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Many adverbs are formed by adding –ly to an adjective Note : There are some adjectives also end in –ly, including costly, manly, deadly, friendly, lively, and timely. These are not adverbs
Forming comparative and superlative adverbs Ly adverbs: I speak English more fluently now than last year. Jack is the most quietly student. He drives less carefully than his brother.
Other adverbs : He worked harder than ever before. He is the fastest runner on the competition. He came earlier than always.
Con you tell me where is the adjective and where is the adverb?! I’ll catch the early train. I woke up early this morning. This is the adj. because it comes before the n. This is the adv. because it comes after the v.
Irregular adverbs : Her house is farther than mine. Our team played worstof all. Her hand writing is better than her friend.
Position of adverbs : Adverb of manner : it comes after the verb or at the end of the sentence. She sneaks quietly out of the house. Their teacher speaks quietly. Adverb of time : -It usually come at the end of the sentence. I will tell you the story tomorrow. -But if you want to emphasis on the time you should put it at the beginning of the sentence. Tomorrow, I will tell you the story . Adverb of place : -It comes after the direct object. I didn’t see him here. -If there is no object it comes after the main verb He stayed behind.
Adverb of degree : - It comes before what it modifies. The exam was so difficult . It was too hot. Adverb of frequency : -It comes before the main verb. I always get up at 6:00. -Or between the auxiliary and the main verb. He doesn’t always play tennis. Mandy can usually play football on Sundays. -Or after the verb to be. Susan is never late. -The adverbs often, usually, sometimes and occasionally can go at the beginning of the sentence. Sometimes, I go swimming. -The adverbs rarely and seldom can go at the end of a sentence. He eats fish very seldom .
Order of adverbs: There is a basic order in which adverbs will appear when there is more than one
Exercise: 1- Find the adjective in the first sentence and fill the gap with the adverb: