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Adjectives and Adverbs / Adverbials
Adjectives Er ist ein reicher Kunde. He is a rich client.
Adjectives Er ist reich. He is rich.
Adjectives Er sieht reich aus. He looks rich.
Adverbs Sie geht elegant. She walks elegantly.
Adverbs Sie ist ausserordentlich schön. She is extremely beautiful.
Adverbs Sie spielen wirklich gut. They play really well.
Adverbs Hoffentlich werden sie das Spiel gewinnen. Hopefully, they'll win the match.
I cannot see that (clear). I cannot see that clearly.
He smiles (happy). He smiles happily.
It changes (automatic). It changes automatically.
They help you (friendly). They help you in a friendly way / manner.
He does this exercise (daily). He does this exercise daily.
You play tennis (good). You play tennis well.
We (near) got lost. We nearly got lost.
He works (hard). He works hard.
There is (hard) any petrol left. There is hardly any petrol left.
Position in the sentence
Subject Adverb(ial) Object Verb
Subject Adverb(ial) Object Verb
Subject Adverb of frequency Object Verb
she carefully the question asks
She carefully. the question asks
he lies never
He lies. never
he lied never has
He lied. never has
she depressed always is
She depressed. always is
I I every week to the cinema go
I I every week. to the cinema go
Every week to the cinema. go I I
seriously an important question is this
Seriously, an important question. is this
Adverbs as modifiers
He fast. drives rather really pretty terribly
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