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ADVERBS OF TIME

Definition:

Adverbs of time express the time of an action

These adverbs express in which or when an action is done.

Example Sentences

Mrs. Nancy arrived late for the party
The train has already left
We moved into our new house last week
Mr. David never listens to me
They are coming now
I was waiting in the bus stop until 6 p.m.
My brother goes to college in the autumn
It rained heavily last night
Go to bed early
We’ll leave as soon as possible
Never tell a lie
Since my birth, I have been keeping this

Adverbs of Time are usually placed after the verb or after the object if there is one; as,

Examples

I went there yesterday
She is getting married next week

 

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