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Adverb examples 1

How to know if a word is an adverb?
If you can take the word out and the sentence still makes sense, it may well be an andverb.

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Adverb examples 2

.        And there are many other adverbs which do not fit in these lists.

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Adverb examples 3

..      An adverbial that is just one word is an adverb.

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Adverb examples 4

..    We say adverbs at the start of a clause are in front position.

 

..     Adverbs after the verb and object are in end position.

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Adverbs example 5

..      This position for adverbs is called  mid position .

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Adverb examples 6

..      But not all ‘-ly words’  are adverbs.

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Adverb examples 7

The position of fluently (after the verb) makes it clear it is an adverb.

The position of fluent (in front of the noun ‘English’) makes it clear it is an adjective.

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Adverbs examples 8

Some -ly adjectives can also be adverbs, for example likely and early.

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Adverb examples 9

We can call these  adverbs  or  adverbial phrases.

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Adverb examples 10

‘A lot’ is not always an adverb (or adverbial phrase).

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