Learn English Adverbs - Grammar Lesson

source: Oxford Online English      2015年1月21日
Different types of adverb behave in different ways, and follow different rules. Thinking about adverbs in different types can help you to understand adverbs better, and to use them correctly. You can learn more about the different types of adverb, how to form them and how to use them in the video. The full lesson with the text and exercises: http://www.oxfordonlineenglish...
In this lesson, you can learn about adverbs. We're going to look at the following questions:
1. What are adverbs, and what do they do?
2. What's the difference between adjectives and adverbs?
3. Are there different types of adverb?
4. How can I form adverbs?
5. Where should I put the adverb in the sentence?

Adverbs are words which describe things—they add information to another word in your sentence.
For example:
- "He walked slowly up the stairs" — the adverb 'slowly' describes the verb 'walk'

Some adverbs don't just describe one other word in a sentence—they add information to the whole sentence. For example:
- "Fortunately, no one was seriously hurt" — the adverb 'fortunately' adds information to the sentence, not to just one word

Adjectives are also words which describe things, like adverbs. So, what's the difference? Adjectives only describe nouns. For example:
- "He's a slow worker" — the adjective 'slow' describes the noun 'worker'

Because adverbs do different jobs, it's useful to think of adverbs in different types.
Adverbs of manner describe verbs. They describe how something is done. For example: fast, carefully, in a hurry
Adverbs of time describe when something happened.
For example: yesterday, last week, immediately
Adverbs of frequency describe how often something happens.
For example: never, always, sometimes
Adverbs of degree describe adjectives or other adverbs.
For example: very, incredibly, quite
Sentence adverbs describe the situation—not just one word: luckily, apparently, obviously

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An English Conversation about Living Abroad (with Subtitles!)

source: To Fluency       2018年1月31日
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# list of key words and phrases that we used in this English lesson:
- it’s what we both did when we lived in Spain (past sentence)
- you’re probably wondering what it would be like living abroad (great example of wondering)
- I can’t believe it’s been 10 years (I'm shocked it's been that long)
- some of the best things that we took away from this experience (learned)
- it gave you five seconds to cross 6 lanes of traffic (good sentence, right?
- we didn’t know that the subway had closed (past perfect)
- I remember standing there after going through the checkout (remember + gerund = memory)
- it’s hard to have a sense of humor if you don’t know the language (sense of humor)
- he saw that we were having problems (past sentence)
- I remember getting to Bilbao and being so excited (remember + gerund = memory)
- There’s no point saying football because that creates confusion (it makes people confused)
- we don’t get time to step back and think about it (to step back = to take time to think about it)
- What were some things that really stood out to you? (noticeable)
- Did you get a little choked up? (emotional)

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CNN 10 - March 1, 2018 | What could constitute a potential war in space

source: NEWS with Subtitles      2018年2月28日
"Star wars" is how you could describe today's special edition of CNN 10. We're explaining what could constitute a potential war in space, how its effects could be felt across a country, and what's being done to guard against it.
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Speaking English Fluently like Native Speakers through 901 perfect English | Part 4

source: Helena Daily English     2018年2月1日
This video helps people to unravel the complexity of multi-word verbs, preposition and adverb collocations and idiomatic expressions.
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News Words: Espouse

source: VOA Learning English      2018年1月11日
Long ago, espouse only meant "to marry." Now it is rarely used that way.
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10 English Words Borrowed from Other Languages

source: Interactive English      2018年1月13日
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How much to tip in the USA - American culture & travel

source: Speak English with Christina     2017年6月12日
How much should you tip at a restaurant, a bar, the hotel, and the airport? Find out in this English lesson!
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Prepositions of Place: AT, IN, BY, INTO, OUT OF - Common English Mistakes

source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com      2018年1月30日
In this English grammar lesson you will learn how to use English prepositions of place. You will be able to understand the difference between those prepositions: AT, IN, BY, INTO and OUT OF and make great phrases.
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Think up, Think through, Think over, Think back

source: Practice English with Paul     2015年6月25日
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EE's Twitter Vids #2: *a No-Brainer *a Slap on the Wrist *to Sit on the Fence *to Put Down *to Look the Other Way

source: Gerry English Expressions      2018年1月18日
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Practice Past Tense – Answering ‘What did you do last night?’

source: Learn English with Let's Talk       2018年1月27日
A very common question that pops up in an English casual conversation is ‘What did you do last night?’ This question is about the last night and you need to answer it in the past tense. Learn some interesting English phrases and expressions that you could use to talk about how did you spend your last night. Your English teacher Michelle teaches you questions related to different situations and how to answer them correctly in English. It’s always better to learn English based on situations as it helps you to remember phrases and vocabulary that you could use in a specific situation. So sit tight, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the lesson.

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5 times you should NOT use a preposition in English

source: Espresso English        2018年1月28日

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