Most common adverbs

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rozpocznij naukę
at that time
rozpocznij naukę
a) to the furthest or most complete extent b) correctly
rozpocznij naukę
rozpocznij naukę
perhaps, you are 50% sure that something will / won't happen
of course
rozpocznij naukę
used to indicate that an idea is obvious
rozpocznij naukę
in the morning or before the expected time
rozpocznij naukę
to stress that what somebody says is correct and you agree
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Adverb definition and examples

What is an adverb? An adverb is a word that is used to qualify or modify different types of words. The adverb can change a verb, an adjective, another adverb or a clause. Adverbs are the words that describe how, when, where something happened. Some of the adverbs end in -ly: strongly, carefully, etc. Not all adverbs have this ending. Adverbs are used to provide more information about an event or action. Learn adverbs with our adverbs app to remember the new words easily!

Types of adverbs

There are several types of adverbs in English. An adverb of place is the type of adverb that explains in what place an action happens. It can show the directions, position or distance of an event. An adverb of manner explains how did something happen. An adverb of time explains when did something happen. They usually come last in a sentence. An adverb of frequency explains how often does something occur. There are two types of adverbs of frequency: of definite frequency and indefinite frequency. An adverb of purpose explains why did something happen. The adverbs' position in a sentence may differ. Adverbs are usually placed before the adverb or adjective they modify, while adverbs of place and adverbs of manner are placed at the end of the sentence.

Adverb examples

The list of adverbs that our linguists picked for this lesson includes some of the most common adverbs. This adverbs list will be very useful if you started learning English and want to develop you knowledge. It will help you express your thoughts clearly, tell how, when and where did something happen. Here are some adverb examples you will find in this lesson:
  • 1. adverbs of manner: simply, quickly
  • 2. adverbs of frequency: usually, always
  • 3. adverbs of place: here, there
  • 4. adverbs of purpose: so, however
  • 5. adverbs of time: today, now

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