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Emperatriz Angulo

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Transcript of KINDS OF ADVERBS (A06)

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli KINDS OF ADVERBS There are several kinds of adverbs: Exercises Here we have some IRREGULAR Adverbs: b) Adverbs of Time: They indicate WHEN something happens.
Normally they follow the verb, object or complement. For example: c) Adverbs of Place: They indicate WHERE something happens. For
example: d) Adverbs of Frequency: They indicate HOW OFTEN something happens. For example: a) Adverbs of manner: They indicate how something happens. They answer the question
HOW? For example: - Shakira sings beautifully. (Adv. of manner) Adj. + ly 1-That teacher treated the students (bad/badly) 2-Could you speak a little more (clear/
clearly) 3-This place is (extreme/extremely) hot. 4-This apple smells(wonderful/wonderfully) 5-My boss works really (hard/hardly) 6-Those guys look (friend/friendly) REMEMBER THAT WHEN WE HAVE NON-ACTION VERBS, WE USE ADJECTIVES, NOT ADVERBS. good
late Adj. well
late Adv. hardly = almost not lately = recently Be careful (1) Be careful (2): Some adjectives
look like adverbs. For example
Friendly, Ugly, Lonely,
Lovely, Silly... - Let's take the exam tomorrow. - Have you ever had a paranormal experience? - He drank two bottles of wine
today. - Walk down for about 3 blocks. - They work away from home. - I saw a shadow over there. - Come here! - He always has milk for breakfast. usually seldom s v between . . . - I am always tired. usually . . . (after the verb Be) USUALLY
SOMETIMES These adverbs of Frequency can come at the beginning, the middle or at the end of a sentence without any change in meaning. -Usually I tend to be moody. -I usually tend to be moody. -I tend to be moody usually
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