Intermediate Adjectives and Adverbs
Using Adverb Clauses - Introduction
Grammar guide to using adverb clauses in English for ESL EFL TEFL or ESOL learners
Adjective or Adverb - Which to Use?
Rules for when to use an adjective or an adverb for ESL classes and teachers
Adjective Placement Quiz
Test your knowledge of using more than one adjective to describe a noun (i.e., an interesting old English book).
Guideline to the correct order of adjectives when using more than one adjective to describe a noun (i.e., an interesting old English book).
Adjectives or Adverb?
Sometimes students are not sure when to use an adverb or an adjective. This short guide provides an overview and rules to using both adjectives and adverbs.
He is a careful driver. In this sentence 'careful' is an adjective. Learn the basic rules for using adjectives in English.
Adverb Clauses Expressing Conditions
How to use adverb clauses such as if, unless, only if, even if, etc. to express conditions for results.
Adverb Clauses Expressing Opposition
How to use adverb clauses with time expressions such though, even though, whereas, etc. to show clauses in opposition to each other.
Adverb Clauses Overview
Introduction to the use of adverb clauses using a chart to show the various types of adverb clauses used (time, opposition, condition and cause/effect).
Adverb Clauses Showing Cause and Effect
How to use adverb clauses such as because, as, since, etc. to express cause and effect.
Adverb Clauses with Time Expressions
Adverb Clauses with Time Expressions</B></A><BR>How to use adverb clauses with time expressions such as when, as soon as, before, etc.
Adverbs of Frequency
Reference guide to using adverbs of frequency such as 'always, usually, rarely and never'. This extensive guide includes exceptions, and an extensive list of uses for adverbs of frequency.
What are Adverbs?
There are five different types of adverbs. This feature explains each of the five adverbs types, adverb spelling and adverb placement, as well as exceptions to the rules.