Adverbial phrase is a group of words showing when, how long or how often something happens. Read this article to know how to use them.
The most common adverbs of frequency are ‘never’, ‘hardly ever’, ‘seldom’, ‘sometimes’, ‘often’, usually’, etc. They tell us how often something happens.
Do you know how to form adverbs correctly? This article provides explanations along with many examples of how to use adverbs in English.
Adverbs of manner tell us how something happens. In this article, you’ll learn how to form and use different adverbs of manner.
Comparative adverbs are used for comparing two actions or states. Read this article and learn about some basic rules of forming and using them.
Superlative adverbs are used to make comparisons. Read this article to learn more about how to form and use superlative adverbs.
Adverbs of degree express the intensity, degree, or extent of the verb, adjective, or adverb they are modifying. In this article, you’ll learn how to use them.
Also, as well and too are adverbs and mean ‘in addition’. Either and neither mean the same but for negative statements. Read this article to learn more.
The adverbs about to, already, just, still, yet are used to describe things that are going on, are expected or close to the present time.
Adverbs of place tell us about location, specifying the direction, distance, movement, or position involved in the action. Learn more about them.