How To Identify Adverbs

Adverbs are words used to modify verbs. They can also modify adjectives and other adverbs.

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Kinds of adverbs worksheet for class 7

Underline the adverbs in the following sentences and state their kind.

1. I frequently visit my grandmother.

2. They seldom go out.

3. Why are you driving so fast?

4. He quickly solved the problem.

5. Your package will be delivered today.

6. If you are free tomorrow, we can watch a movie.

7. He is always late for work.

8. I was pleasantly surprised to hear the news.

9. As soon as I opened the door, the cat ran out.

10. Mangoes are quite cheap in June.

11. Mumbai is a very big city.

12. Have you seen him before?

13. His grandfather died two months ago.

14. Come here.

15. There is something over there.

16. They live nearby.

17. Our physics teacher clearly explains all concepts.

18. Sometimes I go for long drives.

19. She spoke rather rudely.

20. I was genuinely impressed by their work.

21. Hence, we didn’t win the contract.

22. He was, therefore, unable to find a good job.

23. The exam was quite difficult.

24. I rightly assumed that he was lying.

25. The guests have already arrived.


1. frequently – adverb of frequency

2. seldom – adverb of frequency, out – adverb of place

3. so – adverb of degree, fast – adverb of manner

4. quickly – adverb of manner

5. today – adverb of time

6. tomorrow – adverb of time

7. always – adverb of frequency

8. pleasantly – adverb of manner

9. out – adverb of place

10. quite -adverb of degree

11. very -adverb of degree

12. before – adverb of time

13. ago – adverb of time

14. here – adverb of place

15. there – adverb of place

16. nearby – adverb of place

17. clearly – adverb of manner

18. sometimes – adverb of frequency

19. rather – adverb of degree, rudely – adverb of manner

20. genuinely – adverb of manner

21. hence -adverb of reason

22. therefore – adverb of reason

23. quite – adverb of degree

24. rightly – adverb of manner

25. already – adverb of time  

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