2 A word that modifies a verb, an adjective or another adverb.
3 Adverb rules Tells where, when, how, and to what extent Most adverbs end in –ly but not all adverbs, such as tomorrow, together, and today.Adverbs are OPTIONAL in a sentence. Some sentences may have many adverbs, whereas, other sentences may not have any.
4 Adverb examples Where? When? How? To what extent? There Tomorrow Quickly HardlyUp Weekly Softly CompletelyHere Later Beautifully SlightlyDown Early Freakishly Partly
5 Conjunction AdverbsA conjunction adverb is an adverb used as a connecting word between independent clauses in a compound sentence.
6 Conjunction adverb example We planned to arrive at the party at five, however, there was traffic on the highway.
7 Relative adverbs are often used to introduce adjective clauses.
8 Relative adverb example My uncle Leo told us about the time when he got to go see the pyramids in Egypt.
9 Other Examples They drive slowly. The party is to be here. I called them yesterday.The boy spoke well for his age.The sun shone brightly.