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  • Adverbials are usually adverbs, adverb phrases, or prepositional phrases.
  • Adverbials of manner, place, and time are used to say how, where, or when something happens.
  • Adverbials usually come after the verb, or after the object if there is one.
  • The usual order of adverbials is manner, then place, then time.
  • 1. An adverbial is often one word, an adverb.

    Sit there quietly, and listen to this music.

    However, an adverbial can also be a group of words:

    • an adverb phrase

      He did not play well enough to win.

    • a prepositional phrase

      The children were playing in the park.

    • a noun group, usually a time expression

      Come and see me next week.

    2. We use an adverbial of manner to describe the way in which something happens or is done.

    They looked anxiously at each other.

    She listened with great patience as he told his story.

    You use an adverbial of place to say where something happens.

    A plane flew overhead.

    No birds or animals came near the body.

    You use an adverbial of time to say when something happens.

    She will be here soon.

    He was born on 3 April 1925.

    3. We normally put adverbials of manner, place, and time after the main verb.

    She sang beautifully.

    The book was lying on the table.

    The car broke down yesterday.

    If the verb has an object, you put the adverbial after the object.

    I did learn to play a few tunes very badly.

    Thomas made his decision immediately.

    He took the glasses to the kitchen.

    If you are using more than one of these adverbials in a clause, the usual order is manner, then place, then time.

    They were sitting quite happily in the car. (manner, place)

    She spoke very well at the village hall last night. (manner, place, time)

    4. We usually put adverbials of frequency, probability, and duration in front of the main verb.

    She occasionally comes to my house.

    You have very probably heard the news by now.

    They had already given me the money.

    A few adverbs of degree also usually come in front of the main verb.

    She really enjoyed the party

    5. When we want to focus on an adverbial, we can do this by putting it in a different place in the clause:

    • we can put an adverbial at the beginning of a clause, usually for emphasis

      Slowly, he opened his eyes.

      In September I travelled to California.

      Next to the coffee machine stood a pile of cups.

      Note that after adverbials of place, as in the last example, the verb can come in front of the subject.

    • we can sometimes put adverbs and adverb phrases in front of the main verb for emphasis, but not prepositional phrases or noun groups

      He deliberately chose it because it was cheap.

      I very much wanted to go with them.

    • we can change the order of adverbials of manner, place, and time when you want to change the emphasis

      They were sitting in the car quite happily. (place, manner)

      At the meeting last night, she spoke very well. (place, time, manner)

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