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English Adverbs

Adverbs of Time

Overview | Degree | Duration | Frequency | Manner | Place | Probability | Time | Adverbial
Comparative | Superlative

Adverbs of time

Some adverbs tell us when something happened or will happen.

These include:afterwards, later, now, soon, yesterday etc.

For example:-

Yesterday all my troubles seemed so far away. - In this sentence yesterday shows us when the singers troubles seemed so far away..

Other adverbs of time include:-

Time Example
Saturday, Sunday ... I am going to the shops on Monday.
Today I've been to the shops today.
Yesterday I went yesterday.
Next week/month/year I am going next week.
Last week/month/year I went last year.
Finally I finally went.
Eventually I eventually went to the shops.
Already I've already been to the shops.
Soon I'm going to the shops soon.
Just I'm just going to the shops.
Still I'm still at the shops.

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