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An Adverb :



An adverb is a word that limits or adds to the meaning of a verb, an adjective or mother adverb. It usually gives information about manner, time, place, cause or degree. In grammatical terms, an adverb “modifies” a verb, an adjective or another adverb.

1. Rahim drives carefully. (The adverb says how Rahim drives. It modifies the verb “drives”.)

2. They will leave tomorrow. (The adverb gives information about the time of the action. It modifies the verb “will leave”.)

3. The bus stops here (The adverb says where the bus stops. It modifies the verb 4. “stops”.)

5. You are quite right. (The adverb modifies the adjective “right”.)

6. She spoke very well. (The adverb “very” adds to the meaning of another adverb “well”.)

Sometimes an adverb adds to the meaning of a whole sentence.

1. He will probably come this evening.
2. Luckily, no one was hurt.































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