Adverb and kinds of adverb advance english grammar

Adverb and kinds of adverb advance english grammar

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Adverbs and kinds of adverbs advance English grammar.

: Adverb 

An adverb is a word that tells the meaning of a verb, an adjective or with another adverb an adjective or another adverb.

For example, how, how much, how far. 

Sometimes adverb standing at the beginning of the sentence defines the whole sentence rather than any particular word. 

For example

Probably Ahmed is mistaken

Indeed, you are wrong 

The facts are incorrect

Unfortunately, he lost his mobile

Luckily he escaped the accident

Kinds of adverbs

 Adverb of time 

This kind of adverb is used to show the time. 

For example, it generally shows when 

Ali comes here daily 

Mr Awan formerly lived here 

He hurt his knee yesterday

Adverb of Frequency

This type of adverb shows how often action is performed

Ahmed often makes mistakes

Aslam has told you twice 

Ali always tries to do his best

Rahul frequently comes unprepared

Adverb of place 

This type of adverbs show the action where 

For example 

Come here 

Go there 

My cousin is out 

Walk forward

Anand looked up 

Adverb of manner

This types of adverb show how or in what manner 

For example

Ali reads clearly 

The Sindhis fought bravely 

He slept soundly

He works hard 

Adverb of Quantity or degree

This type of adverbs show how much or in what degree or to what extent

For example

Ahmed was so careless 

He is so glad 

He sings pretty well 

He is as ta as Ahmed

He was quite wrong

He is fully prepared

Interrogative adverb 

This type of adverb is used to ask any question in the sentence

For example

Where is he 

When did Ali come 

Why are you late 

How high is Islamabad

Relative adverb

This type of adverb show or relates or refers back to its antecedent house just like the relative pronoun 

For example

This is the reason why he left 

Do you know the time when the Sindh express arrives

Simple adverb 

These types are of adverb is used to modify the meaning of a verb adjective or an adverb 

For example

He can hardly believe it 

How brightly the stars shine 

He was quite wrong

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