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# - distingusih it on test day? In the traditional

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In the traditional Japanese household, most clothing could be packed ( flatly and so it was not necessary to have elaborate closet facilities).

Why is this wrong, the adverb and noun flat right, how can you tell the difference in such a sublte and tricky way by the ETS?
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Re: Modified ETS meaning of adverb or noun, and how do you [#permalink]

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25 May 2003, 22:49
VTay25 wrote:
- distingusih it on test day?

In the traditional Japanese household, most clothing could be packed ( flatly and so it was not necessary to have elaborate closet facilities).

Why is this wrong, the adverb and noun flat right, how can you tell the difference in such a sublte and tricky way by the ETS?
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Flatly does not exist in the same meaning.

It also sound like Flat is an adverb in itself sort of like fast is and I would want to say that Flatly is similar to Fastly, but there are still some traces of Flatly in British Dictionaries.

I'd say it be an adverb; at least in spoken language....

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