Difference between QUICK, QUICKLY and FAST | English vocabulary
Difference between QUICK, QUICKLY and FAST | English vocabulary

Adverbs are words that are used to change, modify or qualify various words. These include: adjectives, verbs, clauses, and other adverbs. Adverbs provide context when written in a sentence. To be more explicit, adverbs give a decsription of how, where, when, in what manner and to what extent something is done or happens. This page has examples of the different types of adverbs. For example: When? He sometimes goes to the park. How? He walks slowly. Where? Is that your cap there? In what way? He drinks quickly. To what extent? It is really cold. In these examples, the adverb is in bold. Check out our adverbs definitions list.

Adverbs of manner: Adverbs of manner describe how something happens. For example, it is possible to swim or crawl at different speeds. For example: I can swim quickly. I can crawl rapidly. The adverbs of manner are in bold.

The weather was quite hot. The road is extremely wet. The adverbs of degree are in bold.

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