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Vowels & Consonants
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Noun
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Adverb
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Vocabulary
ADVERB
Types of Adverb Adverb of Time Adverb of Frequency Adverb of Place
Adverb of Manner Adverb of Quality Adverb of Reason Adverb of Duration
Adverb of Affirmation Adverb of Conjunction Relative Adverbs Interrogative Adverbs
Degree of Comparison Positive-Comparative-Superlative Formation of Adverb
INTERROGATIVE ADVERBS

Adverbs that are used to ask questions are called Interrogative Adverbs.

The answers to these questions will require the use of Simple Adverbs.

Why : for what reason ?
When : at what time ?
Where : at what place ?
How : in what way ?
 
Examples
How does he speak ? (He speaks clearly)
How is he now ? (He is well)
Where is your bother ? (at home)
When is he going on tour ? (Tomorrow).
How often do you meet him? (only sometimes)
How long did you stay in Nigeria ? (for a month)
Since when have you started shaving ?
How hot is the milk ? (Very hot, quite hot)
How much do you know him? (a little)
Why were you absent yesterday ? (because of illness)
How did you reach here ?
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Types of Adverb Adverb of Time Adverb of Frequency Adverb of Place
Adverb of Manner Adverb of Quality Adverb of Reason Adverb of Duration
Adverb of Affirmation Adverb of Conjunction Relative Adverbs Interrogative Adverbs
Degree of Comparison Positive-Comparative-Superlative Formation of Adverb