Definition of Adverb of Time:
A word that tells the time of an action is called adverb of time. It answers the question – When is the action carried out?
Examples of Adverb of Time:
- Samantha came here yesterday.
- She stayed for a while then left.
- She came at around 9.30 AM.
- I was sleeping then.
- I slept late the previous night.
- Before that, I was playing tennis on the lawn.
- She woke me up at around 9.45 AM but did not stay for long.
- Now I am going to her home.
- I wanted to go tomorrow but then I thought it would be better if I go today.
- When I reached her home, she was not there at that moment.
- I waited for a few minutes.
- Then I called her but her phone was switched off.
- When I was about to come back, I got her on the phone.
- She said she would be away for a while.
- It would take an hour at least for her to come home.
- She asked me if I could wait till she came back.
- I said I could wait for her as long as she wanted.
- She arrived home three hours later.
- I was sitting in front of her door all that time.
- I said I could wait for her as long as she wants, but I was bored after a few minutes.
- I left her home in the afternoon.
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