Adverbs

Includes questions related to the comprehension, usage and identification of the parts of speech that modify a verb, adverb or adjective such as quickly or very.

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Adverbs

What is the adverb in the sentence she slept late on Tuesday morning?

Late

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Is totally an adverb?

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Scattergories and Words Starting with Certain Letters
Adverbs

What are some adverbs that begin with the letter U?

Here are some adverbs that begin with the letter U:

  • ubiquitously
  • ultimately
  • unabashedly
  • unaccountably
  • unaccustomedly
  • unaffectedly
  • unambitiously
  • unanimously
  • unannounced
  • unapologetically
  • unashamedly
  • unassumingly
  • unattractively
  • unavoidably
  • unbearably
  • unbecomingly
  • unbelievably
  • unbelievingly
  • uncannily
  • unceremoniously
  • uncertainly
  • uncharacteristically
  • uncharitably
  • uncivilly
  • unclearly
  • uncomfortably
  • uncommonly
  • unconditionally
  • unconsciously
  • uncontrollably
  • unconvincingly
  • uncritically
  • undauntedly
  • undecidedly
  • undeniably
  • under
  • understandably
  • understandingly
  • undeservedly
  • undoubtedly
  • unduly
  • uneasily
  • unethically
  • unevenly
  • uneventfully
  • unexpectedly
  • unfairly
  • unfaithfully
  • unfalteringly
  • unfavorably
  • unforgettable
  • unfortunately
  • unfriendly
  • ungainly
  • ungraciously
  • ungratefully
  • unhappily
  • uniformly
  • unilaterally
  • unimpressively
  • unintentionally
  • uniquely
  • universally
  • unkindly
  • unknowingly
  • unlikely
  • unmistakably
  • unnaturally
  • unnecessarily
  • unofficially
  • unpredictability
  • unpredictably
  • unprofessionally
  • unquestioningly
  • unreasonably
  • unsatisfactorily
  • unseen
  • unselfishly
  • unsparingly
  • unsteadily
  • unsuccessfully
  • unthinkingly
  • untruly
  • unusually
  • unwaveringly
  • unwillingly
  • unwisely
  • up
  • upbeat
  • upliftingly
  • upright
  • upside-down
  • upstream
  • upward
  • upwardly
  • urgently
  • usefully
  • uselessly
  • usually
  • utterly
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Parts of Speech
Adverbs

Is the word equally a noun adverb adjective or verb?

adverb. The ly ending is your clue to adverbs.

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What is the adverb for merry?

Merrily

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Is sometimes an adverb?

It definitely is....
Yes. Sometimes is an adverb of frequency, like often, never, always, etc.

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Math and Arithmetic
Adverbs

How do you use formula as an adverb?

Formulaically is the adverb form of formula.

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What is the opposite adverb of eventually?

One is "never," and another is "immediately and another is "on a dime."

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Pronouns
Verbs
Adverbs

Is too a verb?

The word too is an adverb, a word to modify a verb or an adjective, meaning also, in addition or to an excessive degree. Examples:

I brought a cake and some cookies too.

Daddy, you walk too fast.

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Adverbs

Is not an adjective or adverb?

Adverb

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Is nice an adverb?

No, the word nice is not an adverb. The word nice is an adjective.
However, the word nicely is an adverb.

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Is we an adverb?

No, we is a pronoun, the first person plural personal pronoun. There is a possessive adjective, our, and a possessive pronoun, ours. Our is the only modifier.

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Adverbs

Is curiosity an adverb?

No, the word curiosity is not an adverb. It is a noun.
However, curiously is an adverb.

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Is your a verb or an adverb?

The word "your" is neither a verb nor an adverb.
A verb is an action and an adverb describes a verb.

The word "your" is an adjective.
An adjective is a word that describes a noun or pronoun. "This is your book", for example.

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Adverbs

Is reassure an adverb?

No, the word reassure is not an adverb. This word is a verb.

A word that could be used as an adverb might be reassuredly.
Another adverb might be reassuringly.

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Is the word barely an adverb?

Yes it is.

Practically any word ending in "-ly" is an adverb.

I barely finished the race

barely= adverb

finished= verb

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What is the adverb of comfortable?

Comfortably is the adverb of comfortable.

An example sentence is: "he sat comfortably on the sofa".
Another example is: "the cat slept comfortably on the bed".

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Is the word selfish an adverb or an adjective?

The word selfish is an adjective.
The adverb of the word is selfishly.

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What is the adverb for sweet?

The adverb of sweet is sweetly.

An example sentence is: "he sweetly complimented her hair".

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What is the adverb of save?

I think its "safely"

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Is is lost an adverb?

no

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Adjectives and Articles
Adverbs

Is yet an adverb or an adjective?

The word "yet" is an adverb.

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Is great an adverb?

Not usually. The word "great" is an adjective as is used to describe a noun.

Example: "He is a great athlete".

You may be able to use it informally as an adverb as in: "He did great." Here, "great" would describe a verb (did). The formal adverb is "greatly" e.g. "He has greatly improved as a writer."

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Adverbs

What are two adverbs for sing?

Two adverbs for the verb sing are clearly and beautifully.

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Adjectives and Articles
Adverbs

Is happily an adjective?

No, the word happily is not an adjective.
The word happily is an adverb.
The adjective is happy.

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