Use this free printable adverb chart to visually break down adverbs into 11 categories. This anchor chart will provide you a quick overview of adverbs.
What are adverbs?
Adverbs are words that modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs.
Adverbs often modify verbs. For example: “He ran quickly.” The adverb quickly tells us how he ran.
This table will show you a quick summary of 11 types of adverbs.
|Adverb of Manner
|Describes how something happens.
|loudly, badly, rightly, quickly, slowly
|She walked slowly.
|Adverb of Place
|It shows the place of action.
|inside, downstairs, outside, towards, up
|He climbed up the tree.
|Adverb of Time
|It shows tells the time of action.
|since, today, presently, now, tomorrow.
|I will meet you tomorrow.
|Adverb of Certainty
|It describes how certain we feel about an action.
|definitely, surely, probably, certainly
|He may probably meet you.
|Adverb of Degree
|It describes to what extent action took place.
|enough, too, hardly, quite
|Do you have enough time to complete the assignment?
|These are used to ask something in a sentence.
|when, where, why, how
|Where are you going?
|Relative adverb adds meaning to a verb or another adverb
|how, when, why
|Tom did not tell me when he would come.
|Adverb of Number
|Used to express the numbers in response to questions
|once, often, again, twice
|I read this book twice.
|Adverb of Quantity
|Used to show the quantity in response to questions
|very, too, little, much
|I have little time to spend with nature.
|Adverb of Purpose
|Used to elaborate the situation
|to avoid accident, to get back
|He drove cautiously to avoid the accident.
|Adverb of Frequency
|It shows the frequency of piece of work
|again, frequently, once, never
|He often goes to the cinema.
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