Adverbs of Manner, Definition and Examples

English Adverbs of Manner, Definition and Examples

English Adverbs of Manner, Definition and Examples



When we ask the question of how to use the verb, the answers we receive are status / style envelopes. Status envelopes are usually placed after the verb and object. Some adjectives do not change when making an adverbs. It is made by adding -ly to adjectives and we use the adverb after the verb.

  • We should act wisely.
  • I have been eagerly preparing these documents.
  • My cat slowly sank into a sleep.

 

Adverbs in English contribute to the meaning of the verb. It informs when, how and why the action or situation that occurs by qualifying. In other words;  answers how, when, where, how much. Envelopes can be divided into six main groups. How to determine whether a word is an envelope ?, where ?, when ?, how much?  to ask questions. A type of envelope that describes how a job is done.

 



There are some points to consider when adding -ly to adjectives.

a) The adjectives ending

in -y are converted into adverbs, and the end -y letter becomes -i and the suffix -ly is added.  

  • Happy – Happily Pretty – Prettily

 

b) Adjectives ending

in –ic are added -ally when they are converted into envelopes. 

  • Frantic- Frantically Economic- Economically Tragic- Tragically Basic- Basically

 

c) End –ible 

In the adjectives ending with able or -le, the trailing -e is discarded.

Sensible – Sensibly Probable – Probably.

 

d) But there are two options for writing the adverb of adjectives ending with the letter -y.

The first is added to -ly by removing -y.

The second one; no changes may be made.

  • Dry-Drily / Dry-Dryly Sly-Slily / Sly-Slyly

 

The adverbs of manner in the sentence is as follows:

a) Immediately after the verb: She is writing neatly. I am reading carefully.

b) After the object: I am reading the newspaper carefully. She is sitting on the sofa silently.

c) To emphasize meaning at the beginning of the sentence: Carefully, she is answering her questions. Slowly, I am opening the door.

 

Usually words ending with -ly are envelopes. However, there is no rule that such a suffix is ​​found at the end of each envelope. The adjective and adverb forms of some words are the same and therefore they do not take -ly.

These envelopes: Fast, back, early, enough, far, wrong, short, weekly, late, near, deep, etc.

  • He is a fast swimmer.

Here is Detailed Adverbs of Manner List;



accidentally
angrily
anxiously
awkwardly
badly
beautifully
blindly
boldly
bravely
brightly
busily
calmly
carefully
carelessly
cautiously
cheerfully
clearly
closely
correctly
courageously
cruelly
daringly
deliberately
doubtfully
eagerly
easily
elegantly
enormously
enthusiastically
equally
eventually
exactly
faithfully
fast
fatally
fiercely
fondly
foolishly
fortunately
frankly
frantically
generously
gently
gladly
gracefully
greedily
happily
hard
hastily
healthily
honestly
hungrily
hurriedly
Inadequately
Ingeniously
Innocently
Inquisitively
Irritably
joyously
justly



kindly
lazily
loosely
loudly
madly
mortally
mysteriosly
neatly
nervously
noisily
obediently
openly
painfully
patiently
perfectly
politely
poorly
powerfully
promptly
punctually
quickly
quietly
rapidly
rarely
really
recklessly
regularly
reluctantly
repeatedly
rightfully
roughly
rudely
sadly
safely
selfishly
sensibly
seriously
sharply
shyly
silently
sleepily
slowly
smoothly
so
softly
solemnly
speedily
stealthily
sternly
straight
stupidly
successfully
suddenly
suspiciously
swiftly
tenderly
tensely
thoughtfully
tightly
truthfully
unexpectedly
victoriously
violently
vivaciously
warmly
weakly
wearily
well
wildly
wisely