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These tell us how something happened or how it was done.

For example:

Manyasa walked quickly. Quickly tells us how manyasa walked.

Therefore in the sentenses below the underlined words are adverbs of manner.

1. The lorry moved slowly up the road.

2. The nurse talked softly to the sick child.

3. “Stop driving so fast” a passenger shouted angrily

4. The passengers sang loudly.

5. It rained heavily last night.

6. The children greeted one another happily.



These tells us when sothing was done or when it happened.

For example:

last time, at lunch time, at break time, last year, yesterday

In the following sentences the underlined words are adverbs of time.

1.He saw the accident this morning

2.I willwrite the letter before lunch time.

3.We will go to washington tomorrow.

4.The Ethiopian aircraft occurred in September 2019

5.The travellers started their journey at six o’clpck.

6.Ismail will go for the driving test on friday.


These tell us where something was done,where it happened or where it was.

For example:

Under the tree, in the middle of the road, at the back of the class

The following underlined words are the adverbs of place.

1.The injured man was lying in the middle of the road

2.He was placed at the back of the car

3.They put him on a stretcher

4.She put her watch on a shelf

5.He pushed his shoes under the table

6.The mouse was hiding behind the box


(Englısh) Describing character (personality)

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– Generous ( a person who likes giving people things, money, help, kindness, etc..).
A: He helps people get their food.
B: Yes! I see. He is so generous.

– Friendly ( a person who is open and warm).
Our neighbor is very friendly to us, he invites us to his home every day.


– Confident ( a person who feels sure about himself/herself and his/her abilities).
I believe he will do the task when he says that because he is confident.

– Hard-working ( a person who puts a lot of effort into his/her work and spends a lot of time on it).
I think they are hard-working volunteers, they work 12 hours a day.


– Lazy ( a person who doesn’t want to work or use any effort).
He is too lazy to walk to work.

– Shy ( a person who can’t talk easily to people he/she doesn’t know).
He was too shy to ask her to dance with him.

– Stupid ( a person who is silly and unwise; showing poor judgment or little intelligence).
She was really stupid to quit her job like that.

– Nervous ( a person who is worried or slightly frightened).
I was nervous during my driving test.


English – Phrasal verbs

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go out: to depart from a place, a house, a room, an office, etc. in order to do something for entertainment

Do you want to go out for a dinner after work?

put down: to place something or someone down on the ground; or write down; or it can be used to humiliate or criticize someone; or to kill an animal who is sick or suffering

She put her bag down and went upstairs.

break down: to destroy something; or to stop working; or to fail; or to become very bad; or to lose control

My computer just broke down suddenly!

look up: to search for “information”; or to look up to someone: to admire and respect someone; or getting better (of a situation)

Finally, things are looking up for me.

I really look up to your dad.


put away: to put “things” back in their places

Can you please put the book away after you finish reading it.

clean up: to remove dirt

Clean up your room before you leave.

hurry up: to do something more quickly

Hurry up or you will miss the bus.

come over: to visit someone in the place where they are usually “generally in their house”

Why don’t you come over in the evening?

get along: to manage to live friendly with someone; or to survive; or to deal with a situation, usually successfully

I wonder how Adnan is getting along in his new job.

pass away: to die

His father passed away last week.