Adverbs of manner（方式副詞）
Adverbs of time（時間副詞）
Adverbs of frequency（頻率副詞）
Adverbs of place/direction（地點/方向副詞）
Adverbs of degree（程度副詞）
Comparative and superlative adverbs（比較級副詞和最高級副詞）
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He walked quickly across the room.
He drove it dangerously.
Adjectives ending in -le
– e + y
Adjectives ending in -y
– y + ily
Adjectives ending in -ic
make no changes
daily, early, fast, hard, high, late, loud, low
use a new word
She speaks well.
She speaks English well.
raised the Christmas tree that fell over.
She spoke to me softly.
She spoke softly to me.
wrong: The nurse spoke to the people who were waiting in the waiting room softly.
correct: The nurse spoke softly to the people who were waiting in the waiting room.
時間副詞告訴我們某人何時做某事或某事何時發生。 他們什麼時候回答問題？ 和多長時間？
When did you go to the UK and how long did you stay?
I went last year and I stayed for a month.
afterwards ago already at once before early
finally for a week/month (etc.) immediately just
last/next late lately now recently shortly
since then/last year/Tuesday (etc.) soon still
then today tomorrow until/till yesterday yet
wrong: I went last year to the UK.
correct: Last year I went to the UK./ I went to the UK last year.
I eventually went to the UK.
She will finally go to the UK.
wrong: Tomorrow call me.
correct: Call me tomorrow.
頻率副詞告訴我們某人做某事的頻率，或某事發生的頻率。 他們回答問題的頻率如何？ 和多少次？：
I eat congee every morning.
Amy has a ballet lesson twice a week.
Adverbs of frequency
I always get up at seven o’clock.
usually / generally / almost always / nearly always
Jill is usually late for school.
Jacky is almost always on time.
often / frequently / regularly
We often have pasta for dinner.
I frequently go shopping at the weekend.
sometimes / occasionally
Sam sometimes stays with his sister.
Kelly occasionally goes hiking.
rarely / seldom / almost never / hardly ever
My parents seldom go out at night.
Kevin is hardly ever ill.
You never ask me to play mahjong.
I am always happy to see you.
We rarely disagree about anything, and we never fight.
I will never leave Hong Kong.
Sometimes, I eat breakfast on the bus. But I don’t do it often.
always hardly ever never rarely seldom
Where did you find your mobile phone?
I found my mobile at home. (place)
Where did you go after the exam?
I went home. (direction)
above abroad anywhere/nowhere/somewhere
around away back backwards/forwards below
close down east/south/west/north here/there
at home in/out indoors/outdoors inside/outside
near nearby over up upstairs/downstairs
Did you go anywhere for Christmas?
Yes, I went abroad.
I bought some souvenirs there. I brought the souvenirs home.
The exam was difficult. The exam was very difficult.
She did well in the exam. She did surprisingly well in the exam.
absolutely completely entirely extremely fairly
far pretty relatively slightly so too very
almost barely enough hardly just (a) little
much nearly only quite rather really scarcely
She really tired her best in the exam.
They aren’t rich enough to buy a car.
Fortunately, he arrived just in time. He was naturally quite relieved.
actually apparently certainly clearly consequently
definitely evidently fortunately frankly honestly
hopefully luckily naturally obviously perhaps
possibly presumably probably supposedly surely
Obviously, she was disappointed when she lost.
she was disappointed when she lost, evidently.
she was undoubtedly disappointed when she lost.
she certainly dislikes losing.
she will definitely be disappointed if she loses.
我們將 -er/-est 添加到單音節副詞和副詞early：
I worked harder this term than I did last term, and I started earlier every morning.
我們把 more/the most 放在更長的副詞前面：
she can play backgammon more skilfully than her sister.
我們也可以使用 less/the least 和 as … 與副詞一樣：
I play less skilfully than my sister. I don’t play as well as she does.
The furthest/ fathest