Definition of Adverb
Adverb qualifying Adverb
Here are some examples. Have a look-
Describing adverbs are in bold letters and another adverbs are with underline.
- She arranged goods closely together. ( adverb closely describes the adverb together)
- She stared me somewhat curiously.
- They were quarrelling with each other rather loudly.
- He rides bike very slowly.
- They completed their work quite quickly.
- He conducted society meeting so secretly.
- I too often visit that place.
- The buffet system is really nicely
- The picture was very cleverly
- Smruti behaves very modestly.
Adverb qualifying Adjective
Here are some sentences in which adverbs give more information about an adjectives. Adverbs are in bold letters and underlined words are adjectives.
- Her grandfather became very popular
- The information is very less.
- That was really comic
- The book is really nice.
- I am extremely sorry.
- He joined an extremely large
- I am quite satisfied.
- The film is quite short.
- Always be happy.
- Always you should be alert.
- The chairman of society has very big
Adverbs qualifying Verbs
We can use adverbs to give more information about verbs in the sentences.
We can get adverbs by questioning verbs-
Here are some examples of adverbs. In these sentences, adverbs describe verbs. Adverbs are in bold letters.
Have a look-
- He drove a car very fast. ( ‘very fast’ describes the verb ‘drove’ and get the answer of ‘how?’ as ‘very fast’)
- She solved the sum quickly. ( how? – quickly)
- I really mean it. ( how? – really)
- She thinks highly about it. ( how? – highly)
- You kept the books here. ( where? – here)
- I think she lives nearby the hospital. ( where? – nearby)
- Keep it below the plank. ( where? – below)
- She asked me to meet there. ( where? – there)
- I shall come soon. ( when? – soon)
- See you later. ( when? – later)
- I often visit that place. ( when? – often)
- We shall solve it now. ( when? – now)
- Complete the work immediately. ( when? – immediately)