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They are used to modify verbs, 

adjectives and other adverbs. 
Et:  They go to the stadium

lig.  "They Lisuallyg go to t...
They answer questions like: 
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Adverbs describe and detail
actions or states of being and
can provide a more specific
picture of what is happening.
Aciverbs of | /Ian ner

They express how something
is done. 

Eg:  Open it rapidly! 

She was nicely dressed.
/Åciveriras of Freguency

We use them to indicate how often
things happen. 

EX:  She always works hard. 

They worked the...
/lxdverbs of Time and Place

They specify times and places or
stand in place of adverbials. 

Eg:  l need to see her now
I...
/Ådverbs of degree

They are called intensifiers which
make adjectives and other adverbs
stronger. 

Eg:  We are very hung...
Adverbs of Quantity

 

They tell us about quantity. 

Eg:  She cried a lot. 

She doesn't eat much. 
l worked too much la...
Focusing adverbs

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She put it carefully on the shelf. 
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Adverbs

  1. 1. They are used to modify verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. Et: They go to the stadium lig. "They Lisuallyg go to the stadium Alice is very Charming. He plaays the piano surprisincily very vvell.
  2. 2. They answer questions like: i⁄i⁄f”i(-3/"i( soon ), iA/ /7ere('l. 'here), how rn: .,⁄c-/7 (a / itij/ e), how (bad/ y)
  3. 3. Adverbs describe and detail actions or states of being and can provide a more specific picture of what is happening.
  4. 4. Aciverbs of | /Ian ner They express how something is done. Eg: Open it rapidly! She was nicely dressed.
  5. 5. /Åciveriras of Freguency We use them to indicate how often things happen. EX: She always works hard. They worked there sometimes. l never allow people smoke in my house.
  6. 6. /lxdverbs of Time and Place They specify times and places or stand in place of adverbials. Eg: l need to see her now I'll meet him then. While here, we can see the race. She went upstairs.
  7. 7. /Ådverbs of degree They are called intensifiers which make adjectives and other adverbs stronger. Eg: We are very hungry. lam totally confused. We run fair/ y quickly. Your point of view is absolute/ y wrong l real/ y like it. That”s awful/ y good. She was quite tired.
  8. 8. Adverbs of Quantity They tell us about quantity. Eg: She cried a lot. She doesn't eat much. l worked too much last weekend.
  9. 9. Focusing adverbs ' ”toy iwrgii; lift; to structure what we gy or vi/ i'ite_⁄lc; use them for: a) to single out information. (specially. even, ,oeirticLi/ arly. specifically) b) to express some kind of restriction (just. mere/ y. only, pure/ y) c) to refer back to something. also. either, too
  10. 10. Attitude lVlarkers *sli/ e "lilitjltii to interp ret the everitçs we describe or to ccirivey our atâtiiçtide towards iilieii1,( apparently, blind/ y, clear/ yhopeful/ y, fortunate/ ysurprising/ y,unfortunate ly)
  11. 11. i You spoke convincingly. Carefully. she put it on the shelf. She put it carefully on the shelf. She carefully put it on the shelf. The roof was carefully put in the right position. They don"t always believe what I say We should never have gone there They”re ju_st coming. lam iill using it. Are you im using it?
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