Position Of Adverbs

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Position Of Adverbs by Mind Map: Position Of Adverbs

1. We usually have breakfast at night.

2. Adverbs of manner

2.1. Position

2.1.1. Behind object

2.1.2. End position

2.2. Such as

2.2.1. Slowly

2.2.2. Quickly

2.2.3. Sadly

2.2.4. Politely

2.2.5. Happily

2.2.6. *Only End

2.2.6.1. Well

2.2.6.2. Fast

2.2.6.3. Hard

2.3. Example

2.3.1. Tom drives car carefully every time.

2.3.2. It is raining heavily.

2.3.3. She speaks English well.

3. Adverbs of place

3.1. Position

3.1.1. End position

3.1.2. Behind object

3.1.3. Front position

3.2. Such as

3.2.1. Below

3.2.2. In side

3.2.3. Everywhere

3.2.4. Over there

3.2.5. *Only Front

3.2.5.1. Here

3.2.5.2. There

3.3. Example

3.3.1. Here comes the tuktuk.

3.3.2. I can walk backwards.

4. Adverbs of time

4.1. Position

4.1.1. End position

4.2. Such as

4.2.1. Today

4.2.2. Recently

4.2.3. Already

4.2.4. Yesterday

4.2.5. Immediately

4.3. Example

4.3.1. I will tell you the story tomorrow.

4.3.2. I haven’t been going to the gym.

4.3.3. His factory was burned down a few months ago.

5. Adverbs of frequency

5.1. Position

5.1.1. Front main verb

5.1.2. Have a verb to be

5.1.2.1. Behind verb to be

5.1.3. Mid position

5.2. Such as

5.2.1. Never

5.2.2. Always

5.2.3. Sometimes

5.2.4. Generally

5.3. Example

5.3.1. I have always wanted to be a writer.

5.3.2. You never visit us.

6. Adverbs of degree

6.1. Possition

6.1.1. Mid possion

6.2. Such as

6.2.1. Almost

6.2.2. Nearly

6.2.3. Totally

6.2.4. Very

6.2.5. Extremely

6.3. Example

6.3.1. He plays the piano extremely badly.

6.3.2. This lesson is pretty easy to understand.

6.3.3. Their new house is really impressive.

7. Adverbs of certainty

7.1. Position

7.1.1. Mid position

7.1.2. Behind helping verb,front main verb

7.1.3. Front position

7.2. Such as

7.2.1. Certainly

7.2.2. Probably

7.2.3. Obviously

7.2.4. Definitely

7.2.5. *Only front

7.2.5.1. Maybe

7.2.5.2. Perhaps

7.3. Example

7.3.1. I certainly feel better today.

7.3.2. You have definitely been working too hard.

7.3.3. Maybe I’ll go to party tonight.

8. Comment adverbs

8.1. Position

8.1.1. Front position

8.2. Such as

8.2.1. Fortunately

8.2.2. Unfortunately

8.2.3. Amazingly

8.3. Example

8.3.1. Fortunately, no one was hurt.

8.3.2. Technically, we can’t fly to Mars and back.

8.3.3. Unfortunately, there is no more room.