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Agreed or agreed: how to write correctly? In which cases is written consistently, and in which - in a coordinated manner?

  1. Double n in full participles
  2. Condition for doubling n
  3. Double n in adverbs
  4. What are agreed definitions?
  5. Separation of agreed definitions
  6. Finally

The question of how to correctly write the word: “agreed” or “consistently” is connected with the spelling rules of participles and adverbs. Both options are correct, but the choice depends on what part of the speech is meant.

Before us are two sentences: "We acted in concert." / “Meeting decision agreed with management.” We see that in the first case the word has two letters n , and in the second one. Why? The fact is that in the first sentence the word “consistently” answers the question “how, how?” And appears as an adverb. In the second sentence, to the word “agreed” we ask the question “what has been done?”, It manifests itself as short participle. And here the laws of spelling already apply for each part of speech separately. We will understand this.


The letter N in brief participles.

This part of speech has characteristics that combine it with both the adjective and the verb. Ability to have a valid and passive voice, and time participle borrows from the verb, and the ability to have a full and short form it takes from an adjective. In the case when we figured out how to correctly - “agreed” or “consistently” - it’s worth writing the word, we used a sentence with a brief passive participle in the past tense: "The decision of the meeting (what was done with it?) was agreed with the management." For such participles there is a rule: we write them with one letter n . Examples: article read, session delivered, tape viewed, stop checked, etc. Middle-class participles also have one, which are used in impersonal sentences: "The room was filled with smoke." This part of speech has characteristics that combine it with both the adjective and the verb

For participles that are used in full, other rules apply. Consider them.

Double n in full participles

This is how the sacraments are written with the suffix and ending: hooded, hooded: tinted windows, spoiled toddler, spattered floor, uprooted birch, purchased vase, resolved example, met friend, agreed proposal, etc.

Condition for doubling n

Not always, however, the same word is spelled the same. There are a number of conditions affecting the presence or absence of the second letter n in the participle or verbal adjective.

In participles we will write -nn- if there are dependent words next to it: an ironed blouse; clipped hair; loaded the composition, painted the day before yesterday sill, seriously wounded soldier, etc.

But in the same words we will write -n-, if the dependent words are missing: ironed blouse; shorn hair; laden composition; painted window sill, wounded soldier.

Double n in adverbs

“Agreed” or “agreed” - how do you spell it correctly when it comes to adverbs? The following rule works here.

  • Those adverbs that end in -o and are derived from the passive participles and adjectives that have -nn- in are also written with a double letter n . Well, those adverbs that are derived from the words with -n-, respectively, have one n . Examples: what? - excited / how? - excitedly; which one? - sure / how? - confident, etc. In the same way, it is possible to explain how to spell “consistently”: from the passive participle, “coordinated” this adverb received a “inheritance” double n .
  • If an adverb arose from an adjective with one n , then it will have only one: what? - confused / how? - confused; which one? - okay / how? - ok, etc.

- ok, etc

What are agreed definitions?

A sentence with a definition is a sentence in which there is a secondary member answering the questions “which, which and which?” For example: “A fragrant flower has bloomed in the garden”. The word "fragrant" here is the definition. This definition is consistent, that is, it is consistent with the noun “flower” in the genus (male), number (singular), case (nominative). By the way, definitions are combined with lexemes, which are characterized by the method of junction and control, but not about them now. We found out what an agreed definition is.

Separation in the grammar is called punctuation and intonational selection of certain words or syntactic constructions. Stand out and agreed definitions. In what cases?

Separation of agreed definitions

Traditionally, comma definitions are those that are expressed by participles with dependent words, if they are located in a sentence after the word being defined. Example: “Sounds (what?) Flew from the bell towers, filling me with a sense of heavenly sweetness and triumph .” Speech, in other words, is about a sacramental turn, acting as a definition. Here is another proposal with a separate agreed definition: “The travelers saw the temple (which?) Built here last year , and with joyful surprise examined its slender white lines, gilded domes.” We see here that if the common definition is placed inside a sentence, it is highlighted with punctuation marks on both sides. Traditionally, comma definitions are those that are expressed by participles with dependent words, if they are located in a sentence after the word being defined

Finally

Now we know that doubts about how to write are “agreed” or “consistent”, “organized” or “organized”, etc. - resolved simply: it is necessary on the question to find which part of the speech a word belongs to, and act according to the rule for these grammatical units.

Why?
The fact is that in the first sentence the word “consistently” answers the question “how, how?
In the second sentence, to the word “agreed” we ask the question “what has been done?
What was done with it?
Examples: what?
Excited / how?
Excitedly; which one?
Sure / how?
Confused / how?
Confused; which one?
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