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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+Verb||Subject+ verb + complement|
|The children are playing outside.||I haven't seen Mariah here.|
|I 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.|
|The boat sailed eastwards.||Peter went downstairs to open the door.|
|Look above! There is a huge shining star.|
|He couldn't find her. He looked for her everywhere.||My father is going outside.|
|How to build new adverbs:|
| anywhere, everywhere, nowhere, somewhere, backwards, westwards, 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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