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Learning the correct usage of English adverbs.
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  English Adverbs Learning the English Adverbs  is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you practice the subject, the closer you get to mastering the English language. But first we need to know what the role of Adverbs is in the structure of the grammar in English.English adverbs are part of speech. enerally they!re words that modify any part of language other than a noun. Adverbs can modify verbs, adjectives including numbers#, clauses, sentences and other adverbs. The adverb  tells you ( how, why, when, where ) something happened. Usually an adverb is formed from an adjective , and you simply need to add the suffix (- ly ): quick  becomes quickly , easy  becomes easily  (note that y becomes i before adding ly ), happy  becomes happily ...ote that some adverbs don!t need to tae (- ly ), lie: hard , fast  #etc    $dverbs can come before adjective : %e is actually tall. $dverbs can come before other adverbs  if they!re modifying them: she pushed him really   hard . $dverbs can modify nouns  it!s really  a nice house , as you have noticed there is an ad&ective bet'een (really) and (a house).-ome adverbs indicate intensity (ho' strong or intense something 'as): almost, entirely, extremely, highly, partially, practically, strongly, totally, very  # entirely  agree 'ith you, 'e strongly  recommend this 'ebsite.-ome adverbs indicate duration (ho' long something happened): briefly, forever, shortly, permanently, temporarily #he can!t 'ait for you forever  , she 'ould lie to live in the U$ permanently , but is temporarily  'oring in *apan.-These adverbs indicate a degree of fre+uency or ho' many times you do something #, 'e 'ill start 'ith the most fre+uent, and 'e 'ill end 'ith the least fre+uent: Always, constantly, usually, generally, normally, regularly, often, frequently, sometimes, periodically, occasionally, now and then, once in a while, rarely, seldom, hardly ever, almost never, never  . $lso you can use the expressions: daily  (every day), weekly  (every 'ee), monthly  (every month), yearly  (every year) # %e usually  speas nglish, but sometimes  he speas panish 'ith his 'ife, and once in a while  speas erman 'ith his friend from ermany, but never   speas ussian because he can!t spea it. %e travels to /exico monthly  or every two months  'ith his 'ife because he lives in Texas.-ome adverbs can indicate the manner in 'hich something 'as done or happened, usually this ind of adverbs tae (- ly ): badly, quickly, beautifully, smoothly  #The cae 'as decorated beautifully  and everything 'as going smoothly , the coo 'as trying to cut the cae quickly , but he dropped it on the floor, so his day ended badly .-$dverbs of place are: here, there, inside, outside, upstairs, downstairs # xamples: 0e 'ill stay here  'ith you, 'hile the rest stays there , 'e feel 'arm inside , but  thin our friends outside  'ill need some umbrellas because it!s raining,  'ill go and loo for them downstairs  and if  don!t find them  'ill loo upstairs .-$dverbs of probability are used to express ho' liely it is for something to happen: Probably, certainly, definitely, maybe, perhaps, possibly …  ote that probably, maybe, perhaps, possibly mean that the person is not sure if the thing 'ill happen or 'ill be done.- 0ill you come to the party1 - Probably 2 (it means maybe  'ill come, and maybe not, other similar expressions are maybe, perhaps,  possibly #) - 3an you call me if you!re not coming to the party1- Definitely 2 (also certainly can be used, 'hich means that !m sure that ! 'ill call 'hether  decide to come to the party or not).   -ome adverbs indicate time, such as: today, yesterday, now, later, soon, already, still, finally # xamples: inally   school is opening today , yesterday  'as the last day of vacation,  still  'ish that the vacation 'as longer, because exams 'ill start soon , and 'e 'ill be tested later  .
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