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    Adverbs in English

    ust as spices add flavor to food, adverbs add depth to language. They enhance our sentences, providing additional information about how, when, where, or why something happens. In this article, we'll explore the fascinating world of English adverbs with Metkagram, as our guide. 🚀

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What are Adverbs?

Adverbs are the flexible friends of language. They can modify verbs, adjectives, other adverbs, and even whole sentences. They answer questions such as how, when, where, why, to what extent, and under what condition something happens.

Types of Adverbs

  • Adverbs of Manner: They describe how an action is performed. For example, "She sings beautifully."
  • Adverbs of Time: They tell when an action happened. For example, "We'll meet tomorrow."
  • Adverbs of Place: They indicate where an action happened. For example, "I live here."
  • Adverbs of Frequency: They describe how often an action occurs. For example, "I rarely eat sweets."
  • Adverbs of Degree: They tell us about the intensity or degree of an action, an adjective, or another adverb. For example, "The soup is too hot."

Adverb Placement

The placement of adverbs can change the meaning of a sentence. For instance, "He only likes apples" (he doesn't like any other fruit) differs from "He likes only apples" (he likes nothing but apples). Learning the correct placement is crucial.


Relative clauses might seem a bit tricky at first. But with practice and guidance from the Metkagram, app, you can master them. They will make your English more fluent and sophisticated.

Practice with Metkagram

Using Metkagram, highlight adverbs in your sentences and note what they modify. Practice creating sentences with different types of adverbs and observe how they add depth to your statements.



Check out these Metkagram flashcards to reinforce your understanding:

  • "He ran quickly to catch the bus." (Adverb of Manner)
  • "I always wake up at 6 am." (Adverb of Frequency)
  • "The weather is too hot today." (Adverb of Degree)


Did you know that some adverbs in English have the same form as their adjective counterparts? For example, 'fast' in "He runs fast" (adverb) and "He is a fast runner" (adjective).

Quick Check

Can you identify the adverbs in the following sentences and label their type?

  • "She sings very well."
  • "I visit my grandma often."
  • "Unfortunately, the concert was cancelled."

Take the plungram,br>Remember, practice makes perfect. With Metkagram 's help, the world of adverbs can become a friendly and familiar place.

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