Kinds Of Adverbs Worksheet For Class 4

Adverbs are words like kindly, surely, pleasantly, carefully, outside, inside, yesterday and tomorrow.
Most adverbs ending in –ly indicate the manner in which something is done. These are called adverbs of manner. 

Words which indicate place are adverbs of place. Examples: in, out, over, above, up, down, inside, outside, upstairs, downstairs etc.

Likewise, words which indicate time are called adverbs of time. Examples are: now, then, soon, tomorrow etc.

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

Kinds of Adverbs Worksheet

1. The child sang sweetly.

2. Please come in.

3. Please put the bags down.

4. The kids are playing upstairs.

5. I exercise daily.

6. The breeze blew softly.

7. The old woman walked slowly.

8. Please drive more carefully.

9. He has travelled everywhere.

10. The children are playing there.

11. Please leave now.

12. I am meeting them tomorrow.

Answers

1. The child sang sweetly. (Adverb of manner)

2. Please come in. (Adverb of place)

3. Please put the bags down. (Adverb of place)

4. The kids are playing upstairs. (Adverb of place)

5. I exercise daily. (Adverb of time)

6. The breeze blew softly. (Adverb of manner)

7. The old woman walked slowly. (Adverb of manner)

8. Please drive more carefully. (Adverb of manner)

9. He has travelled everywhere. (Adverb of place)

10. The children are playing there. (Adverb of place)

11. Please leave now. (Adverb of time)

12. I am meeting them tomorrow. (Adverb of time)

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