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Adverbs of time

Adverbs of time indicate when something occurred, and also how often, and for how long.   When: last week, tomorrow, now, last week For how long: all week, since last month, not long How often: seldom, weekly, never These types of adverbs are generally put at the end of the sentence: John went to...

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ADVERBS OF CERTAINTY

Generally used to express how strongly we believe or feel about something.   Probably, clearly and certainly are examples of adverbs of certainty.   With a few exceptions these types of adverbs are positioned towards the middle (after the auxiliary verbs and before other...

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Adverbs of manner

Adverbs of manner inform how something happens. These are generally put after the object or the main verb.     Examples: He plays football well, (after the main verb) She drove… quickly, slowly, carefully.. He sang… loudly, quietly, softly.. Juan shouted loudly to attract...

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Types of Adverbs

There are several kinds of adverbs that we use for specific purposes. Adverbs of manner Adverbs of certainty Adverbs of time Adverbs of degree Adverbs of place Interrogative adverbs Relative adverbs Viewpoint and commenting adverbs

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Common irregular verbs

Here are some common irregular verbs in which the Base form, past,  and past participle are all different: arise arose arisen awake awoke awoken be was been bear bore borne befall befell befallen beget begot begotten begin began begun bereave bereaved bereft bid bade...

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100 most used words in english (91-100)

91. than 92. call 93. first 94. who 95. may 96. down 97. side 98. been 99. now 100. find

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100 most used words in english (81-90)

81. did 82. number 83. sound 84. no 85. most 86. people 87. my 88. over 89. know 90. water

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