What are Adverbs?🤷♀️ 🤷
An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Many adverbs🔚 end "-ly."
She swims quickly.🏊♀️
(The adverb "quickly" tell us how she"swims.")
She is an extremely quick 🏊♀️swimmer.
(The adverb "extremely" describes the adjective "quick.")
She swims extremely 🏊♀️quickly.
(The adverb "extremely" describes the adverb "quickly.")
What do adverbs do?🤔
When an adverb 🗣describes a 👉🏼verb, it tells us how🤷, when⏰, where📍, how often🔄, or how much the action is performed.
Here are some examples of adverbs describing verbs:
How: He ran quickly.🏃♀️
When: He ran yesterday.⬅️
Where: He ran here.⬇️
How often: He ran daily.📆
How much: He ran fastest.⛹️♀️💨
Types of adverbs:
Adverbs of manner:
These are the words 📝 used to describe🗣 the way that something is done.
Some of the most common adverbs of manners are:
Adverbs of place🗺
It usually describes where something happens. These adverbs can refer to directions➡️ ⬅️ ⬆️ ⬇️, distances 📏, or the position of an object.
Some of the most used adverbs of place are:
Adverbs of time⏰ 🕰
Adverbs of time describe when📅 things happen, for how⏳ long they happened, or even for how 🔃 frequently an action happened.
The most common adverbs of time are:
Adverbs of frequency🔂
The main use of the adverbs of frequency is to describe how often 🔂 an action occurs, or how many times 1️⃣ 2️⃣ 3️⃣ 4️⃣ 5️⃣ 6️⃣ 7️⃣something has happened.
These are the most used adverbs of frequency:
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