The role of the adverbs is to qualify verbs. However, they also qualify nouns, adjectives or other adverbs. In addition, adverbs do not change in number and person.
Adverbs are formed from adjectives, by adding the ending -O. Another less frequently ending is -E. Sometimes the adjectives are the same as the neuter gender form of the adjectives.
See this transformation in the example sentences:
|Иван е много бърз спортист.||Иван тича бързо.|
|Иван е добър ученик.||Иван се учи добре.|
There are different types of adverbs. There role is to make our speech richer and more precise.
|надясно||to the right|
|наляво||to the left|
|като че ли||as if|
Adverbs are pretty flexible when it comes to sentence structure. There are no rules!
|Никога не съм била в България.||I have never been in Bulgaria.|
|Не съм била никога в България.||I have never been in Bulgaria.|
|Не съм била в България никога.||I have never been in Bulgaria.|
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