Tuesday, September 22, 2020

 Adverbs-EnglishGrammar Topics

Adverbs modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.

Adverbs: Learn about Adjectives in this post as part of English Grammar. See also other posts for more details. If possible try to find out for English Grammar Rules. The "English Grammar Rules" can be viewed through the following links.

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An adverb tells more about a verb in the sentence.

  • The fire engine runs fast.
  • Listen to his speech carefully.
  • I browse the web frequently.
  • It rained hard.

Click Here : Possessive Nouns

An adverb describes more about an adjective in the sentence.

  • The news is very surprising!
  • The coffee is extremely hot, so be careful.
  • Nature is really amazing!

Click Here : Singular and Plural Nouns

An adverb modifies another adverb in the sentence.

  • It rains very hard.
  • Computers run much faster these days.
  • I clean my room less frequently because I am busy.

Read Also: Count Nouns vs Non-Count Nouns

Commonly, adjectives can be changed to adverbs by adding 'ly'.

  • slow – slowly
  • quick – quickly
  • comfortable – comfortably
  • loud – loudly
  • clear – clearly

Read Also : 'Be' Verbs

To change adjectives ending in 'y' into adverbs, change the 'y' to 'i' and add 'ly'.

  • happy – happily
  • easy – easily


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