Re: English question
|Date:||Wednesday, November 28, 2001, 17:26|
> In my English lessons the following question occured:
> "He voted Liberal." - Is the 'Liberal' an adjective or an adverb?
> I would say it is an adverb since it is part of the verb but on theother
> hand it describes the party.
UK: It is a noun. It is short for "the Liberal Party".
US: It is an adjective. He voted for the candidate who had liberal
In this example, I'd go for the UK usage, as 'Liberal' was capitalised.
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