What Part Of Speech Is "Anyway" In The Sentence, I'm Going To Eat It Anyway?


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"Anyway" in English Grammar is an adverb meaning "in any case or nonetheless". I hope you have understood and to further know about this please click on the link:
Anyway in English grammar
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I noticed that your "What Part Of Speech Is "Anyway" In The Sentence, I'm Going To Eat It Anyway?" page (http://education.blurtit.com/238681/what-part-of-speech-is-anyway-in-the-sentence-im-going-to-eat-it-anyway) is currently linking to https://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/grammar/g_spelhomo.html, a helpful writing guide from Purdue’s Online Writing Lab. Unfortunately, the guide is no longer available and the link is broken. I love the guide as well, and have found an archive of it at https://proofexchange.com/spelling-purdue-owl that you could share instead.

I hope you find this helpful. And either way thank you for continuing to produce great resources.


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