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Adverbs of Time
Overview | Degree | Duration | Frequency | Manner | Place | Probability | Time | Adverbial
Comparative | Superlative
Some adverbs tell us when something happened or will happen.
These include:afterwards, later, now, soon, yesterday etc.
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:-
|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.|