How is “not” spelled with adverbs? The rules of continuous and separate writing
Adverbs in the Russian language are irreplaceable. They greatly enrich and adorn our lives. Great writers and poets could not do without adverbs. Nowadays, people still often use this part of speech. But if the rules of writing adverbs are simple enough, then the use together with the negative particle "can not" cause some difficulties. So how is it right to write: merged or separated? How do you spell "not" with adverbs? The rules for writing "not" are easy enough and can help you figure it out.
In what cases is “not” written with adverbs together?
- There are words that are not used separately with "not". For example, sloppy, ridiculous, inevitable. It's easy enough to check: if you remove "not", then the word loses its meaning and meaning.
- Also “not” is written together with an adverb, if it is derived from a pronoun: nowhere, nowhere, nowhere, nothing, nothing.
- Together with otymenny adverbs (casually, inappropriately, reluctantly, unwillingly, not far away). For example, there were clouds nearby; speak out of place.
When is "not" written separately?
- If there is an opposition to the union a. For example, not hot, but cold; not beautiful, but just terrible; not much, but very little. It is worth considering that not always the opposition “a” is required for opposition, it can often be implied and expressed by other unions or not expressed at all.
- If there is an explanatory word with "not" before an adverb, it serves to reinforce the negative (it is not at all close to go). Explanatory words are: "not at all", "not at all", "far from", "not at all" and so on.
- If you see an adverb that is written with a hyphen, then the negative particle should be written separately. For example, on the street, the weather is not winter-like.
- If the adverb is comparatively. (he is not weaker than others; she speaks no worse than the others)
- Separately with the words: not here, not quite, not so, not today, not otherwise, not necessary, not sorry, and so on. That is, with predicative, adverbial adverbs "not" is written separately.
- "Not" is written separately with adverbial expressions, such asout of proportion, not to good, out of place.
How do you spell "not" with adverbs ending in -o and -e?
It is written together if this part of speech does not serve for denial, but expresses a definition of a concept. For example, to live well (well), remember unexpectedly (abruptly, suddenly). You can check the merged spelling in the same way as with adjectives that are written together with “not”, choosing a synonymous word to the words. However, one should not forget that the same adverbs are already written separately with “not”, if there is an opposition. If a synonymous word cannot be picked up, then “not” is written separately with an adverb (for example, not naively).Writing is not with adverbs on -o and -e. Examples
|He's a little crazy||She passed not much, but only half a stop.|
|Not long to wait||
Walk is not long, but not enough
|Not far to go||
It was not far to go, but very close
How do you spell "not" with adverbs depending on the context
Not in all cases the negative particle is written with an adverb on -o or -e together, if you can pick up a synonym and there is no opposition. Here context also plays a role. The emphasis is on either denial or approval. You can say "it was not far" (close) or "it was not far" (denial of what was far). In the first case, emphasis is placed on approval, and in the second, on denial.This is exactly the case when you decide whether to merge or separately use “not” with adverbs. How to write? You can only decide on the context or depending on what color you want to give your proposal.
How not spelled with adverbs given in sentences?
- It is very (not) clear whether there will be results soon.
- I (not) in a hurry wanted to get out of here.
- (Do not) why do you look at this movie.
- Yesterday it was (not) cool, but rather just warm and windless.
- All that we have gone through is completely (not) forgotten.
- (Not) it was quite easy for me to make the cake.
- I was (not) sorry to say goodbye to all the pictures.
- I (not) easier from the knowledge gained.
- It is still (un) clear how "not" is written with adverbs.
- (Not) for good was that dream.
- They met us (not) as a friend.
- Let's finish (not) today.
- (Not) in the midst of sitting in one place in the lesson.
- (Do not) need to help me.
- (Not) it was probably interesting to walk in the park.
- What has been said (not) loudly is heard the loudest.
- (Not) the old way I finally got dressed.
- Not at all (not) terrible.
- (Not) touch the glass.
- (Not) by chance you suddenly began to behave this way.
- Dont clear.
- There is no need.
- Not cool
- Not forgotten.
- Not really.
- No pity.
- Not any easier.
- Not good.
- Not as a friend.
- Not today.
- Do not.
- Not the old way.
- Not terrible.
- By chance
- Not by chance.