em 16 de Setembro de 2019
An attitude adverb expresses attitude toward the subject or action described in the sentence. Attitude adverbs are usually used before the subject of the sentence.
Take a look at the following attitude adverbs.
Personally can mean from the speaker’s viewpoint, or in the opinion of the speaker.
Personally, I don’t think I can climb that many stairs.
I can’t understand why people love watching television at night personally, I prefer to read books and chat to friends and family.
This can mean it’s easily understood or it’s quite apparent.
Look, she’s got her hand up, obviously she knows the answer.
He can’t reach the window, obviously he is going to need a ladder.
Apparently can mean as far as one knows, or can see.
Apparently the class starts at 5pm.
I don’t know how to get there, apparently it only takes 20 minutes, so I don’t think it is far.