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Lists of adverbs by letter

At Adverb1.com we hope to be your number 1 choice for lists of adverbs online. In the articles linked to on the site menu you can find adverbs starting with different first letters. For example, there is a post containing adverbs that start with s. There are many kinds of adverbs contained on this site, and these can be very useful for writing great sentences which readers will enjoy.

Adverbs are a part of speech most typically used to modify verbs, but can also modify other adverbs, phrases, and adjectives as well. Let’s look at some examples. He was running rapidly (rapidly is an adverb, modifying the verb running). He ran very quickly (the adverb very is modifying the adverb quickly).

Adverbs can often be formed by adding “ly” to the end of an adjective. Take the word “bright” which is an adjective. Adding “ly” to the end yields “brightly” which is an adverb. While many adverbs do end with the letters “ly”, and this can be a clue to the words part of speech, there are some adverbs that do not follow this pattern.

By browsing through the pages of this site, visitors can see many adverbs and become very familiar with this class of words. Not only that, but site users can also contribute additional words to the posts via the comments at the bottom of the lists. Doing so can serve to make the list more complete and useful to others.

We’ve added posts listing adverbs commonly used with specific verbs. For example, there is a post showing many adverbs often used to modify the verb running (adverbs for running), such as silently, rapidly, and swiftly. To see adverbs for a particular verb, you can type a verb in the search box in the bottom right of the page.

Navigating this site can be accomplished by using the menus in the sidebars. On the left is a starts with menu with each letter of the alphabet. On the right side of the page is a list of the posts with the most comments, the most popular posts, a search box, and popular adverbs for verbs posts too.