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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #113322: Adverbs of place
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    Adverbs of place

    Adverbs of place: Adverbs of time: Adverbs of manner:

    Where does Catherine live?

    When did you meet her?

    How does she speak English?

    She lives nearby. I met her yesterday. She speaks English fluently.

    Let's have a look at adverbs of place!

    After the verb:After the complement:
    Subject+VerbSubject+ verb + complement
    The children are playing outside.haven't seen Mariah here.
    am going home.Uncle James built a villa nearby.
    A- Far places:
    Los Angeles is 122 miles away.Pennsylvania and Philadelphia are 712 miles apart.
    B- Directions:
    The boat sailed eastwards.Peter went downstairs to open the door.
    C- Locations:
    Look above! There is a huge shining star.
    D- Places:
    He couldn't find her. He looked for her everywhere. My father is going outside.
    How to build new adverbs:
    anywhere, everywhere, nowhere, somewhere, backwardswestwards, eastwards, forwards, southwards

    homewards, upwards etc.

    1-I'm sure I have left my passport somewhere.

    2-I searched for my grammar book everywhere.

    3-Have you seen my cell phone anywhere?

    1-The ship sailed westwards.

    2-She came forward(American English)


    The adverb is sometimes at the beginning of the sentence:


    1-Here are the novels you wanted.

    2-Here comes the train. 


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    My family has been living for several years.


    My little dog is hiding .


    I can't find my little cat! I have looked for it .


          James is going to study English language and literature. 

    The plane flew , encountering a heavy thunderstorm. 


    The new stadium is .


    I am certain that I have left my keys .


    In order to succeed in life, you should always go .


    Please don't worry about him, he is playing .


    I am fed up, I would like to go else.


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