What Are Adverbs of Manner?
Adverbs of manner are a type of adverb used to modify verbs and describe how an action or event is done.
Adverbs of Manner: Structure
Most Common Adverbs of Manner
Here are some of the most common adverbs of manner:
Check out the examples:
She found him
Adverbs of Manner: Placement
Adverbs of manner are used to describe the way in which the main verb is done. So, they are mostly used after the main verb. Here are some examples:
Adverbs of manner are used to make the verb more obvious. They are used to show how an action is used.
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