Adverb Position in English Grammar

Generally speaking – and there are exceptions – adverbs‏‎ can come in 1 of 3 positions in a sentence‏‎: 1) At the beginning: Hurriedly I got dressed. Never go there again! Always look on the bright side of life. 2) Between the subject and the verb: I...

Adverbs of Time in English Grammar

Adverbs of Time are those adverbs which tell us when something happened. For example: now, then, later, yesterday, today, tonight, tomorrow, etc. Position The position of a typical adverb of time within a sentence varies according to the relevance the speaker wants to...

Adverb Phrases in English Grammar

An Adverb Phrase (sometimes known as an Adverbial Phrase) is – as you might guess – simply a group of words which act in exactly the same way (grammatically speaking) as a single adverb. For example, here’s a sentence with a single adverb: The police...

Regular Adverbs in English Grammar

An adverb modifies a word, phrase, or sentence. It tells us more about them and changes the meaning slightly. Often we say it tells us how something happens: They are waiting for the metro. They are waiting patiently for the metro. In this example above, the adverb...