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Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on Education, Culture and Social Development (ICECSD 2017)
Adverbial middle detachment is thus called when the adverbial, usually occurring at the beginning or at the end of a clause in general English, is detached to the middle of the clause. Adverbial middle detachment contributes one of the remarkable divergences between general English and academic English. Those sociological discourses in GRE demonstrate this semantic phenomenon. From the standpoints of semantics and discourse analysis, adverbial middle detachment is in possession of cleardoi:10.2991/icecsd-17.2017.26 fatcat:rx7fwf6nljgezi4v6jgmmhieta