Ending a sentence with an adverb

Ending a sentence with an adverb

An adverb is a word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. The adverb can be used in a sentence at the end or at the beginning. When the adverb comes after the verb, it usually gives additional information about the verb’s action. In this case, we often use an auxiliary verb (be, have, do) with the past participle form of a verb.

The following are examples of sentences wherein the adverb has been used in the end. The adverb usually answers the question “how?” or “in what way?”

Sentences

  1. She always speaks loudly.
  2. I have never seen him so excited.
  3. He always moves fast.
  4. We will never forget this moment forever.
  5. Please do not read my book without my permission.
  6. The man was well dressed and looked handsome.
  7. We are very much interested in visiting your country at any time convenient to you.
  8. The man slowly walked into the room.
  9. She slowly walked into the room.
  10. She came slowly into the room.
  11. I slowly walked into the room.
  12. The boy went home quickly.
  13. She spoke to her friend loudly.
  14. The student answered all the questions correctly.
  15. He climbed up the tree quickly.
  16. She drove her car carefully.
  17. They played very well in their match against Brazil yesterday.
  18. I have never been to China before, but I plan to visit it next year. 
  19. He tried to relax as much as possible during his vacation. 
  20. She is an outstanding singer.
  21. She sings well.
  22. He is an evil player.
  23. He plays badly.
  24. The team played very well in the final match.
  25. It was an outstanding performance by the team.
  26. I felt unfortunate when my parents died in an accident.
  27. I cried for days after hearing about their deaths.
  28. I was late for work today because I overslept.
  29. She won the race because she ran faster than anyone else.
  30. He was angry because he had lost his temper with me.
  31. He was worriedly looking at the clock.
  32. The old lady strolled down the street.
  33. He strolled down the street, looking worriedly at his watch.
  34. The teacher answered all the questions well. 
  35. He did his best on yesterday’s test but did not do well enough to pass it. 
  36. I was very angry with him.
  37. He played football well.
  38. She sang beautifully in the competition.
  39. The boy ran fast towards his house.
  40. She ran fast towards her house.
  41. He climbed up the tree very carefully and slowly.
  42. They shouted loudly when they saw their mother coming back home from work late at night.
  43. The students sat quietly in their seats.
  44. The teacher instructed the students to sit quietly in their seats.
  45. The students sat quietly in their seats and listened attentively to what the teacher had to say.
  46. The students sat quietly in their seats, listening attentively to what the teacher had to say.
  47. He is a man who is always right. (man + who)
  48. The book was fascinating. (very + interesting)
  49. Your question needs an answer now. (needs + now)
  50. She gave her opinion on the subject in a way that showed she knew what she was talking about. (showed + that)
  51. We must accept this reality as something beyond our control or influence.
  52. It’s raining outside.
  53. She is running fast.
  54. He plays basketball well today.
  55. The sun shines brightly every day in the summertime.
  56. I am going to transfer my money immediately.
  57. She is always late for her classes.
  58. It is fortunate that we are all present here today.
  59. This is the best day of my life so far!
  60. We were very happy with the way he handled our case in court yesterday!
  61. I don’t like to eat fast food because it is high in fat and cholesterol.
  62. Smoking can lead to many health problems, including cancer and heart disease.
  63. I have been working at my current job for over 20 years.
  64. The United States has the largest economy in the world, followed by China and Japan.
  65. We need to stop using plastic bags because they are harmful to the environment and end up in our landfills and oceans, where they can harm wildlife and pollute our water supply.
  66. The poor boy cried bitterly when he discovered his mother had died in an accident.
  67. Tommy ran quickly down the steps and fell on his face on reaching the bottom! 
  68. To indicate when something happened.
  69. Yes, I have a good time.
  70. No, I don’t have a good time.
  71. He cares about education.
  72. He doesn’t care about education.
  73. I will call you tomorrow morning at 9 o’clock sharp!
  74. She sings well. She sang well yesterday.
  75. The ball rolled slowly down the hill.
  76. I love you madly.
  77. The dog barked loudly.
  78. He ran as quickly as he could.
  79. She was singing happily when she saw me enter the room.
  80. The girl stood still at the bus stop when I passed her on my bike.
  81. The cat was purring loudly.
  82. He was angry with me.
  83. The teacher carefully graded the papers.
  84. They did this with great care.
  85. She played very well.
  86. He sang beautifully.
  87. I am sorry to hear it.
  88. I am sure that she will do well on the test.
  89. The new student is sitting in the back of the classroom.
  90. I want to go to bed early tonight.
  91. I have always dreamed of becoming a pilot.
  92. The magician performed a really amazing trick!
  93. He was so scared that he ran away from the scene as fast as he could.
  94. We were unfortunate to hear about her death last week.
  95. You should be thankful that you still have your job after what happened last year.
  96. He is such an intelligent person; he has never failed any test in his entire life!
  97. The cat ran quickly to the door and scratched at it.
  98. He is rich, so he does not need to work anymore.
  99. She was so angry that she went into the room and slammed the door behind her.
  100. You have been working very hard, so you deserve a break today!
  101. The children got up early to see Santa Claus before he left town on his Christmas vacation.
  102. I enjoyed your game.
  103. It was entertaining. 
  104. I feel exhausted today.
  105. You can help if you want to. 
  106. He speaks English fluently.
  107. The teacher was angry. She shouted at the students.
  108. He was happy to see his mother. He hugged her.
  109. Don’t forget to study hard for the exam next week. You can do it!

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