Adverb is a word that answer the question with how, when, and where and added to the verb, adjective, or another verb [oxford dictionary]
Type of Adverbs:
- Simple Adverb: Adverb of manner, Adverb of place, Adverb of time, Adverb of frequency, Adverb of affirmative, Adverb of degree, Adverb of probability.
- Relative Adverb
- Interogative Adverb
Adverb of Manner
Adverb of manner shows how something happens. It is usually constructed from adjective+ly
- Example: beautifully, slowly, carefully, etc.
- 1. (+) She works slowly.
but there is exception for some words.
- Example [adjective-adverb]: fast-fast, hard-hard, good-well, etc.
- 2. (+) He runs fast.
Adverb of Place
Adverb of place is usually begin with preposition.
- 1. (+) I live on Kaliabang Bungur Street.
- 2. (+) I am at home.
shows the place where something happens.
- Example: here, there, somewhere, accross, back, etc.
- 3. (+) I put my bag here.
… to be continued.