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How Should I Order My Adverbs in English?

Ordering your Adverbs in English can be tricky! But, there is a simple rule for you to remember: How, When, Where!

Let's look at some examples!

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▪️He works in the garage on Tuesdays.

1. where: in the garage

2. when: on Tuesdays

▪️The children were playing quietly in the yard.

1. how: quietly

2. where: in the yard

▪️She sang very well at the concert last night.

1. how: very well

2. where: at the concert

3. when: last night

So just remember: how, where, when!

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