Some adverbial expression are formed by combining prepositions with nouns

Some adverbial expression are formed by combining prepositions with nouns

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Some adverbial expression are formed by combining prepositions with nouns (or noun phrases),  adjectives (adjective + a noun), adverbs, or a series of words. Note how this is done in the following  examples: Preposition + noun (noun phrase):   D'habitude il arrive en retard . (Generally, he arrives  late.)  à droite  (to the right)  à gauche  (to the left)  à l'heure  (on time) 
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Unformatted text preview: present (now) de temps en temps (from time to time) d'habitude (generally) en retard (late [in arriving]) sans doute (without a doubt) Preposition + adjective: En gnral elle est trs heureuse . (Generally, she is very happy.) d'ordinaire (ordinarily) de nouveau (again) en gnral (generally)...
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