Adverbs. Adverbs modify verbs adjectives other adverbs quantifiers and whole sentences. They answer the questions How? When? Where? How often? How sure?. Adverbs that modify verbs can go in several different places in a sentence. At the beginning At the end After the helping verb.
After the main verb when there is no object.
After the verb + object
Many adverbs of manner are formed from adjectives + lyAdjectives that end in –y drop the -y and add –ilyAdjectives that end in –ic or –ical add -ally
Adverbs of place tell where something is or where it happens. (location). They also express where something or someone is going (direction).Here, there, up, down, in, out, inside, together, back, away
After the main verb when there is no object, or after verb + object
Direction adverbs always come after a pronoun object
At the beginning or at the end of the clause
Early and late go at the end
After the subject and be.
Before other main verbs
Perhaps and maybe are at the beginning of the sentence
The others go after the subject and be but before other main verbs
Before the word they modify
Enough comes after the word it modifies
Enough (quantifier)I have enough money to live comfortably.It comes before the noun Enough (intensifier)You aren’t eating enough.It comes after the noun it modifies.