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Manner adverbs indicate the way in which the action expressed by the verb is performed.

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Manner adverbs constitute a large class of Verb Phrase (VP) adverbs. An example is given in (a), followed by the VP-adverb test in (b):

Example 1

a. Hy bakte fluch in aai
he baked fast an egg
He quickly baked an egg
b. Hy bakte in aai en hy die dat fluch
he baked an egg and he did that fast
He baked an egg and he did that fast
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