1) Adverbs describe verbs. They tell us how something is done. They usually go after the verbs.
- We do the housework quickly.
- He drives fast.
- She speaks loudly.
- I can do the homework easily.
To form regular adverbs, add -ly to the adjective. Words ending in -y change to -ily and words ending in -le change to -ly.
Some adverbs are irregular.
2) Adverbs of frequency.
They usually come before the main verb.
- I usually go to bed at about 10.00.
- I always have a toast for breakfast.
- She often goes to bed late.
- He never eats meat.
- I sometimes go to work by bus.
Sometimes and usually can also come at the beginning or the end.
- Sometimes we play tennis.
- We play tennis sometimes.
- Usually I walk to school.
- I walk to school usually.
Never and always can't come at the beginning or the end.