- FBISE Class 09
- FBISE Class 10
- FBISE Class 11
- FBISE Class 12
Explain the types of adverbs, with the help of examples.
Kinds of Adverbs:
I go to school daily
Get out immediately
I cannot do it just now
Never shall I believe you
Yesterday he was quite upset
Some of these Adverbs are”
Ever, never, now, then, since, ago, today, tomorrow. While
Speak again and I shall turn you out
I shall stay here till you reach there
The crow is found everywhere
She stood above and threw the stone below
Some of these adverbs are:
In, out, within, without, above, below, inside, outside, far, near, forward, onward and elsewhere
They walked quickly
We marched slowly
Sadly and sorrowfully we laid him down
He did it very carefully
He talked wisely but acted foolishly
Hardly had I finished the work when he came
I have partly believed it
He is quite right
I am very sorry
It is much better to leave him alone
Some of the Adverbs of this class are
Enough, little, much, nearly, quite, very, too, wholly, scarcely, nearly
I often meet him
They came to me twice
I did it seldom
You have disobeyed your teacher, secondly, you do admit your fault
Adverbs of this type are
First, secondly, thirdly, often, seldom, again, single
Will you do me this favour? Yes, I will
Are you going to Karachi? No, I am not going the Indeed, he is to blame
Surely, he will keep me
I will certainly do it
Perhaps he may not like it
Adverts of this type are
Certainly, surely, perhaps, yes, no, not, by no means, indeed
When will you leave?
How can you say that?
Why should I Submit it?
Where does he stay?
When, how, why, and where are interrogative. Adverbs when are used to ask questions.
Everybody knows why he did this.
I shall go to the place where he stays.
We do not know when he may return.
I wonder how you will succeed.
He set fire to the house where his enemy lived.