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If "hardly" is an adverb, why is "hardly anyone" grammatically correct? Wouldn't that be an adjective?

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  • If "hardly" is an adverb, why is "hardly anyone" grammatically correct? Wouldn't that be an adjective?


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... why is "hardly anyone" grammatically correct? ... anyone" grammatically correct? Wouldn't that ... so "hardly" (adverb) modifies the adjective ...
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