Types of adverbs Worksheet-3

Types of adverbs Worksheet-3

 

See the underlined adverb and state its kind:

  1. He spoke kindly to the frightened child.

A. Adverb of degree                     B. Adverb of frequency

C. Relative adverb                        D. Adverb of manner

 

  1. The time is slipping by extremely quickly

A. Adverb of frequency               B. Adverb of time

C. Relative adverb                        D. Adverb of degree

 

  1. She rarely drinks milk.

A. Adverb of time                         B. Adverb of place

C. Adverb of manner                   D. Adverb of frequency

 

  1. My friends accepted my invitation gladly.

A. Adverb of degree                     B. Adverb of manner

C. Adverb of time                         D. Relative adverb

 

  1. Does she know the time when you will leave?

A. Adverb of frequency               B. Adverb of time

C. Adverb of degree                     D. Relative adverb

 

  1. We go to the movies sometimes.

A. Relative adverb                        B. Adverb of time

C. Adverb of manner                   D. Adverb of frequency

 

  1. The cat is sleeping downstairs.

A. Relative adverb                        B. Adverb of place

C. Adverb of time                         D. Adverb of manner

 

  1. Sunita recently won the gold medal.

A. Adverb of degree                     B. Adverb of place

C. Relative adverb                        D. Adverb of time

 

  1. The new trainees are always punctual.

A. Adverb of place                        B. Adverb of frequency

C. Adverb of manner                   D. Relative adverb

 

  1. She signed the documents immediately.

A. Adverb of degree                     B. Adverb of time

C. Adverb of frequency               D. Adverb of manner

 

Answer Key:

  1. D

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

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. B

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

 

  1. D

Explanation: Since ‘when’ refers back to time, it is a relative adverb.

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. B

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

 

  1. D

Explanation: Since ‘recently’ tells us when the action is done, it is an adverb of time.

 

  1. B

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

 

  1. B

Explanation: Since ‘immediately’ tells us when the action is done, it is an adverb of time.