Adverbs – Time / Place / Frequency

Want to practice some English Adverbs?

English adverbs

What is an English Adverb?

An adverb is a word or phrase that modifies the meaning of an adjective, verb, or other adverb, expressing manner, place, time, or degree (e.g. gently, here, now, very ). Want a simple video to explain more: BBC Bitesize

You will use a variety of Adverbs in your everyday conversations.  Why not learn how to say them confidently and clearly in your RP British accent?  So what now?

  • listen to the recordings
  • grab your recording device ( smartphone, tablet…) and record yourself as you repeat the words.
  • listen back and compare yourself with the recordings below.
  • keep repeating and recording the words that you are not pronouncing correctly.
  • In one weeks time, come back to this page and re-record yourself – what improvements do you notice?


Adverbs of Placement Part One:

Adverbs of Placement Part Two:

Adverbs of Place Part Three :

Adverbs of Frequency: Part One

Adverbs of Time

British Accent Verbs

Want more practice with English verbs?  Module 5 of the new and improved Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource, takes you through the pronunciation of the Top 300 verbs (present tense) . Listen to each of the verbs that you use everyday, and hear them in context in a sample sentence. You can purchase the Learning Resource from £49.

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