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ADVERBS - modify everything except a noun
 

Think of a few example phrases for each of these adverbs.
see WITH EXAMPLE QUESTIONS AND EXAMPLE STATEMENTS

still - what is a childhood behavior that you still do as an adult?
ever - Have you ever been to Australia?
even - Will you go to the park even if it rains?
never - Who would you never tell a lie to?
always - Why do we always yawn when we're tired?
often - Where do you often eat?
sometimes - What do you do sometimes but not all the time?
usually - When do you usually go to sleep?
eventually -
actually
once
twice
just
now
almost
already
once
probably
finally
nearly
simply
certainly
quickly
recently
usually
particularly
clearly
suddenly
frequently
immediately
rather

WITH EXAMPLES

still - We broke up, but I still love her. The mail still hasn’t come.
ever - This is the best hamburger I've ever had!
even - Why do you want to buy a tent? You don’t even like camping!
never - I hope I never lose my wallet. He never returned to his parents’ house.
always - The customer is always right. Always wear your seat-belt.
often - How often do you shave? I often dream about storms.
sometimes - Sometimes I drink black coffee.
usually - I don’t usually walk to work, but this morning the weather was too nice not to!
eventually - Keep trying. Eventually you’ll get it.
actually - I said I liked rooibos tea, but I don’t actually know what rooibos is.
once - Once upon a time… / Once I finish the dishes, we can start a movie / I once had a cat named Thomas.
twice - I’ve seen the show twice. It is in fact more interesting the second time around.
just - I have just a couple minutes to talk. Can we just forget about it?
now - What are you doing now? She’s now taking karate classes.
almost - I’m almost ready to go, are you? Watch out! You almost ran over that old lady.
already - I have already seen that movie.
probably
finally
nearly
simply
certainly
quickly
recently
usually
particularly
clearly
suddenly
frequently
immediately
rather