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  • 7.1 Position of adverbs in English [0/2]
  • 7.2 Adverbs of manner in English [0/2]
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  • 7.5 Adverbs of quantity in English [0/2]
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  • Adverbs of quantity in English

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    1. Practice the adverbs of quantity in English Score -/-
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    This chapter discusses the adverbs of quantity in English. Adverbs of quantity express how much there is of something. 

    What are adverbs of quantity in English?

    Adverbs of quantity in English indicate the quantity of an action. They are usually placed after the verb and before the adjectives and other adverbs. These adverbs are different from the adverbs of degree, because these adverbs express the amount of the action and the adverbs of degree express intensity of the action. 

    Adverbs of quantity examples:

    • He did not study enough for his exam.
    • You talk too much.
    • They are so nice.
    • It is almost full.

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    An alphabetical list of adverbs of quantity

    The table below shows a list of common adverbs of quantity.

    Adverb of quantity Example
    A few There are a few problems with the new program.
    A little She knows a little Spanish. 
    A lot of It costs a lot of money to buy a new laptop.
    Almost The bag is almost full. 
    Enough They are smart enough to skip a class. 
    Entirely  It was entirely his fault.
    Even The traffic jams get even worse during the summer. 
    Failry The exam was fairly easy. 
    Hardly There was hardly anything to eat.
    Lots There are lots of people waiting outside. 
    Less She has got to spend less money. 
    Many There are many people at the concert. 
    Much I can speak much more German than Spanish.
    Partially  This explains partially why you are late. 
    Pretty The exam was pretty difficult. 
    Rather I am rather smart.
    Quite She is quite sure her purse has been stolen. 
    Scarcely    He was scarcely able to move his leg. 
    So John is so generous.
    Too There are too many people here. 
    Very She is very late. 
    Way I spend way too much money on food. 

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