Types of adverbs Worksheet-1

Types of adverbs Worksheet-1

 

See the underlined adverb and state its kind:

  1. The new horror movie is very scary.

A. Adverb of degree                     B. Adverb of place

C. Adverb of frequency               D. Adverb of time

 

  1. He rarely comes home by 8 o’clock.

A. Relative adverb                        B. Adverb of manner

C. Adverb of frequency               D. Adverb of place

 

  1. I cannot tell you when he came to my house today.

A. Relative adverb                        B. Adverb of time

C. Adverb of manner                   D. Adverb of degree

 

  1. The new movie is releasing tomorrow.

A. Adverb of frequency               B. Relative adverb

C. Adverb of place                        D. Adverb of time

 

  1. My teacher often tells us a story.

A. Adverb of degree                     B. Adverb of frequency

C. Relative adverb                        D. Adverb of time

 

  1. I want to know why the people are shouting.

A. Adverb of frequency               B. Adverb of time

C. Adverb of place                        D. Relative adverb

 

  1. I do not know where the keys are.

A. Adverb of degree                     B. Adverb of time

C. Relative adverb                        D. Adverb of place

 

  1. Sunil always tells the truth.

A. Adverb of frequency               B. Relative adverb

C. Adverb of degree                      D. Adverb of time

 

  1. Will Sunita tell us a story tonight?

A. Relative adverb                        B. Adverb of time

C. Adverb of frequency               D. Adverb of degree

 

  1. The child ran quickly to its mother.

A. Adverb of manner                   B. Adverb of time

C. Relative adverb                        D. Adverb of place

 

Answer Key:

  1. A

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

 

  1. C

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

 

  1. A

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

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. B

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

 

  1. D

Explanation: Since ‘why’ refers back to the action done, it is a relative adverb.

 

  1. C

Explanation: Since ‘where’ refers back to the place, it is a relative adverb.

 

  1. A

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

 

  1. B

Explanation: Since ‘tonight’ tells us when the action may happen, it is an adverb of time.

 

  1. A

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