An adverb is used to modify an adjective, a verb or other adverb. It tells us about an action, or the way something is done.
An adverb can be formed from an adjective by adding the suffix -ly.
Examples Of Adverb
|Drive carefully||She writes neatly|
|He acts cleverly||She gets up early in the morning|
|Westerns can be very exciting||She yelled loudly|
|Drive carefully||Whose car is this?|
Adverbs answer four speciﬁc questions about the verbs, adjectives, and adverbs they modify:
|How?||quickly, gracefully, fluently|
|When?||late, never, tomorrow|
|Where?||there, inside, below|
|How often?||very, well, almost|
Adverb phrases are groups of words that functions as single adverbs to describe the action of the verb.
|The bus arrived on time|
|She draws cartoons like a real cartoonist|
What Is A Simple Adverb?
An adverb used as a simple modifier to convey degree, manner, number, place, or time.
Two Adverbs sometimes go together, joined by the conjunction and; as
|again and again||now and then|
|by and by||once and again|
|far and wide||out and out|
|first and foremost||off and on|
|far and wide||over and above|