What is an adverb? An adverb describes a verb or an adjective or another adverb. It can describe when, where, or how about an action. When: After lunch, she he goes to sleep. Where: They went upstairs in search of the boys. How: Raja wrote a letter to his friend quickly. Note: Adverbs or adverb phrases can come at the beginning or end of a sentence. They can also be next to the verb or adjective they are describing.  Yesterday I went to a cinema. She likes to eat sweets on occasion. He desperately needed to get petrol for the car.
 What is an adverb? An adverb describes a verb or an adjective or another adverb. It can describe when, where, or how about an action. When: After lunch, she he goes to sleep. Where: They went upstairs in search of the boys. How: Raja wrote a letter to his friend quickly. Note: Adverbs or adverb phrases can come at the beginning or end of a sentence. They can also be next to the verb or adjective they are describing.  Yesterday I went to a cinema. She likes to eat sweets on occasion. He desperately needed to get petrol for the car.