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What is an adverb?

An adverb is a word that provides extra information for a verb, an adjective or another adverb. 


so / very / really

Many adverbs take an “ly” ending, but there are some important adverbs that don’t end in “ly.” 


The words “so,” “very,” and “really” are among the most commonly used adverbs. Watch this video. 


The word “quite” is an adverb that is similar to the words “very” and “really.”

  • It’s quite busy here today. (It’s very busy.) 
  • This pizza is quite good. (It’s really good.) 
  • I’m not quite ready to leave yet. (I’m almost ready.) 
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