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Adverbs Worksheet For Class 4

Underline the adverbs in the following sentences and state their kind. She walked slowly. I went upstairs. Somebody is waiting outside. I shall leave now. What did you do then? I call my mother...

Adverbs Of Place

Adverbs of Place tell us where something happens. Examples are: upstairs, here, there, nearby, everywhere, in, out etc. She looked for him everywhere. Please come in. They bought a house nearby. He lives here. The boss has gone out. He was...

Adverbs Of Manner

Adverbs of manner say how something happens or is done. Examples are: happily, angrily, slowly, carefully, fast etc. She walked slowly. John drove carefully. The soldiers fought bravely. Position Adverbs of manner normally go in end position (at the end of...

Adverbs Of Indefinite Frequency

Adverbs of indefinite frequency tell us how often something happens. Common examples are: always, ever, usually, normally, often, frequently, seldom, never etc. I am never late for office. Have you ever been to the US? I often work late. Position Adverbs of indefinite frequency...

How To Identify Adverbs

The word is probably an adverb if it ends in –ly. Examples are: cleverly, carefully, sweetly, pleasantly, eagerly etc. Another common property of adverbs is that you can change their position and the sentence will still make sense. This...

Focus Adverbs

Focusing adverbs point to a particular part of a clause. Most common examples are: also, just, even, only, mainly, mostly, either, neither etc. Position As focusing adverbs point to a particular part of a sentence,...

Adverbs Of Degree

Adverbs of Degree tell us about the degree or extent of an action, quality or manner. Examples are: almost, little, enough, much, too, partly, fully, so, rather, quite, nearly, just, too, hardly, scarcely, very etc. She is very beautiful. I am extremely sorry. She is quite strong....

Adverbs Of Certainty

Adverbs of certainty express how certain or sure we feel about an action or event. Common examples are: certainly, definitely, probably, undoubtedly, clearly, obviously etc. He is undoubtedly a great leader. There is clearly something wrong. She is definitely taller than...

The Adverb Too

The adverb too goes before the adjectives and adverbs it modifies. She drives too fast. She spoke too slowly. The weather was too hot. Her performance was too lousy. The adverb too is often followed by an infinitive structure. She is too...

Position Of Adverbs

Adverbs should be placed as near as possible to the verbs they modify. When the verb has no object, place the adverb immediately after it. They played (verb) well (adverb). She worked (verb) hard (adverb). He spoke (verb)...