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Adverbs & Comparative Adverbs





 
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Adverbs in English
An American English teacher explains what adverbs look like and how they work in a sentence.
Where do I put the adverb? Using adverbs is quite easy, once you know where to place them



Hard and hardly
An English teacher shows some of the differences between the adverb "hard" and the adverb "hardly."
Ever
An English teacher shows how to use the adverb "ever" in questions and the word "never" in response.


 
Comparative Adverbs
An English teacher explains how adverbs are put into the comparative form.



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