Examples of Adverbial Phrase

  (5/5, 186 votes)

Definition of Adverbial Phrase

An Adverbial Phrase is a group of words performing the task of an adverb.

Examples of Adverbial Phrase

  • I came here yesterday.
  • Once upon a time, the lady lived here.
  • Sam said it in a polite way.
  • John was walking so quickly.
  • I will meet you tomorrow.
  • Jeff was speaking so roughly.
  • The man was shouting very loudly.
  • I made them understand the plan in an easy way.
  • The man seldom comes here.
  • Samantha is trying to do the work quickly.
  • They came in a group to make us understand.
  • We are working so hard to complete the project.
  • Bob is trying to win the game by hook or by crook.
  • The student is trying heart and soul to pass the exam.
  • You are walking so slowly.
  • Next year Jack will come here.
  • We are going to watch a movie on Friday.
  • Are you thinking in this way?
  • Don’t talk to me in that tone.
  • Alana spoke in a low voice.

Other types of phrase examples:

Published By
About us  | Privacy Policy | Terms
© 2024 learnenglish.net All Rights Reserved.