What Are Adverbs of Place?
Adverbs of place are words that indicate the location. In this lesson, we will learn about them.
Types of Adverbs of Place
Let us take a look at some of the most common adverbs of place below:
Now, let us see what each one means and how it functions:
- Here: 'Here' shows that something is close or when we are talking the place we are in:
We have to change our clothes in
- There: 'There' is used to point to a place far from us:
- Up : When something/someone is in a higher place:
- Down: When someone/something is in a lower position than us, we use 'down':
She said goodbye and slowly went down.
- In: When we want to show that someone/something inside a place, we use 'in':
- Out: When we want to indicating somewhere outside of a place, we use 'out':
My parent went
We mainly put adverbs of place after verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs to describe them. So, they mostly come at the end of the sentence. Look at the following examples:
I thought they were going
Please let me come