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Adverbs of Place
- to indicate where something happened
( upstairs, abroad, here, there, nearby, outside, somewhere, everywhere, in, out, anywhere ...)
Tracy looked for his dog everywhere.
My brother and sister live abroad.
Adverbs of Degree
- to show the strength or degree of the action or state
- they answer the following questions - How much? to what degree?...
( almost, much, too, little, enough, very, extremely, just, fully, so, rather, quite, nearly, hardly, scarcely...)
The teacher rather likes his pupils.
Kevin doesn't have enough money to buy this car.
Adverbs of Manner
- to indicate how something happens or is done
- they are usually found after the verb
- they answer the question - How?
( happily, angrily, terribly, slowly, bravely, loudly, prettily, badly, beautifully, carefully, weakly ,luckily ...)
The old woman walked slowly.
Stella dances beautifully.
Adverbs of Time
- to tell us when an event happened
- to show how long an event lasted and how often it happens
- they often answer the question - When?
( later, now, tomorrow, yesterday, today, soon, afterwards, just, ago, before...)
I met him 4 years ago.
She is waiting for you now.
Adverbs of Frequency
- to show the frequency of the action or state
- they answer the question - How often?
( always, never, often, seldom, usually, sometimes, rarely, normally... )
He often watches comedies.
Alice never goes for a walk in the evening.
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