Kinds Of Adverbs
|Kinds Of Adverbs||Examples|
|Adverbs of manner|
Adverbs of place
Adverbs of time
Adverbs of frequency
Adverbs of degree
Adverbs of interrogative
Adverbs of relative
|quickly, bravely, fast, happily, hard, well|
by, down, there, here, up, near, far, high
now, soon, still, then, today, tomorrow, yet
always, ever, never, occasionally, often, once, sometimes, twice
certainly, definitely, luckily, surely
fairly, hardly, rather, quite, too, very
when? where? why? how?
when, where, why
Adverbs Of Manner
- She can sing beautifully.
- The little boy can run fast.
- He studies his lesson lazily.
- She said goodbye to me sadly.
- She said goodbye sadly to the whole members of the community.
- She sadly said goodbye to me.
- She sadly goodbye to the whole members of the community.
- All passengers flying to Copenhagen are kindly requested to wait in Gate Number Ten.
- He kindly offered me to take his seat.
- The man generously treated us a drink.
- I'm sorry I have to write my resignation letter before I promote you.
Adverbs Of Place
- Please sit down here.
- I saw her standing there.
- The birds are flying so high.
- The durians fell down.
Adverbs Of Time
- Finally my father gave up smoking.
- My father gave up smoking finally.
- I'll post it tomorrow.
- We'll soon deliver your order.
- We have recently received your mail.
- We'll fix the problem immediately.
- He hasn't finished reading the book yet.
- I'm still loving you.
Adverbs Of Frequency
- The students always come in time for school.
- I'll never mean to hurt you.
- She is always happy to be with me.
- The 9 year old boy sometimes has to work for food.
- She often calls me when she misses me at night.
- I will always love you.
- Actually he doesn't love her. He just wants her money.
- Perhaps she doesn't realize it.
- He is possibly cunning.
- Fortunately her father begins to suspect him of it.
- Finally he is sure of it.
- Certainly he is going to let his daughter know about it.
- Honestly he is going to tell her what he is sure of.
Adverbs Of Degree
- It's almost done.
- You're absolutely right.
- The man drives the car too fast.
- He can speak English far better than me.
- when : ( at what time? )
- where : ( in what place? )
- why : ( for what reasons? )
- how : ( in what way? )
- When do you usually go to work? | At 7.30.
- Where were you born? | I was born in Copenhagen.
- why did you that lazy man?
- How did you come here? | By bus.
- The city where we live is beautiful.
- I don't know why she left me.
- My grandfather forgot when he married my grandmother.
The Order Of Adverbs of Manner, Place and Time
- We always live happily anywhere any time.
- They were waiting anxiously the whole night.
- I will be home tonight.
The Position Of Adverbs In Two or More Word Verbs
- My father doesn't always have to work on Saturdays.
- My car has probably been fixed.
- She has never seen her mother.
- After her mother's death, she has always lived with her grandmother.
- They lived .... ever after.
- Don't work too ....
- She can speak English ....
- I'm going to post it ... morning.
- The little boy can run very ....