Introduction to Adverbs
An adverb is a word that describes or modifies a verb, an adjective or another adverb.

Ex.
She ran quickly (quickly is an adverb it modifies the verb ‘ran’)
The mangoes are very sweet (“very” is an adverb it modifies the adjective “sweet”)
He spoke quite fluently(“quite” is an adverb it modifies the other adverb ‘fluently”)

MORE EXAMPLES:

Accidentally- He  accidentally break
Always- They always get up early and do excercise.
Angrily- I angrily shout
Anxiously- I anxiously awaited for your reply
Awkwardly- I awkwardly jump
Badly- I badly want
Finally- He fianaaly won the race.
Foolishly- He foolishly charged
Fortunately- we fortunately received
Frantically- she frantically looked
Frequently- I frequently stay
Happily-They happily went home.
Hopelessly- I hopelessly wait
Hungrily- I hungrily ate
Justly- I justly deserved an appreciation from my superiors.
Kindly- The kindly old man
Loosely- The loosely tied knot
Merrily- They celebrated the party merrily.




Summary

An adverb is a word that describes or modifies a verb, an adjective or another adverb.

Ex.
She ran quickly (quickly is an adverb it modifies the verb ‘ran’)
The mangoes are very sweet (“very” is an adverb it modifies the adjective “sweet”)
He spoke quite fluently(“quite” is an adverb it modifies the other adverb ‘fluently”)

MORE EXAMPLES:

Accidentally- He  accidentally break
Always- They always get up early and do excercise.
Angrily- I angrily shout
Anxiously- I anxiously awaited for your reply
Awkwardly- I awkwardly jump
Badly- I badly want
Finally- He fianaaly won the race.
Foolishly- He foolishly charged
Fortunately- we fortunately received
Frantically- she frantically looked
Frequently- I frequently stay
Happily-They happily went home.
Hopelessly- I hopelessly wait
Hungrily- I hungrily ate
Justly- I justly deserved an appreciation from my superiors.
Kindly- The kindly old man
Loosely- The loosely tied knot
Merrily- They celebrated the party merrily.




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