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Published on January 10, 2010

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ADVERBS : ADVERBS KINDS OF ADVERBS Look at these sentences : Look at these sentences The old man walked slowly. Rita sang sweetly. The horse runs fast The children played happily. In all these sentences the words in green show us how the action (in red) is done : In all these sentences the words in green show us how the action (in red) is done How did the old man walk?-- slowly How did Rita sing?--sweetly How does the horse run?-- fast How did the children play?—happily The adverbs slowly, sweetly, fast and happily add something to the meaning of the verbs walked, sang, runs and played. These adverbs are called Adverbs of Manner as they show the manner in which some action is done. Now look at these sentences---- : Now look at these sentences---- Henry came yesterday. My fathers comes home late. He will come soon. I shall visit my grandma tomorrow. The adverbs in these sentences show when the action is done. When did Henry come?When does my father come home? When will he come?When shall I write a letter to her? : When did Henry come?When does my father come home? When will he come?When shall I write a letter to her? The words yesterday, soon, late and tomorrow add something to the meaning of the verbs came, will come, comes and shall write. They tell us when the action is done Such adverbs are called Adverbs of Time : Such adverbs are called Adverbs of Time Adverbs of Time answer the question: ‘when?’ Here are some more sentences. Let us look at them : Here are some more sentences. Let us look at them We looked up. The sky is above. He lives here. My mother is going upstairs. The adverbs in these sentences show us ‘where’ the action is done. Where did we look?– upwhere does he live?- herewhere is the sky?- abovewhere is my mother going?- upstairs : Where did we look?– upwhere does he live?- herewhere is the sky?- abovewhere is my mother going?- upstairs The words up, here, above and upstairs add something to the meaning of the verbs looked, is, lives and is going . They tell us ‘where’ the action is done. Such adverbs are called Adverbs of Place Finally, let us observe these sentences : Finally, let us observe these sentences This flower is very beautiful. These mangoes are almost ripe. The master treated the servant most cruelly. She speaks rather loudly. The word ‘very’ is used with the Adjective ‘beautiful’ and it tells us how (or to what degree) beautiful the flower is.The word ‘almost’ is used with the adjective ’ripe’ and tells us how ripe the mangoes are. : The word ‘very’ is used with the Adjective ‘beautiful’ and it tells us how (or to what degree) beautiful the flower is.The word ‘almost’ is used with the adjective ’ripe’ and tells us how ripe the mangoes are. The word ‘rather’ is used with the Adverb slowly and tells us how slowly she speaks. The word ‘most’ is used with the Adverb ‘cruelly’ and tells us how cruelly the master treated the servant. The Adverbs very, almost, rather, and must show in what degree or to what extent and are called Adverbs of Degree : The Adverbs very, almost, rather, and must show in what degree or to what extent and are called Adverbs of Degree Thus, we have seen that there are Four kinds of Adverbs--- Adverb of Manner Adverb of Time Adverb of place and Adverbs of Degree. EXERCISE-1: UNDERLINE THE ADVERBS IN THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES AND CLASSIFY THEM AS ADVERBS OF MANNER, TIME, PLACE OR DEGREE : EXERCISE-1: UNDERLINE THE ADVERBS IN THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES AND CLASSIFY THEM AS ADVERBS OF MANNER, TIME, PLACE OR DEGREE 1. Time flies fast. _________________ 2. All the children played inside._______ 3. We won the match easily.__________ 4. He is extremely careless.__________ 5. I have looked for the book everywhere.__________.

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