11.1 Definition: Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.

Adverb = Adjective+ly

11.2 Classifications of adverb

Adverbs of manner loudly, slowly, correctly, fast, easily, carefully
Adverb of place somewhere, here, there, near, somewhere, outside, ahead, on the top, at some place.
Adverb of time now, then, soon, tomorrow, yesterday, today, tonight, again, early, yesterday
Adverb of frequency daily, sometimes, often, seldom, usually, frequently, always, ever, generally, rarely, monthly, yearly


11.3 Identify adverb from the following sentences.
She always arrives early. He drives carefully.They go everywhere together. She eats slowly. It is terribly hot. She was walking rapidly.The kids love playing together in the sandbox. Please come inside now. His jokes are always very funny. You don’t really care, do you? Jenny ran fast. Let’s go to the party afterwards. Urmi was very sleepy. Go to bed now. This pie is surprisingly good. Please try harder. Marie is always on time. Yesterday, we learned about multiplication. I like to eat ice cream sometimes. Please walk across the street. He swims well. He ran quickly. She spoke softly. James coughed loudly to attract her attention. He plays the flute beautifully. He ate the chocolate cake greedily. He gave us the money generously. She sometimes helps us.He speaks very slowly. She arrived today. Let’s go outside. We ran yesterday. He ran here. He ran barefoot. He ran yesterday. He looked around. I searched it everywhere. I’m going back to school. They built a house nearby. She took the child outside. Here comes the bus. There goes the bell. There it is. Here they are. The child went indoors. He lived and worked abroad. Water always flows downhill. The wind pushed us sideways. She likes me.