It should be something like:. But then the original sentiment of the phrase seems lost, as it's so seldom used.
Is it valid for the adjective "funny" to implicitly modify the noun "the look" that is being received, or is this just another case of standardised bad grammar? Funny is here an adverbwith the meaning 'in an odd or peculiar way'.
This usage is recorded e. It is also recorded in the OED, with the note regional and colloq.
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Viewed times. The following phrases: Looked at me funny Looking at me funny Don't sound grammatically correct, but I hear them as turns of phrase relatively frequently.
It should be something like: Looked at me funnily Looking at me funnily Right? Sam Holmes. Sam Holmes Sam Holmes 5 5 bronze badges.
Why do you think that adverbs need to end in -ly? They don't, you know.
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