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  • UNIVERSIDAD CENTRAL DEL ECUADOR FACULTAD DE FILOSOFÌA LETRAS Y CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACIÓN ESCUELA DE IDIOMAS CARRERA PLURINLINGÜE TEMA: NOMBRE: KATHERINE CHACÓN THE ADVERBS OCTUBRE 2013
  • A WORD THAT MODIFIES A VERB, AN ADJECTIVE, ANOTHER ADVERB, OR A SENTENCE.
  • the adverbs are divide in five groups • • • • • Adverbs of manner Adverb of time Adverb of frequency Adverb of place Adverb of degree
  • In Spanish, are adverbs of manner those that finish in “mente” ex: fácilmente They answer to the question as: How? Of What way? In English, they finish in “ly “ Ex: quickly Adverbs of Manner
  • The adverbs of manner describe how the action is carried out . • Ex: • slowly Quickly
  • If the adjective ends in “y”, you change the “y” to “i” before adding “ly. Ex: easy Happy easily happily
  • When the adjective ends in “le ”, you change la “e” to “y” . • ex: • Gentle gently
  • These adjectives are adverbs or adjectives, without adding “ly” • • • • Hard Fast Little Very much. she studies hard he drives fast I like it very much • Note: the adverb of “good” is “well”. Ex: He sings well.
  • Adverbs of time • They are the most frequent Today Yesterday Tomorrow Now Soon Lately Ago Late Early  note: they are placed at the end of the sentence.
  • Examples: • • • • • I’m leaving today . He’ll come soon. I’m sorry I’m late. Tow years ago. I woke up early.
  • The adverbs of frequency • These adverbs are the most common: • • • • • • • Always Often Usually Sometimes Seldom Never/ever Also
  • The adverbs of frequency are place: • Behind of verb to be Ex: He is often late • Between the subject and the verb in tense present simple. Ex: I seldom go to the church. • Between the verb “have” and past participle in the present perfect. I have never been to Europe.
  • Adverbs of place. • • • • • • • • • Here There Over there Up Down Everywhere Near Far Where
  • Examples: • Come here! • He lives there. • I looked everywhere. • It’s very far. • Where are you from?
  • The adverbs of quantity. • These adverbs can modify a verb, an adjective, and even to another adverb. • Almost • Very • Rather • Too • Really • So • Only • Enough (this is placed behind of the adjective and the adverb)
  • Examples: • I only want this one • it’s too hot. • I’m very tired. • It isn’t hot enough.