Monday, October 1, 2012

Rather as an adverb of degree

October 1, 2012

Rather can be used as an adverb of degree. This use of rather is common in British English. As an adverb of degree, rather has a similar meaning to ‘quite’ or ‘fairly’. However, it is more emphatic. In American English, rather is not normally used as an adverb of degree. With adjectives and adverbs When […]

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