Phrasal-Adverbs – Letter Y (With Prepositions)

–  Prepositional Phrasal-Adverbs – Letter Y  –


From-Year-To-Year – This is an adverbial phrase which is used when comparing things and how they either change or stay the same from one year to the next, or over consecutive years…  “Society as a whole, has consistently shown, from-year-to-year, that, despite the so-called “advancements”, we, as a species are less happy than we have ever been!'”

YearAfter-Year – This phrase is almost the same as “From Year To Year”, but is more focused on the consecutive nature of something rather on the actual time in-between the years…  “Year after year, people come along with inventions and innovations that could release humans from the slave-wage bondage we have been in and ultimately free the earth from the damage that we do to her year in and year out, but we, as a society continually kill these people and suppress their contributions.”

Year-In and Year-Out – This is another phrase like those above, however, this is talking about something which happens seemingly “all the time”, so the focus is on the action that is happening rather than so much on the time…  “Year-in and year-out, I keep hoping that humans will “wake the fuck up!” and realize that they can be much more evolved than they are by simply making the choice to be!”


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