunct – English editing.

Adjuncts are ADVERBIALS that add more information to a sentence. They can provide additional information about:
 Where things happen
At low tide you can cross the bays on the beach.
 When things happen
I cannot sleep at night.
 How things happen
I found out how to do this by accident.
 Why things happen
No one is turned away because of a lack of means.
 The purpose of an action
I still send her a Christmas card each year for old times’ sake.
 Condition (If this happens, then that happens.)
Leslie had left no letter for me to read in the event of his death.
 Concession (Even if this happens, still that happens.)
Despite all its efforts, America still has its racists.
 Degree (Answering the question ‘How much?’)
I wouldn’t worry at all.
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