Study the information about adverbs. General moments.
Adverbs describe verbs, they explain how, where, how often something happens.
He drives carefully. (How does he drive? Carefully)
We usually form an adverb by adding -ly to an adjective:
Slow - slowly
But some verbs are the same as their adjectives. Remember them:
Hard, daily, fast, early, late, monthly.
He runs fast. He is a fast runner.
The adverb “good” is irregular. Good - well.
She works well.
Order of adverbs.
1. Adverbs of frequency go after auxiliary verbs but before main verbs.
He is never late. He never comes late.
2. When there are more than two adverbs, remember this order.
Subject + predicate + manner + place + time.
3. When there is a verb of movement, then use this order:
4. Subject + predicate + place + manner + time.