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Points To Remember While Using Adverbs
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This lesson focuses on the basic explanation of Adverb with the help of a formal definition and certain examples. It explains important points to keep in mind while using adverbs in the sentences and also examples are being used for a clearer understanding.

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Himanshu Das
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what's your daily planning for upsc preparation? means about news paper, optional subject ? because if I gave time to news paper and optional paper ,after 2 hour of my class ,and all those things I have got very few hours for the study so I want to know your strategy for optional paper ? which is your optional subject?
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great video sir !!! Please more videos on grammar
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  1. Collection: Verbs & Adverbs Lesson 9: Adverb- I


  2. About Me BE. from BITS Pilani Senior Business Analyst, Dell e Follow me on Unacademy: https://unacademy.in/user/HimanshuDas


  3. Adverb e Adverb is a word that modifies a verb or an adjective or another adverb Adverbs typically answers questions such as how, in what way, when, where, and to what extent. Examples: Examples: He moved very swiftly. The teacher explained the concept clearly. o


  4. Adverb osts nearly seventy thousand rupees ty thousand rupees An iPhone c rupbees An iPhone nearly costs sevent e y thousand


  5. Adverb Adverbs should be placed as close as possible to the word they modify e An iPhone costs nearly seventy thousand rupees. * An iPhone nearly costs seventy thousand rupees


  6. Adverb * I have reminded him often to take care of his belongings I have often reminded him to take care of his belongings T have reminded him often to ake care of his belongings Thave often reminded him to take care of his belongings.


  7. Adverb "An adverb should be placed between auxiliary and main verb verb. I have reminded him often to take care of his belongings. I have often reminded him to take care of his belongings.


  8. Adverb When an adverb modifies an adjective/ adverb is comes before it. " The child is sleeping rather blissfully. Do not run so slowly.