Adverbs are describing words. They add information to something else in your sentence. Adverbs can describe many different things.

When buying a lesson for $15, you get access to it for 30 days. You can buy the same lesson again after the expiration date.

     The adverbs add information to the verbs. These adverbs all describe the verbs by saying how someone did something.

     You can use an adverb to show when, where, or how often something happens (time/place).

     Also, you can use adverbs to add information to adjectives or even to other adverbs.

     And some adverbs are different because they do not just add information to one word; they add information to the whole sentence. They can express your opinion about a situation.

Learn how to use adverbs in this unit.