ADVERBS An adverb is a single word or a phrase that tells us more about a verb. There are adverbs of: Manner Frequency Time Degree
Adverbs of manner – FORM: 1.-to make to make an adverb of manner we often add –ly to the adjective. Adjective adverb Quiet quietly 2.-some adverbs of manner are irregular. Adjective adverb. good well 3.-some adverbs of manner as the same as their adjectives.
Adverbs of manner describe how we do something. Adjective adverb. -Alex is a quiet worker -alex works quietly.
Adverbs of time Form Some adverbs of time are: -yesterday-this week - tomorrow -last week -next week -the other day -today -at the moment –tonight -late -early.
USE Adverbs of time tell us when something happened, happens or will happen. Example: I will see you tomorrow Greg came last week
ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY Form 1.-Some single word adverbs or frequency are: -Always -often -sometimes -seldom -usually -never –regularly -rarely -frequently -ocasionally -generally
2.-some adverbial phrases of frequency are: -every day -every week -every month -every morning.
USE 1.-adverbs of frequency tell us how often something happens. 2.-we usually use adverbs of frequency with simple tenses,not progressive tenses. 3.-we use a positive verb with never
EXAMPLES 1.- He goes jogging every day 2.-greg is sometimes later for school. 2.-vicky often ate eggs for supper. 3.-the twins never take Archie to the park
ADVERBS OF PLACE FORM Some adverbs of place are: -low -there -high -deep -long -here
USE Adverbs of place tell us where something happens,happened or will happen. Examples Archie is sitting there.