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Is strictly an adjective or adverb?

strictly adverb – Definition, pictures, pronunciation and usage notes | Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary at

Is the word strictly an adverb?

STRICTLY (adverb) definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary.

Is strict a noun?

strictly / ˈstrik(t)-​lē / adverb. strictness / ˈstrik(t)-​nəs / noun.

What part of speech is the word dancing?


part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: dances, dancing, danced
definition 1: to move the body in a rhythmic sequence, usu. in a prescribed fashion and usu. to music. The couple danced until the band stopped playing. similar words: boogie, hoof, perform, pirouette, rock, sway, twirl, whirl

What is the verb for dance?

verb (used with object), danced, danc·ing. to perform or take part in (a dance): to dance a waltz. to cause to dance: He danced her around the ballroom. to cause to be in a specified condition by dancing: She danced her way to stardom.

What type of verb is dance?

Dancing is the present participle of the verb to dance. When used with is or are, it becomes a verb in the present continuous tense: Gordon is dancing up a storm. In the sentence above, dancing is a present participle (form) and it’s acting as a verb (function).

What is the verb of sing?

Conjugation of verb ‘Sing’

Base Form (Infinitive): To Sing
Past Simple: Sang
Past Participle: Sung
3rd Person Singular: Sings
Present Participle/Gerund: Singing

Is Dancing noun or verb?

dance (verb) dance (noun) dance card (noun) dance floor (noun)

What type of verb is read?

read. [intransitive, transitive] (not used in the progressive tenses) to understand the meaning of written or printed words or symbols by looking at them She’s still learning to read.

Is eat an intransitive verb?

Eat is mainly a transitive verb, while it can be intransitive in case of describing a habitual action.

Are read and read the same word?

The verb “read,” pronounced “reed” in the present tense, has “read,” pronounced “red,” as its simple past tense and “read,” pronounced “red,” as its past participle.

Has worked or worked?

“I worked” refers to the past. “I have worked” refers to the past, but the action is likely ongoing or has occurred up to the present moment. I worked in Japan for six years. = I am no longer working in Japan I have worked in Japan for six years.

Has been worked meaning?

It shows an action that started in the past continued without breaks up until now and is still continuing. I have worked here for 20 years. (Present perfect tense). It means the action with a duration of 20 years started and finished at an unspecific time in the past.

Had worked or had been working?

“She had worked for the previous five years with an advertising company” means that she had worked there for 5 years but was not working there anymore. “She had been working for the previous five years with an advertising company” means that she had worked there for 5 years and was still continuing to work there.

When to use has been or had been?

Present perfect ‘have/has been ‘ is used when describing an action completed in the recent past and still assumes importance in the present. We use ‘had been’ when you describe something that happened in the past before something else in the past.