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Types of Adverbs Limiting Show Speed Reflect how often Show how well something is done Show degree and effort Show in what way something is done
Adverbs that limit Almost or practically a limited amount, a little bit not completely but somewhat just about or nearly She saved almost no money The actress won practically all the awards.
Adverbs that limit Virtually or essentially almost completely almost entirely for the most part The accident victims escaped virtually unharmed. John and Will are doing essentially the same experiment.
Adverbs that limit Scarcely emphasizes a narrow margin or below satisfactory performance very little ability or possibility barely or hardly We had scarcely enough food. John didn’t study and scarcely passed the test.
Adverbs that limit Hardly with great effort or with little likelihood almost not at all emphasizes the difficulty involved It is hardly possible to save money when you are a student. I could hardly stand I was so tired
Adverbs that limit Barely only meeting the minimum emphasizes the narrow margin of achieving or having something I have barely any money. It is barely 11:00. We can’t eat lunch yet.
Adverbs that limit Just immediate past only the minimal amount possible She just finished the test. I have just one more question.
Adverbs that limit Merely used to limit an extreme condition and nothing more simply(only) I did not break the glass, I merely dropped it. She did not mean to break it; it was merely a mistake.
Adverbs that limit Rather somewhat (to a certain extent) a little bit I am rather broke. It is rather a cloudy day.
Adverbs that limit Roughly approximately fairly correct or accurate I have roughly two hundred dollars. Mary wears roughly a size 10 dress.
Adverbs that limit almost/merely/rather/hardly She is ________ pretty. She was ______ late, not absent. We have ______ enough gas to get home.
Adverbs that limit practically/barely/almost I can’t leave yet because work finishes at five and it’s ____ four. We can go home now. Our job is ______ completed. It is ______ eight, and I’m not done yet.
Adverbs of speed Quickly with speed or promptness in a short time He did his work carefully but quickly. Try to get it done quickly, because we have to go soon.
Adverbs of speed Slowly with little speed unhurriedly taking a long time She walked slowly to school. She is working too slowly; we need to finish tonight
Adverbs of speed Hastily in a hurry speedily too quickly to be careful She hastily cleaned her desk before the boss came. Take your time and do not drive too hastily.
Adverbs of speed Lethargically drowsily without energy with apathy or dullness The boys seemed sleepy as they lethargically put the toys away. Jack was lethargic after his accident.
Adverbs of speed Promptly without delay in a timely manner at once Please arrive promptly at 6:00. Alice always arrives promptly for her lesson.
Adverbs of speed Tardily late not prompt or on time Alex always arrives tardily for class. If you arrive tardily again, you will be fired.
Adverbs that reflect how often Constantly continually without pause It is hard to get any work done when the telephone rings constantly.
Adverbs that reflect how often Steadily Continuing forward in an even and regular manner The rain continued steadily throughout the night.
Adverbs that reflect how often Intermittently Sporadically Irregularly The rain showers occurred intermittently during the afternoon.
Adverbs that reflect how often Occasionally Once in awhile Not often Infrequently Since I live so far away, I only get to visit my family occasionally.
Adverbs that reflect how often Periodically Routinely At fixed intervals or times The fire alarms should be tested periodically.
Adverbs that show how well something is done Effectively Meeting a need This medicine works effectively. Her fever should drop within an hour. This medicine effectively works, and her fever should drop within an hour.
Adverbs that show how well something is done Efficiently Without waste A gas furnace can heat the house more efficiently than a wood stove. A gas furnace can more efficiently heat the house than a wood stove.
Adverbs that show how well something is done Conscientiously Thoughtful and with care Before leaving for work Alice conscientiously checks to make certain all of the doors and windows are locked. Before leaving for work Alice checks conscientiously to make certain all of the doors and windows are locked.
Adverbs that show how well something is done Concisely Briefly and clearly She was able to concisely describe the problem in just a few minutes. She was able to describe the problem concisely in just a few minutes.
Adverbs that show how well something is done Deftly Skillfully The young gymnast was able to perform her routine deftly. The young gymnast was able to deftly perform her routine.
Adverbs that show how well something is done Erroneously Incorrectly By error John erroneously turned on the hot water instead of the cold. John turned on the hot water erroneously instead of the cold.
Adverbs that show degree and effort Ultimately Finally In the end It was his greed that ultimately ended the thief’s career. Ultimately, it was his greed that ended the thief’s career.
Adverbs that show degree and effort Urgently With great need Very seriously After such a disaster, medical supplies are urgently needed. After such a disaster, medical supplies are needed urgently.
Adverbs that show degree and effort Marginally Barely His ideas are only marginally useful. His ideas are useful only marginally.
Adverbs that show degree and effort Enormously Immensely Tremendously It is an enormously long report. The report is enormously long.
Adverbs that show degree and effort Assuredly Certainly Positively These problems will assuredly be resolved. Assuredly, these problems will be resolved. These problems will be resolved, assuredly
Adverbs that show degree and effort Mildly Somewhat Moderately We were mildly surprised to see Jack at the wedding.
Adverbs that show in what way something is done Frankly Directly In a straightforward manner I wish Alice would learn to speak frankly. Frankly, I wish my daughter was doing better in school.
Adverbs that show in what way something is done Explicitly In an exact and detailed way I told him quite explicitly to be here by seven. Jack has explained the new program quite explicitly.
Adverbs that show in what way something is done Peculiarly Oddly or strangely Rita has been acting peculiarly since her accident. The streets are peculiarly quite for this time of the day.
Adverbs that show in what way something is done Impartially Without favor The decision to appoint Ralph as president was made impartially. She is too personally involved to to act impartially.
Adverbs that show in what way something is done Readily Without hesitation Quickly Emergency supplies were readily available right after the earthquake happened.
Adverbs that show in what way something is done Willingly With pleasure Without hesitation Bill Gates willing gives much money to charity. The crowd moved off willing when they realized the danger of staying.
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