An adverb is a word that tells us more about a verb . It "qualifies" or "modifies" a verb (The man ran quickly ). In the following examples, the adverb is in bold and the verb that it modifies is in italics.
But adverbs can also modify adjectives (Tara is really beautiful ), or even other adverbs (It works very well ). Look at these examples:
Adverbs of Degree List
This is an alphabetical list of common single-word degree adverbs.Adverbs of degree can modify verbs, adjectives and other adverbs, and tell us the extent to which something happens.
Adverbs of Time List
This is a list of common single-word time adverbs.Adverbs of time mainly modify verbs and tell us when something happens.
Adverbs of Place List
This is an alphabetical list of common single-word place adverbs.Adverbs of place mainly modify verbs and tell us where something happens.
Adverbs of Manner List
This is an alphabetical list of common single-word manner adverbs.
There are three basic ways to make or "form" a comparative adverb
Adverbs of Frequency
Adverbs of Frequency are adverbs of time that answer the question "How frequently?" or "How often?". They tell us how often something happens.
When an adverb modifies a verb, there are usually 3 possible positions within the sentence or clause
Kinds of Adverbs
Here you can see the basic kinds of adverbs.
We make many adverbs by adding -ly to an adjective,, for example:quick (adjective) > quickly (adverb)careful (adjective) > carefully (adverb)beautiful (adjective) > beautifully (adverb)