Sentences with manner adverbials showing semantic blend with result can occur in the construction “Verb + De complement”
Zhànshi bǎ shǒuzhōng de qiāng wò de jǐnjǐnde.
(The soldiers held the guns tightly in their hands.
Zhànshimen zhàn de bǐzhí.
(The soldiers stood straight.)
Tā bǎ sì gè dà zì xiě de gōnggōngzhěngzhěng de.
(He wrote the four Chinese characters very neatly.)
Lǎo tàitai bǎ qiánbāo zhuā de sǐsǐde.
(The old lady clutched her purse tightly)
Tāmen bǎ fángjiān dǎsǎo de hén chèdǐ.
(They cleaned the room very thoroughly.
Lǎoshī bǎ zhègè cí de yòngfa gěi wǒmen jiǎng de hěn zǐxì.
(The teacher explained to us the usage of this word in great detail.)
Lǐ lǎoshī bǎ xuéshengmen de zuòye pīgǎi de hěn zǐxì.
(Teacher Li corrected his students’ homework very carefully.)
It stands to reason that some manner adverbials have the implication of result or intensification. When a person conducts an action in a certain manner, the participants involved (the subject, object, or instrument) will be affected in a way related to the meaning of manner, thus a certain result ensues. For instance, in (1b), the verb ‘zhàn’ (stand) is a posture verb, the subject referent is both agentive and affected, for he could control his action and posture (thus agentive), and chooses to obtain the state, and as a result he is in the state of ‘zhàn de bǐzhí’ (stand straight), so he also has the semantic role of being ‘affected’. In (1c), the old lady clutches her purse tightly, thus the object ‘purse’ is in such a resultative state of being held so firmly that it would be very difficult to get it out of her hand. Realizing the semantic blend of the notion of manner and result or intensification (relating to degree, when an action is conducted to a certain degree, a resultative state obtains, too), we can understand why the construction with an adverbial modifier can be transformed into the construction of De complement, as shown by the sentences of (1).
 Loar, J. K. (2011). Chinese syntactic grammar: functional and conceptual principles. New York: Peter Lang.