Adverbs (Adverb functions / additional) Based on the understanding of adverbs (adverbs) that adverbs (adverb / extra) is used to describe verbs (verbs), adjectives (adjectives), another adverb (or other adverbs), or a noun phrase (noun phrase) and the entire sentence. So adverbs (adverbs) have the following functions: A. Descriptive adverbs as verbs (adverbs as modifiers a verb). For example: • He drives a car carefully. • I go into the room silently. B. Descriptive words as descriptive adjectives (adverbs as an adjective modifier. For example: • He is very rich. • I am too handsome for that girl. C. Adverbs as another explanatory word (adverb as modifier other adverbs.) For example: • You sing very well. • She work too hard. D. Descriptive words as descriptive noun phrase (adverb as modifier noun phrase). For example: • He had quite a party. • It is rather a room. E. As an explanatory phrase adverbs prepositions (adverb as modifier preposition) For example: • He arrived long before the time. • The bird flew exactly over my head. F. As an explanatory phrase adverbs conjunctive words (adverbs as modifiers Conjunction). For example: • They want to know precisely how the accident happened. • She like this place simply because the weather is cool. G. Adverbs as explanatory phrase all words (adverbs of modifier an entire sentence). For example: • Tomorrow, I will from not go to school. • Evidently your success chiefly Depends on yourself.
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