• “Hardly”: spelling

    Victoria Matyushkina
    Victoria Matyushkina
    December 6, 2011
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    “Hardly”: spelling

    Even literate people sometimes make mistakes. In the modern world, by writing a person, one can judge his education, intellect and upbringing. Without a correct letter you can’t do at work when writing statements and explanatory and even in personal life when meeting a girl or young person on a social network. In this article, we will understand what particles are, what group the “li” particle belongs to, and how to write particles like “hardly” and “something”.

    Particles: role, functions

    The particle is the service part of speech in Russian. It is used to give different semantic and stylistic nuances to words, phrases and sentences. Particles can also express modal relations in statements with denial, affirmation, or obligation.

    The particles give an emotional coloring to the verbal expression of surprise, admiration or delight. To do this, according to their characteristics, particles are divided into classes:

    • amplifying (even, because, well, that, and, neither)
    • restrictive (only)
    • forefingers (here, this, out)
    • interrogatives (really, unless, whether, already, and)
    • doubtful (hardly, hardly, hardly, perhaps)
    • exclamations (like that)
    • negative (far from, not at all, not at all, not)

    There is a special group of particles that serve to form new words and their forms. These are particles:

    • to indicate inclinations or shades of verbs (would, let, let it be, yes, -as)
    • indefinite (somehow, ever, something)
    • particle “not” expressing negation. It can assume the function of a prefix and form a word with the opposite meaning: good is bad, friend is foe, cheerful is sad.

    Particles differ from prepositions and conjunctions in their mobility and ability to combine with various words. Particles are an independent word and, in most cases, with the word to which they refer, are written separately.

    Spelling particles "li"

    The rule of the Russian language says: the particle "li" is written separately with the exception of some words (example: really).


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