Adverbs of Certainty Adverbs of Degree KINDS OF ADVERBS Comparative & Superlative How adverbs are formed Easy English as 123: COMPARISON OF form and Function of Adjectives orders, requests & suggestions Direct and Indirect Speech

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    on Feb 14, 2011
    ADVERBS - FUNCTIONAdverbs modify, or tell us more about other words, usually verbs:ExamplesThe bus moved slowly. The bears ate greedily. Sometimes they tell us more about adjectives:ExamplesYou look absolutely fabulous! They can a...
  • Viewpoint and Commenting
    on Feb 14, 2011
    Adverbs: Viewpoint and CommentingVIEWPOINT AND COMMENTING ADVERBSThere are some adverbs and adverbial expressions which tell us about the speaker's viewpoint or opinion about an action, or make some comment on the action.ViewpointFrankly, I think he...
  • How adverbs are formed
    on Feb 14, 2011
    ADVERBS: How adverbs are formedRules1. In most cases, an adverb is formed by adding '-ly' to an adjective: AdjectiveAdverb cheap quick slowcheaply quickly slowly Examples:Time goes quickly. He walked slowly to...
    on Feb 14, 2011
    KINDS OF ADVERBSADVERBS OF MANNERRuleAdverbs of manner tell us how something happens. They are usually placed after the main verb or after the object.Examples:He swims well, (after the main verb) He ran... rapi...
  • Adverbs of Certainty
    on Feb 14, 2011
    Adverbs of CertaintyADVERBS OF CERTAINTYAdverbs of certainty express how certain or sure we feel about an action or event.UsageCommon adverbs of certainty:certainly, definitely, probably, undoubtedly, surely 1. Adverbs of certainty go befor...
  • Interrogative Adverbs
    on Feb 14, 2011
    Interrogative AdverbsINTERROGATIVE ADVERBSThese are:why, where, how, whenThey are usually placed at the beginning of a question.ExamplesWhy are you so late? Where is my passport? How are you? How much is that c...
  • Adverbs of Degree
    on Feb 14, 2011
     Adverbs of DegreeADVERBS OF DEGREEUsageAdverbs of degree tell us about the intensity or degree of an action, an adjective or another adverb.Common adverbs of degree:Almost, nearly, quite, just, too, enough, hardly, scarcely, completely, very, e...
  • Relative Adverbs
    on Feb 14, 2011
    Relative AdverbsRELATIVE ADVERBSRuleThe following adverbs can be used to join sentences or clauses. They replace the more formal structure of preposition + which in a relative clause:where, when, whyExamples:That's the restaurant where...
  • Adverbs of Time
    on Feb 14, 2011
    Adverbs of TimeADVERBS OF TIMEAdverbs of TimeAdverbs of time tell us when an action happened, but also for how long, and how often.ExamplesWhen: today, yesterday, later, now, last year For how long: all day, not long, fo...
  • Comparative & Superlative
    on Feb 14, 2011
    Adverbs: Comparative & SuperlativeRuleIn general, comparative and superlative forms of adverbs are the same as for adjectives:add -er or -est to short adverbs: AdverbComparativeSuperlative hard late fastharder later fast...
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