Adverbs are words that modify or qualify a verb, adjective or another adverb. Adverbs usually express manner, place, time, frequency, degree, or level of certainty. They’re often used to answer questions such as how, where, when, how often, and to what extent. Adverbs go before the word they modify.

Adverbs of Place

Audio here
Audio nowhere
Audio somewhere
Audio there

Adverbs of Frequency

Audio always
Audio ever
Audio never
Audio occasionally
Audio often
Audio rarely
Audio sometimes
Audio usually

Adverbs of Time

Audio already
Audio immediately
Audio later
Audio now
Audio shortly
Audio soon

Other Adverbs

Audio carefully
Audio completely
Audio even
Audio happily
Audio quickly
Audio sadly
Audio slowly
Audio so
Audio suddenly
Audio too
Audio very


Sound They always go to the store on Monday.
Sound I'm never late.
Sound She never drinks coffee.
Sound Wait here.
Sound We slowly walked up the hill.
Sound Suddenly he was there.
Sound I often drink tea in the afternoon.