 Types of adverbs Worksheet-2

Types of adverbs Worksheet-2

See the underlined adverb and state its kind:

1. One should never pluck flowers.

A. Adverb of degree                     B. Adverb of frequency

C. Adverb of manner                   D. Relative adverb

1. This soup is not hot enough.

A. Adverb of time                         B. Relative adverb

C. Adverb of degree                     D. Adverb of frequency

1. Did Rita tell you when she is coming back?

A. Relative adverb                        B. Adverb of manner

C. Adverb of place                        D. Adverb of degree

1. We are going out with Hitesh.

A. Adverb of frequency               B. Relative adverb

C. Adverb of place                        D. Adverb of time

1. Anil solved the sum easily.

A. Adverb of degree                      B. Adverb of manner

C. Adverb of place                        D. Relative adverb

1. Sheila often visits her grandparents.

A. Adverb of degree                     B. Relative adverb

C. Adverb of frequency               D. Adverb of time

1. Sonu Nigam is a very talented singer.

A. Adverb of place                        B. Relative adverb

C. Adverb of degree                     D. Adverb of frequency

1. The train traveled swiftly through the tunnel.

A. Adverb of time                         B. Adverb of degree

C. Adverb of frequency               D. Adverb of manner

1. The students met their teacher yesterday.

A. Adverb of frequency               B. Adverb of time

C. Adverb of place                        D. Adverb of manner

1. My friend is much better than Sunil in hockey.

A. Adverb of manner                   B. Adverb of frequency

C. Adverb of degree                     D. Adverb of time

1. B

Explanation: Since ‘never’ tells us how many times the action is done, it is an adverb of frequency.

1. C

Explanation: Since ‘enough’ tells us the intensity of ‘hot’, it is an adverb of degree.

1. A

Explanation: Since ‘when’ refers back to the action, it is an relative adverb.

1. C

Explanation: Since ‘out’ tells us the place where the action is done, it is an adverb of place.

1. B

Explanation: Since ‘easily’ tells us how the action is done, it is an adverb of manner.

1. C

Explanation: Since ‘often’ tells us how many times the action is done, it is an adverb of frequency.

1. C

Explanation: Since ‘very’ tells us the intensity of ‘talented’, it is an adverb of degree.

1. D

Explanation: Since ‘swiftly’ tells us how the action is done, it is an adverb of manner.

1. B

Explanation: Since ‘yesterday’ tells us when the action was done, it is an adverb of place.

1. C

Explanation: Since ‘much’ tells us the intensity of better, it is an adverb of degree. 