Adverbios de modo: ejemplos, consejos y posiciones

Adverbios de modo: ejemplos, consejos y posiciones

Adverbios de modo: ejemplos, consejos y posiciones

En esta publicación, aprendemos qué son los adverbios de modo y dónde colocarlos en una oración. Hay una lección sobre todos los tipos de adverbios adjunta al final de la publicación, puede desplazarse hacia abajo directamente y aprender todos los tipos de adverbios.

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What is an adverb of manner?

Definición: un adverbio de modo es un tipo de adverbio que indica cómo realizamos una acción. Los adverbios de modo describen la manera en que se realiza una acción.

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Examples:

  • What you do, do it passionately. (with a lot of passion)
  • Hold the box carefully. It might break as it’s fragile. (in a careful manner)
  • Jon does his work honestly. (with honestly)
  • She angrily left the place. (in an angry manner)
  • You danced beautifully last night. (in a beautiful way)
  • Touch it gently. (in a gentle/kind manner)
  • The students are eagerly waiting to start the new program. (in a manner that shows you are eager or excited)
  • They are eating peacefully. (In a peaceful manner)
  • She was talking to me awkwardly last night. (in a strange/awkward manner)
  • The man living next to my house openly confessed that he had stolen my car. (without hiding anything)
  • We have been waiting patiently for our turn. (in a way that shows patience or tolerance)

Adverbs of manner not ending with ‘ly’

HardFast and Well son los adverbios de modo que no terminan en ‘ly’.

Examples:

  • He kicked the ball hard.
  • Jacob runs fast.
  • You did well in the test.

Position of adverbs of manner

Los adverbios de lugar pueden ocupar los siguientes lugares en una oración:

Position of adverbs of manner
ADVERBS OF MANNER – these answer the question how? ! This adverb usually comes after the direct object or if there is no direct object, after the verb: -She speaks Italian beautifully. -He works well. -You must drive your car carefully. -Eat quietly.
  1. Después del objeto del verbo
  2. Justo antes del verbo
  3. Al principio de una oración

After the object of a verb

Esta es la posición más común que toman los adverbios de modo en una oración. Aquí hay unos ejemplos:

Examples:

  • She was touching me awkwardly.
  • You handled the case boldly.
  • I was expecting you to run away cowardly.
  • Tell us everything honestly.

Si el verbo es intransitivo, lo que significa que no tiene un objeto después, el adverbio de modo viene después del verbo.

  • She sang beautifully last night.
  • The manager speaker rudely to all the employees.
  • The lady coughed loudly in front of the food.
  • After the class ended, the kids ran hastily towards the ice cream man.

Right before the verb

Los adverbios de modo, a veces, se usan antes del verbo para enfatizar el adverbio. Aquí están algunos ejemplos:

  • We nervously opened the box.
  • He angrily left the class.
  • The old lady gently held the baby in her hands and starte playing with it.
  • We clearly won the watch.

At the beginning of a sentence

At the beginning of a sentence

Cuando desee captar la atención de sus lectores u oyentes y crear suspenso en torno a la información, puede utilizar adverbios de modo al comienzo de una oración.

Examples:

  • Slowly he moves his hands towards the chocolate.
  • Cowardly he turns down the fights.
  • Hastily he ran after the bus.

list of adverbs of manner

  • Angrily
  • Awkwardly
  • Astonishingly
  • Anxiously
  • Adorably
  • Adamantly
  • Accidently
  • Boldly
  • Bravely
  • Blindly
  • Badly
  • Brightly
  • Calmly
  • Cowardly
  • Carelessly
  • Covertly
  • Cautiously
  • Cunningly
  • Clearly
  • Correctly
  • Courageously
  • Deceitfully
  • Daringly
  • Deliberately
  • Doubtfully
  • Eagerly
  • Easily
  • Elegantly
  • Equally
  • Eventually
  • Enthusiastically
  • Fast
  • Faithfully
  • Frivolously
  • Fiercely
  • Fondly
  • Frantically
  • Franky
  • Foolishly
  • Formally
  • Gently
  • Generously
  • Gladly
  • Greedily
  • Gracefully
  • Goofily
  • Hard
  • Honestly
  • Hurriedly
  • Hastily
  • Innocently
  • Irritably
  • Informally
  • Implicitly
  • Inappropriately
  • Incorrectly
  • Indirectly
  • Inevitably
  • Intellectually
  • Intentionally
  • Intelligently
  • Interestingly
  • Joyously
  • Joyfully
  • Jubilantly
  • Jovially
  • Jadedly
  • Kindly
  • Lazily
  • Loosely
  • Lamely
  • Loudly
  • Mightily
  • Magically
  • Mercilessly
  • Metaphorically
  • Meticulously
  • Miserably
  • Modestly
  • Mysteriously
  • Noisily
  • Nervously
  • Openly
  • Passionately
  • Peacefully
  • Patiently
  • Perfectly
  • Pleasantly
  • Poorly
  • Positively
  • Powerfully
  • Precisely
  • Professionally
  • Properly
  • Quickly
  • Quietly
  • Quakingly
  • Queerly
  • Rapidly
  • Rationally
  • Recklessly
  • Regretfully
  • Relentlessly
  • Respectfully
  • Rudely
  • Stupidly
  • Steadily
  • Sadly
  • Safely
  • Separately
  • Smoothly
  • Successfully
  • Swiftly
  • Tearfully
  • Tediously
  • Terribly
  • Unaggressively
  • Unaffectedly
  • Unbiasedly
  • Uncleverly
  • Vaguely
  • Veraciously
  • Virtually
  • Whimsically
  • Whole-Heartedly
  • Wisely
  • Wrathfully
  • Xenophobically
  • Yawningly
  • Zestfully
  • Zealously

Adverb phrases of manner

Las frases adverbiales de modo son frases preposicionales que funcionan como un adverbio de modo. Aquí hay unos ejemplos:

  • She was singing with a lot of passion.
  • He talks to people in a low voice.
  • Swati sings like a professional singer.

You can form an adverb phrase of manner by using ‘very/extremely/so + regular adverb of manner’. Here are some examples:

  • She talks with everyone very passionately.
  • Why are you eating so loudly?
  • Everyone talks with him extremely respectfully.

Adverb clauses of manner

Las cláusulas adverbiales de modo son cláusulas dependientes que funcionan como un adverbio de modo. Aquí hay unos ejemplos:

  • You are talking to me like I am a baby.
  • I feel as strong as you are.

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