anonymous
  • anonymous
Can someone explain Adverbs to me?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
An adverb is a word used to tell more about a verb, and it almost always answers the questions how?, when?, where?, how often?, and in what way?. Words like slowly, loudly, carefully, quickly, or sadly are all adverbs. Adverbs usually, but not always, end in -ly. Examples of adverbs in a sentence: How did the man walk? The man walked slowly. How did the dogs bark? The dogs barked loudly. An adverb can also modify (describe) an adjective or another adverb. Examples: Adverb modifying a verb: He writes well Adverb modifying another adverb: He writes very well Adverb modifying an adjective: He is very well
anonymous
  • anonymous
An adverb is a word used to tell more about a verb, and it almost always answers the questions how?, when?, where?, how often?, and in what way?. Words like slowly, loudly, carefully, quickly, or sadly are all adverbs. Adverbs usually, but not always, end in -ly. Examples of adverbs in a sentence: How did the man walk? The man walked slowly. How did the dogs bark? The dogs barked loudly. An adverb can also modify (describe) an adjective or another adverb. Examples: Adverb modifying a verb: He writes well Adverb modifying another adverb: He writes very well Adverb modifying an adjective: He is very well

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