163 FREE Adverb Worksheets

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Movie Worksheet: Star Wars Stormtrooper (Daily Routine)

Movie Worksheet: Star Wars Stormtrooper (Daily Routine)

This fun video activity is to practise using the simple present tense when describing daily routines. The video shows the daily routine of a Stormtrooper. While watching the video, learners are as ...
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Adverbs Worksheet

Adverbs Worksheet

This worksheet is recommended after we introduce adverbs. It is really easy and simple. The worksheet contains a small paragraph were students identify the adverbs, and another section to connect ...
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Frequency and Routine Vocabulary

Frequency and Routine Vocabulary

A word search activity with frequency adverbs and days of the week. I made it and used to recycle days of the week and introduce frequency vocabulary. Worked very well after introducing ...
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My Breakfast

My Breakfast

This worksheet can be used for revising food related vocabulary and for teaching adverbs: sometimes, usually, often, never. The students are asked to write down what they like / don’t like f ...
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Weather and Seasons

Weather and Seasons

This worksheet can be used for revising weather related vocabulary and for teaching adverbs  sometimes, usually, often, never. The students are asked to decide what the weather is like in fou ...
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Adverbs to Express Intensity

Adverbs to Express Intensity

This worksheet is to asses the use of adverbs such as extremely, very, really, pretty, fairly, somewhat; and quantifiers like: a lot, quite a bit, not very much, not at all. Students have to reord ...
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Choose To, Too or Two (2)

Choose To, Too or Two (2)

Use to as a preposition before a noun or as an infinitive before a verb. Use too as a synonym for also or to indicate excessiveness before a verb. Use two to spell out the number 2. Students choos ...
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Choose To, Too or Two

Choose To, Too or Two

Use to as a preposition before a noun or as an infinitive before a verb. Use too as a synonym for also or to indicate excessiveness before a verb. Use two to spell out  number 2. Students cho ...
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Such or So?

Such or So?

Such or so? This worksheet was created for young learners and can be used in any English language lesson. Students are asked to choose the correct word to complete each sentence. They then write s ...
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Early or Soon?

Early or Soon?

Early or soon worksheet? This English worksheet can be used in any English language lesson/class. Students are asked to choose the correct word to complete each sentence. There are fifteen sentenc ...
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Part of Speech (Classify Words)

Part of Speech (Classify Words)

This worksheet is used for elementary and  beginner students to learn out word types: noun, verb, adjective, adverb. There are words with typical suffixes such as -able, -tion, -ance, -ly, et ...
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Expressions of Frequency (Examples and Exercise)

Expressions of Frequency (Examples and Exercise)

This worksheet is to be used as a guide for the student. The teacher can use it for the presentation of the content. To warm up, give this worksheet to the student, read each expression, the stud ...
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Food (Much, Many, Not Much, Not Many, a Lot)

Food (Much, Many, Not Much, Not Many, a Lot)

This worksheet is aimed at elementary and beginner students. It can help students to learn some new words about the topic food. Here you can find some activities, such as: match the Russian words ...
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Song Worksheet: Call Me Irresponsible

Song Worksheet: Call Me Irresponsible

This worksheet consists of three excersises. In the first one students write the opposite adjectives. In the second one they listen to the song and fill the gaps. Finally, they complete the chart ...
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Emotional Reported Speech

Emotional Reported Speech

This is a game to pracice reported speech. Students have to take one "tell-card" and one "adverb" card and then say one or two sentences (about what is written on the card) emotionally, trying to ...
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6 Super ESL Games for Grammar Review

6 Super ESL Games for Grammar Review

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Lessons You Can Use Often, Sometimes, Always: Teaching Adverbs of Frequency

Lessons You Can Use Often, Sometimes, Always
Teaching Adverbs of Frequency

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How Often Do You...? 5 Advantageous Tips to Introducing Adverbs of Frequency

How Often Do You...? 5 Advantageous Tips to Introducing Adverbs of Frequency

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How to Teach Grammar: 5 Best Practices

How to Teach Grammar
5 Best Practices

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Did the Boy Sing Goodly or Badly? How to Teach Adverbs Expertly

Did the Boy Sing Goodly or Badly? How to Teach Adverbs Expertly

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The Prediction Was Predictably Predicted: Teaching Word Formation and Parts of Speech

The Prediction Was Predictably Predicted
Teaching Word Formation and Parts of Speech

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How Long is the Flight: 3 Timely Activities for Teaching Adverbs of Time

How Long is the Flight
3 Timely Activities for Teaching Adverbs of Time

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Are You Sure about That? Teaching Certainty and Uncertainty in English

Are You Sure about That? Teaching Certainty and Uncertainty in English

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4 Must Know Types of Adverbs and How to Teach Them

4 Must Know Types of Adverbs and How to Teach Them

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How To Teach The Difference Between Adjectives And Adverbs

How To Teach The Difference Between Adjectives And Adverbs

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I've Had Enough: 3 Very Active Exercises for Describing Degrees

I've Had Enough
3 Very Active Exercises for Describing Degrees

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Yet and Already: 7 Classroom Activities for ESL Students

Yet and Already
7 Classroom Activities for ESL Students

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10 Print and Go Worksheets on Adjectives and Adverbs

10 Print and Go Worksheets on Adjectives and Adverbs

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Habit-tual Fun: 11 Simple Go-to Activities for Teaching Adverbs of Frequency

Habit-tual Fun
11 Simple Go-to Activities for Teaching Adverbs of Frequency

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'Adjective Dance Revolution' And 5 Other Activities For Practicing Adjectives And Adverbs

'Adjective Dance Revolution' And 5 Other Activities For Practicing Adjectives And Adverbs

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About Our Adverb Worksheets
For adverb worksheets, you have come to the right place. There are now 163 exercises related to this part of speech. For your lesson on adverbs of frequency, consider using this worksheet which gives you space to customize the lesson for your students. In the first section, introduce the words that you would like students to learn; words like never, sometimes, often, and always would be a good starting point. In the middle section students match activities with images which is a great comprehension check and finally there is a partner activity where students talk about how often they do certain activities. This worksheet, like many on the site, is very easy to adapt so you can have students focus on material specific to your textbook or your course. For business students, for example, consider changing the activities to ones that would be common in the workplace. Take a look at other available worksheets too. There is no limit to what you can use.
Adverbs add yet another layer of complexity. Students will undoubtedly master the difference between nouns and verbs quite easily but introducing adjectives and adverbs can cause some confusion. There is even another section on the site devoted to worksheets that help students practice using adjectives and adverbs if they are struggling with this. It is important that students comprehend what adverbs do in the sentence. You do not need to introduce the word adverb to your students but be sure students can recognize that adjectives modify nouns while adverbs modify other words.