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What is Adverb ? | Incrediblecaffe

What is Adverb ? | Incrediblecaffe

What is an Adverb

 

What is an Adverb?:- The word describing the characteristics of Verb, Adjective, or any other Adverb is called Adverb.

Example:-

Rita sang sweetly.

This pen is good.

He ran too quickly. 

 

Kinds of the adverb

Adverbs have the following main distinctions.

 

  1. Adverbs of Time 
  2. Adverbs of Frequency  
  3. Adverbs of Manner  
  4. Adverbs of Place  
  5. Adverbs of Degree  
  6. Interrogative Adverbs  
  7. Adverbs of Negation and Affirmation    
  8. Adverbs of Reason  
  9. Relative Adverbs  

1.Adverbs of Time:- Adverbs of Time gives the sense of the time of editing of the verb.

 

Example:-

We are happy today.

She was with me yesterday.

He will come tomorrow.

They will do it now.

2.Adverbs of Frequency:- Adverbs of Frequency give a sense of how often an action will happen, how often it happens, or how often it happens.

Example:-

He is always happy.

She is never late.

I go there daily.

They come once a month.

   

3.Adverbs of Manner:- The words that come from these sentences slowly, loudly, sweetly, clearly describe how the work was done or the manner in which it was done. So it is called Adverbs of Manner.

 

Example:-

He walked slowly.

She sang sweetly.

They speak loudly.

I write clearly.

4.Adverbs of Place:- Adverbs of Place tell where the work happened, where it is happening, or where it will happen.

 

Example:-

Come here.

Don’t go there.

We are going down.

He is going outside.

5.Adverbs of Degree:- Adverbs of Degree gives a sense of the intensity of Adjective or Adverb.

 

Example:-

Tom is very tall.

She is almost ready.

I am quite happy.

That is all right.

 

6.Interrogative Adverbs:- Interrogative Adverbs have the ability to ask questions.

 

Example:-

How do you do it?

Why does he cry?

When did he come?

Where do you live?

 

7.Adverbs of Negation and Affirmation:- For an affirmative answer to a question, yes, surely, certainly, etc. are used. These are called Adverbs of Affirmation. Again, no, no, never, etc., are used for negative answers. These are called Adverbs of Negation.

8.Adverbs of Reason:-  Relative Adverbs modify the verbs that follow them and also join two sentences together.

 

Example:-

This is the house where he lived.

Let me know when you will come.

I don’t know the reason why he left the place. Do you know how he will act?

I don’t know how much he has.

9.Relative Adverbs:- Relative Adverbs modify the verbs that follow them and also join two sentences together.

Example:-

This is the house where he lived.

Let me know when you will come.

I don’t know the reason why he left the place. Do you know how he will act?

I don’t know how much he has.

 

 

 

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