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English Grammar

Five Types of Adverbs


There are five types of adverbs.

  1. Adverbs of Degree - states "how much" or to "what degree"
    • Very - He cooks very well.
    • Extremely - She speaks extremely well.
    • Quite - The food was quite good.
    • Barely - There was barely room for everyone in the bus.
  2. Adverbs of Manner -states "how" something happens
    • Fast - The girls walk eagerly to school.
    • Slow - The teacher writes clearly.
    • Calmly - The doctor speaks calmly.
    • Patiently - We wait patiently for the bus.
  3. Adverbs of Frequency - states "how often" something happens
    • Always - We always go to school.
    • Slow - The teacher writes clearly.
    • Calmly - The doctor speaks calmly.
    • Patiently - We wait patiently for the bus.
  4. Adverbs of Time - states "when" something happens
    • Later - I will call her later.
    • Tomorrow - We will go to work tomorrow.
    • Next Week - Are you going to the city next week?.
    • Last Year - We went to Europe last year.
  5. Adverbs of Place - states "where" something happens
    • Under - Can you put your shoes under the bed.
    • Downstairs - We need to take the boxes downstairs.
    • Near - Can you sit near me?
    • South - I live south of the city.

What are adverbs?

Five Types of Adverbs

Types of Adverbs

Adverbs of Degree

Adverbs of Time

Adverbs of Place

Adverbs of Degree Quiz

Adverbs of Manner

Adverbs of Manner List

Adverbs of Manner Quiz

Adverb Spelling Rules

Adverb of Frequency

Adverb of Frequency Chart

Adverb of Frequency Quiz

Adverb of Frequency With The Verb "to be"

Adverb of Frequency Chart