Notes On Simple Adverbs - CBSE Class 7 English Grammar
Adverbs
Adverbs modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb

An adverb tells more about a verb in the sentence.
Eg. The fire engine runs fast.
Listen to his speech carefully.
 
An adverb describes more about an adjective in the sentence.
Eg. The news is very surprising!


SIMPLE ADVERBS
There are different kinds of adverbs expressing different meaning. The following are some of the common ones.
 Adverb of time
Eg. He collapsed and died yesterday.

 Adverb of place
Eg. We can stop here for lunch.

Adverb of manner
Eg. The brothers were badly injured in the fight.

 Adverb of degree
Eg. Her daughter is quite fat for her age.

Adverb of frequency
Eg. She is not nearly always right although she thinks she is always right.
The coffee is extremely hot, so be careful.
 
 
 

Summary

Adverbs
Adverbs modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb

An adverb tells more about a verb in the sentence.
Eg. The fire engine runs fast.
Listen to his speech carefully.
 
An adverb describes more about an adjective in the sentence.
Eg. The news is very surprising!


SIMPLE ADVERBS
There are different kinds of adverbs expressing different meaning. The following are some of the common ones.
 Adverb of time
Eg. He collapsed and died yesterday.

 Adverb of place
Eg. We can stop here for lunch.

Adverb of manner
Eg. The brothers were badly injured in the fight.

 Adverb of degree
Eg. Her daughter is quite fat for her age.

Adverb of frequency
Eg. She is not nearly always right although she thinks she is always right.
The coffee is extremely hot, so be careful.
 
 
 
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