Teorija

  • Adverbs are used before adjectives and other adverbs.
  
shutterstock_1737112811.jpg
Their activities are highly suspicious. (adverb + adjective)
 
shutterstock_1744105796.jpg
Not all students learn new material equally well. (adverb + adverb)
 
shutterstock_226122967.jpg
Lily is working well enough. (adverb + adverb)
 
  • Adverbs of manner (how? well, quickly etc.) usually go
- after the verb -
 
shutterstock_1092080789.jpg
Max sings well.
  
after the verb and object (if there is an object) -
 
shutterstock_1954278778.jpg
She learns everything quickly.
 
  • Adverbs of frequency (how often? always, often, ever, never etc.) and some other adverbs (also, still, only, already, almost etc.) usually go
- after auxiliary verbs and the verb "be",
before main verbs.
  
shutterstock_666855007.jpg  
Max is always late.
  
shutterstock_563104096.jpg
Ann has never been to London.  
 
shutterstock_181812689.jpg
can also do it.
 
shutterstock_572444386.jpg
(+) He usually comes to work on time.
(-) He doesn't usually come to work on time.
(?) Does he usually come to work on time?
  
  • Some adverbs of frequency (how often? usually, sometimes etc.) can also go at the beginning or at the end of sentences if you want to emphasize them.
  
shutterstock_756911731.jpg
Sometimes I get up early. or I get up early sometimes.
 
Atsauce:
Images: www.shutterstock.com