Adverbs Definition, Examples, How, How Much, Where, How Often, When

English Using Adverbs, Adverbs Definition, Examples, How, How Much, Where, How Often, When

English Using Adverbs, Adverbs Definition, Examples, How, How Much, Where, How Often, When


Adverbs

The words that affect the meaning of a verb, an adjective or another adverb in terms of time, place, measure, quality, question are called the adverb. An adverb is a part of speech. A adverb describes a verb, another adverb or an adjective. Adverbs answer how, where, when, how much, how often and etc… questions.

A status envelope is used to describe how a job is done or how it occurs.  In other words, the word that answers to the question “how” is asked in the verb of the sentence.

For example;

  • We waited joyfully at the phone.  (How did we wait?)
  • He drove very slowly.  (How was he driving?)
  • We will need to act quickly to get to the cinema in time.  (How do we have to act?)
  • John speaks very quickly.  (How is John talking?)




A place envelope is used to describe where the verb “occurs”.  For example;

  • A flock of birds passed over our heads.
  • Please stand in the square.
  • We live very close to the stadium.
  • Put the chair near the table.

The time envelope is used to describe the “when” of the verb.  For example;

  • My girlfriend was born on 12 January 1996.
  • It will be evening soon.
  • Status, time and place adverbs normally follow the main verb of the sentence.  For example;
  • The pen was on the table.
  • I went to Paris yesterday.

 

How

The question sentence ‘how’ is always used at the very beginning of the sentence.  For example;

  • How were you yesterday?
  • How did you find my garden?
  • How do you go to the cinema?

The word ‘how’ question sometimes combines different words with different meanings.

For example;  long, much, far, often, fast, etc.

Advverbs – How Words List;

  • Secretly
  • Fast
  • Well
  • Quickly
  • Easily
  • Slowly
  • Lowly
  • Accidentally
  • Weetly
  • Emotely
  • Badly
  • Carefully
  • Closely
  • Quietly
  • Specifically
  • Cheerfully
  • Strongly
  • Beautifully
  • Worriedly
  • Wishfully
  • Grimly
  • Eagerly



How Long

This question expression is used to ask how long an event lasts.

For example;

  • How long does it take to get from Paris to Amsterdam?
  • How long have you worked in this business?
  • How many classes do you study during the day?
How Far

This question is also used to ask the distance of an event.

For example;

  • How far is it from New York to London?
  • How far did you go last year?
  • How far can you walk in 5 hours?
  • What is the distance between home and school?

In addition, different questions can be formed by bringing different types of words alongside how question statement.

For example;

  • How fast
  • How fast does a cat run?
  • How tall
  • How tall is Harry?
  • How heavy
  • How much does this apple and orange weigh?

 

How Much

Used with uncountable nouns, how much means ‘how much’. The sentence structure is as follows;

How much + Uncountable noun + Auxiliary Verb + Subject + Verb + Complement

In English, bread, money, fruit, furniture, rice, corn, oil, milk, tea, coffee, soup, paper, cheese, snow, rain are some of the uncountable nouns.  Nouns that cannot be expressed in numbers are defined as uncountable.

For example;

  • How much water is needed throughout the day?
  • How much is this pen?
  • How much tea is in the kitchen?
  • How much oil does Paris need?
  • How much milk do you want?
  • How much corn is in the glass?

Adverbs – How Much Vocabulary List

  • Fully
  • Almost
  • Rather
  • Extremely
  • Entirely
  • Too
  • Fairly
  • Enormously
  • Very
  • Just
  • Barely
  • Enough
  • Deeply
  • Completely

For Detailed Adverbs List;

Where

Where is used after relative clause words.  The word must specify a place.  Sometimes, even if a country or city is mentioned in a sentence, it does not specify a place.

For example;

  • She is going to move to Paris where she is going to work.
  • She is going to move to Paris, which is the capital city of France.

When we look at the examples given above, when creating relative clause, we used ‘where’ after Paris in the first sentence and ‘which’ after Paris in the second sentence.

  • She is going to move to Paris where she is going to work.
  • In this example, ’Paris’ refers to the place.
  • She is going to move to Paris, which is the capital city of France.

In this example, “London does not specify a place, although it is a city name.


How Often

The question “How often” is used to ask how often an action is in English.

For example;

  • How often do you download games to your phone?
  • How often do you upload photos to your Instagram account?
  • How often do they use the ball?
  • How often does David go to the movies?
  • How often do you watch television?

Adverbs – How Often Vocabulary List

  • Never
  • Sometimes
  • Often
  • Usually
  • Generally
  • Occasionally
  • Seldom
  • Rarely
  • Normally
  • Frequently
  • Hardly ever
  • Always

When

The “when” linker connects two sentences and establishes a relationship between them.  It can be used at the beginning of a sentence or between two sentences.  The “When” connector can also be used at various times.  The important thing is that there is a coherence between the two sentences connected to each other.  ’Let us examine the use of the “When” connector at various times and the meaning it adds to sentences;

  • I got my coat when I got out of the car.
  • I stayed at the pension when I went on holiday.
  • When I get home, I will take a shower.

Adverbs When Vocabulary List

  • Last year
  • Last month
  • Today
  • Tomorrow
  • Last week
  • Later
  • Soon
  • Now
  • Yesterday
  • Tonight
  • Already
  • Then

 


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