Types of adverbs Worksheet-5

Types of adverbs Worksheet-5

 

See the underlined adverb and state its kind:

  1. Mother bakes cakes twice a month.

A. Relative adverb                        B. Adverb of manner

C. Adverb of degree                     D. Adverb of frequency

 

  1. He always waits for her.

A. Adverb of frequency               B. Relative adverb

C. Adverb of place                        D. Adverb of degree

 

  1. He was too disturbed to say anything.

A. Adverb of frequency               B. Relative adverb

C. Adverb of manner                   D. Adverb of degree

 

  1. The match will start early.

A. Adverb of time                         B. Adverb of place

C. Relative adverb                        D. Adverb of degree

 

  1. Do not keep the new watch outside.

A. Adverb of manner                   B. Adverb of frequency

C. Adverb of place                        D. Relative adverb

 

  1. The rose is a very beautiful flower, isn’t it?

A. Relative adverb                        B. Adverb of degree

C. Adverb of time                         D. Adverb of place

 

  1. We’ll talk about the party later.

A. Adverb of degree                     B. Relative adverb

C. Adverb of frequency               D. Adverb of time

 

  1. He ate the food hungrily.

A. Relative adverb                        B. Adverb of time

C. Adverb of manner                   D. Adverb of degree

 

  1. “Write the hard words thrice,” said the teacher

A. Adverb of place                        B. Relative adverb

C. Adverb of degree                     D. Adverb of frequency

 

  1. The dismissal of the opener was rather unfortunate.

A. Adverb of frequency               B. Adverb of manner

C. Adverb of degree                     D. Relative adverb

 

  1. I’m sure I’ve seen this face somewhere.

A. Adverb of frequency               B. Adverb of degree

C. Relative adverb                        D. Adverb of place

 

  1. The batsman hit the ball gracefully.

A. Adverb of time                         B. Adverb of manner

C. Relative adverb                        D. Adverb of frequency

 

Answer Key:

  1. D

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

 

  1. A

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

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. A

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

 

  1. C

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

 

  1. B

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

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. C

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

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. C

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

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. B

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