1. Adverbs of time and place
2. Adverbs of time in English
Adverbs of time tell us when an action takes place.
|Early||She usually gets up very early.|
|Late||We have dinner late on Saturdays.|
|Today||I haven't got maths today.|
|Tomorrow||We could meet tomorrow.|
|Tonight||We are going to watch a film tonight.|
|Now||What is your sister doing now?|
|Then||Cook the carrots first and then add the onions.|
|Yesterday||Yesterday we had dinner and watched television.|
3. Adverbs of place in English
Adverbs of place tell us where an action occurs.
|Here||I've worked here for five years.|
|There||The bus stop is over there.|
|Inside||It's starting to rain. Let's go inside.|
|Outside||The children are playing outside.|
|Upstairs||Jill is upstairs, in her bedroom.|
|Downstairs||Go downstairs and have breakfast.|
|Nearby||Is there a good restaurant nearby?|
|Far (away)||That city is far away from here.|
When we have two adverbs in the same sentence, the adverb of place usually comes first and then the adverb of time.
|Adverbs of time|
|Adverbs of place|