Adverb of Time: English Grammer

Adverb of Time

An adverb of time is an adverb that describes when, for how long, or how often a certain action happened. Adverbs of time are invariable.

Examples: always, daily, eventually, finally, frequently, generally, hourly, later, never, nightly, normally, occasionally, often, rarely, regularly, seldom, sometimes, soon, still, today, tomorrow, usually, weekly, yearly, yesterday, early, tonight, Next week, Next month, Last week, Last month, Last night, etc

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Adverb of Time In English

Examples of “Adverb of Time”

  • Rohan went to school early.
  • That dog always barks at night.
  • He often curses at his children.
  • Sometimes I skip my breakfast.
  • I rarely eat in restaurants.
  • He wrote to her almost daily.
  • We are going to a party tonight.
  • Yesterday, I visited my cousin John.
  • I hope we’ll meet again soon.
  • She usually sings in the shower.
  • The examination is held yearly.
  • He frequently donates to charity.
  • The kids start school next week.
  • Their marriage broke up last month.
  • We had a late dinner last night.
  • We meet regularly, once a month.
  • We go for walks occasionally.
  • I’ll call you from home later.
  • I have never committed any crime.
  • On Sundays, he seldom stays in the house.

List of Adverbs of Time

  • Already
  • Always
  • Annually
  • Before
  • Constantly
  • Daily
  • Earlier
  • Early
  • Eventually
  • Ever
  • Finally
  • First
  • Formerly
  • Fortnightly
  • Frequently
  • Generally
  • Hourly
  • Immediately
  • Infrequently
  • Just
  • Last
  • Last month
  • Last night
  • Last week
  • Late
  • Lately
  • Later
  • Monthly
  • Never
  • Next
  • Next month
  • Next week
  • Nightly
  • Normally
  • Not until
  • Now
  • Occasionally
  • Often
  • Previously
  • Quarterly
  • Rarely
  • Recently
  • Regularly
  • Seldom
  • Since
  • Sometimes
  • Soon
  • Still
  • Then
  • Today
  • Tomorrow
  • Tonight
  • Usually
  • Weekly
  • Yearly
  • Yesterday
  • Yet

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