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       Adverbs of place,location &direction


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                  here-there
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        The pen was here on my desk.
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           It is there on the table.
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                   outside
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             It’s raining outside.
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                  upstairs
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   There are two bedrooms upstairs.
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                    away
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            Don’t go away mad.
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     There are two bedrooms upstairs.

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       Where are the two bedrooms?



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                    Adverbs of manners


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                            easily
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You can send your family easily by using the e-mail.
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                            slowly
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        Why is that man walking so slowly?
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                            loudly
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           Our neighbors play their radio
        so loudly we cannot sleep at night.

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        Our neighbors play their radio so
         loudly we cannot sleep at night.

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      How our neighbors play their radio?

 In what manner our neighbors play their radio ?

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           Adverbs of time & duration


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                    tomorrow
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               See you tomorrow.
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                    Tonight


       I am going to bed early tonight.
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                     Today
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            I have arough day today.
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                       Yet
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      None of my brothers arrived yet.
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                     early
                eventually
                     later
                      still
                    soon
                  initially.
                     now
                     then
                  last year
               this evening
                   at night
              in the morning
                    before


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      I am going to bed early tonight.

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       When I am going to my bed?

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                Frequency Adverbs


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                     Always
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       salem always leaves his desk neat
      when he goes home in the afternoon.

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                      Never
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          I never heard of asuch thing.
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                      Often
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         We do not go there very often.
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                      usually
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         It’s usually warm here if the sun’s out.
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salem always leaves his desk neat when he goes home in
                    the afternoon.

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          Interrogative Adverbs


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                     Where
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          Where have you been?
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                     When
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          When can she see me?
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                     how
                     why
                     which
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                     Relative Adverbs


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                         5" /Examples

                           Where
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        Do you know where the bus station is?
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                            How
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We were worried about how he would get the money?
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            Adverbs Of degree


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                   Very
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   It was a very nice of you to invite us.
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                   much
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       It’s much too hot to walk.
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                     So
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           I feel so tired today.
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                    Too
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      That teacher talks too slowly.
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              almost
            somewhat
              nearly
              rather
            extremely
               quite
             terrebily

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        Adverbial nouns


            5" /Examples

            Yesterday
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   i had to work late yesterday.
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              Friday
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your clothes will be ready Friday.
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                  tomorrow
                  last night
                    today
                   tonight
                  next week
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       How begining any S& Ph as adverbs


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                  5" /Examples


               How kind you are?
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          How well he speaks French?
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             How nice to see you?
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