Adverbs of Manner
is an adverb that
describes how to or
of manner lies after
main verb or after
• John coughed loudly to attract her
• He grabbed the bottle and drank
Adverb of Time
• He stayed in the John's house all
Adverbs of time are
• My father lived in Australia for a
used to indicate when
(when), how long (how
long) and how often
(how Often) an event
Adverb of Place
Adverbs of place is an adjective used to denote place or
direction in which an event occurs. In the sentence can
be placed after the main verb (main verb) or after the
- They built a house nearby.
- She took the child outside.
frequency used to
often an activity
carried out or an
event occurs. This
adverbs answer the
often" or "How
frequently" of an
activity or event.
• We usuallygo by car.
• She often works at
• There is always some
pollution in the air.
• Limestone was
frequently used as a
Adverb of Degree
Adverbs of degree level or adverb is used to indicate
the intensity or degree of an action (verb), nature
(adjective), or other adverbs (another adverb).
- Laura is a bit tired. She's been working all morning.
- Mark is quite tired. He's been working all day.
- Sarah is very tired. She's had to work late at the office.
Adverb of Probability
Adverbs of probability tell us the likelihood of something
We will win the game. = We will certainly win the
In this sentence certainly shows us the probability.
Adverb of Negation
There are some simple words that
combine with verbs to show the
direction of an action or its position
Adverb of Affirmation
Adverbs of affirmation are those adverbs that are
used to indicate that a statement is true or that in
some other way to affirm it.
Interrogative adverbs are adverbs
are used to ask questions using
question words: why, where, how,
when. Interrogative adverbs usually
placed in front of the phrase the
• - When is the press conference?
• -How many people are coming to the festival?
• How quickly can you read this?
Relative adverbs are adverbs used to
connect sentences or clauses.
Conjunctions used are: where, when,
• - That’s the restaurant where we met for the first time.
• I remember the day when we first met.