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私は よく しちじに うちに かえります It is safe to place the frequency adverb before what it directly modifies. In this sentence what happens よく is しちじにうちにかえる not just うちにかえる ("Going home" would happen oftener than よく.) so you place よく before しちじにうちにかえります. For example, compare [山田君]{やまだくん}は[学校]{がっこう}であまり[勉強]{べんきょう}しません。 山田君はあまり学校で勉強しません。 Both mean Yamada-kun ...


自分は死ぬ前に一目思う女に逢いたいと云った。 自分は死ぬ前に思う女に一目逢いたいと云った。 There is no difference in meaning and both are just as fine, since the two words 死ぬ前に and 一目 are just as strongly related as 一目 and 逢いたい, though the former sounds more dramatic and the latter sounds a little too plain to me. I think 一目 is more emphasized when placed right after 死ぬ前に.


「[自分]{じぶん}は[死]{し}ぬ[前]{まえ}に[一目思]{ひとめおもう}う[女]{おんな}に[逢]{あ}いたいと[云]{い}った。」 The part that you are misreading is 「一目思う女に逢いたい」, which can be rephrased as 「思う女に一目逢いたい」. 「一目」 modifies「逢いたい」, and not 「思う」. In fact, it is impossible to "一目思う a person" in the first place; It just makes no sense. 「一目会いたい」 is a common set phrase meaning "to want to see someone even ...


Terminology First of all some remarks on the terminology used. Adverb (副詞) is the usual definition as it can be found in dictionaries. The other two words require some more thought. It seems 時相名詞 is a technical term used by jumandic, a dictionary for morphological parsers. Here's the only insight I could find: ...


You seem to have everything right. Would ゆっくり食べる mean to eat slowly? Yes. How does one eat firmly/for certain. Could easily mean thoroughly. As in chewing properly. Furthermore how does one eat exactly, regularly. Same as above

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