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  • 1. ADVERBS Gonzalo Smith Sifuentes Zavala
  • 2. Adverb
    • Adverbs modify verbs , adjectives and other adverbs.
    • Adverbs indicate how , when , where , or how often things happen
  • 3.  
  • 4. Adverbs manner time place frequency
  • 5. Adverbs of manner
    • Adverbs of manner usually follow the verbs and any object present.
    • Common adverbs of manner are
  • 6.
    • It answers the questions How?
    • Example:
    • How does Raul read?
  • 7. Example:
    • The rabbit hopped quickly
  • 8.  
  • 9.
    • He answered the question thoughtfully
  • 10. Adverbs of time
    • Adverbs of time normally follow the verb and any object or complement.
    • Common adverbs of time are later , now , soon , then , today , tomorrow , and yestersay.
    • It answer the question When?
  • 11. Example:
    • I`ll see you later .
    • I`m going to call you then
  • 12. Adverbs of place
    • Adverbs of place usually follow the verb and any object.
    • Common adverbs of place are along , away , back , down , there , up , upstairs , downtown , upthere , downthere , here.
    • It answers the question Where?
  • 13. Example:
    • He is going upstairs
  • 14.
    • I`m here.
  • 15. Adverbs of frequency
    • Adverbs of frequency normally occur after be and before others verbs.
    • Common adverbs of frequency are always , never , normally , occasionally , often , rarely , seldom , sometimes , and usually.
  • 16.  
  • 17.  
  • 18. Example:
    • He is usually on time
    • I never buy at the mall
  • 19.
    • Occasionally , often , sometimes and usually can also occur at the beginning , middle , or end of a sentence with no change in meaning.
    • Example:
    • Sometimes she disagrees with me.
    • She sometimes disagrees with me.
    • She disagrees with me sometimes.
  • 20.