Adverbs of Frequency and Adverbs of Manner
In English we often use words called adverbs to describe frequency, manner, place and time.
Adverbs of Frequency:
With the adverbs “always“, “hardly ever“, and “never” the subject is always placed before the adverb.
When forming questions using adverbs of frequency we use the auxiliary verb “do” or “does”. Below are some examples using adverbs of frequency:
When forming questions with adverbs of frequency we often use the word “ever“. Here are some examples:
When making a statement with an adverb of frequency the main verb of the statement must be conjugated according to the person.
ADVERBS OF MANNER
Adverbs of manner usually answer questions of how. Adverbs of manner are adverbs with “ly” endings. Some examples are:
ADJECTIVE + ly = ADVERB
Some adverbs do not take the “ly” endings. Words such as fast, good and wrong cannot take “ly” endings.
They must stay the same or another adverb must substitute them.