Adverbs

Across
We can’t swim across.
The yard measures about 50 feet across.
After
That was in 1996 soon after, I heard that he’d died.
Coldly
We received them coldly.
Hotly
They denied the accusation hotly.
Warmly
He welcomed us warmly.
Deeply
She was deeply offended.
Directly
She’ll be here directly.
The new regulations will affect us directly.
Highly
He was a highly paid official.
They spoke very highly to him.
Lately
Have you seen him lately?
Nearly
I’m nearly ready.
Prettily
Her little girls are always pretty difficult.
Rightly
She was rightly punished.
I was rightly informed.
Wrongly
You were wrongly informed.
Longer
It took longer than I expected.
Long
How long will it take to get there?
It won’t take long.
It would take too long.
Near
We live quite near.
You’re near enough. Don’t come too near. Don’t go near the edge.
Slowly
He drove the car slowly in the upcountry.
Beautifully
we saw her dancing beautifully.
Carefully
Ann carefully picked up all the pins.
Foolishly
He foolishly forgot his purse.
Near
They live near my house.
Away
It fled away to save its life.
Everywhere
They looked for her everywhere.
Around
The police went around in search of the criminal.
Soon
You must give a reply soon.
Recently
I haven’t met him recently.
Eventually
Eventually he happened to go to prison.
Before
The bus had left before Ann came.
Enough
People in remote areas don’t have enough facilities.
Rather
His thinking power is rather weak.
Extremely
We were extremely surprised about it.
Completely
I completely forgot your work.
Absolutely
You are absolutely wrong.
Occasionally
Occasionally I go to the cinema.
Continually
She did her studies continually.
Against
They were rowing against the current.
She was forced to marry against her will.
As/so
She worked as slowly as she dared.
She doesn’t snore as/so loudly as you do.
It didn’t take as long as I expected.
Then
She eats more quickly than I do/ than me.
Kamal played better than he had ever played.
We arrived earlier than I expected.
Reluctantly
He gave her the money reluctantly.
Suspiciously
He looked at me suspiciously.
Angrily
She angrily denied that he had stolen the documents.
Generously
They paid us generously.
Eventually
Eventually he came.
Presumably
They have presumably sold their house.
Honestly
Honestly, Ann didn’t get the money.
Just
I’ll buy just one.
I just had enough money.
Just sign here means this is all you have to do.
Quite
It’s quite extraordinary.
The bottle was quite empty.
Never
Never before had I been asked to accept a bribe
.