Adverb


Adverb

Here is the List of Adverbs in Alphabetically.

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An Adverb will modify the meaning of a verb, an adjective or another adverb.

Examples :

  • The deer runs very fast.
    (The word fast is an adverb which modifies the verb run)

  • The mango is a very sweet fruit.
    (The word very is an adverb which modifies the adjective sweet)

  • Philips speaks quite clearly.
    (The word quite is an adverb which modifies the adverb clearly)

  • He runs fast.
    (The adverb fast modifies the verb run)

  • I write slowly.
    (The adverb slowly modifies the verb write)

  • The boy speaks clearly.
    (The adverb clearly modifies the verb speaks)

  • Raja writes clearly.
    (The adverb clearly modifies the verb writes)

  • He is purposely late.
    (The adverb purposely modifies the adjective late)

  • She works extremely slowly.
    (The adverb extremely modifies another adverb slowly)

  • He reads fast.
    (The adverb fast modifies the verb reads)

  • The criminal is severely punished.
    (The adverb severely modifies the verb punished)
  • The most common adverbs are those which answer the questions when, where, how, and why.

    Here is the List of Adverbs in Alphabetically.

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