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English Grammar : Adverb part – 2

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English Grammar : Adverb part – 1

5. Adverb of Degree and quality – They are the adverbs which tell us how much or in what degree or to what extent.

Examples – very, quite, rather, enough, any, partly, almost, utterly, as, entirely etc.

– Shamita is very beautiful.
– The whistle did not please him any more.
– I have pleaded enough and now I give up.
– He’s quite a good soccer player.

6. Adverbs of reason – They are the adverbs which tell us why an action takes place.

Examples – consequently, therefore , hence.

– It consequently has four vertices and six edges.
– He was therefore forced to relinquish his plan.
– Her triumphal progress through the skies. Hence he was called.

7. Adverbs of Adverbs of affirmation or negation – They are the adverbs which tell us whether an action is done or not.

Examples – surely, certainly, not, probably etc.

Surely he should have known she would get suspicious.
– He is a fool indeed.
– I was not playing.

8. Interrogative adverbs – Adverbs which are used for asking questions are called interrogative adverbs.

Examples are: when, where, how, why etc.

When will you go to New York ?
How long will you stay here ?
Where are my keys ?

9. Relative adverbs – A relative pronoun is a type of pronoun that often introduces dependent (or relative) clauses in sentences. They also can stand alone as the subject or object of a sentence.

Examples – who, whoever, whom, whomever, that, which, when, where, and whose.

– Where are you going ?
– That was my book.
– yes. With whom am I speaking?