Adverbs are words that describe or qualify the meaning of verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. Some adverbs are also used to describe clauses or sentences. Some adverbs are usually words that answer questions with how.
There are eight kinds of adverbs. Let's see the following tables.
Adverbs of manner are usually used to describe in what way something is done. Let's see the following examples.
Adverbs of place are usually used to describe the location/place. Let's see the following examples.
Adverbs of time are usually put at the beginning or at the end of a sentence / a clause. Let's see the following examples.
Adverbs of frequency are usually used to describe how often something is done. Let's see the following examples.
These adverbs are usually used to modify the whole sentence/clause. It is also used to express opinion. Let's see the following examples.
Adverbs of degree are used to modify adjectives or other adverbs. They are usually put before the adjectives or adverbs. Let's see the following examples.
The followings are interrogative adverbs :
Let's use them in sentences.
Let's see relative adverbs (when, where, why) in sentences.
When we use three adverbs of manner, place and time in one sentence. We usually follow the following rules.
Manner + Place + Time
Let's see the following examples.
We sometimes use two or more verbs in a sentence. In this case we usually put the adverb after the first part of the verb. Let's see the following examples.
Note : The adverbs are printed in green. The verbs are underlined.
In this exercise you have to complete the sentences with the adverbs provided.
well fast happily hard tomorrow