The adverbs in Spanish

Spanish is a very rich language. Therefore, it has many things that you will have to learn: verb tenses, nouns, adjectives, adverbs... If you are learning Spanish, one of the first things you will learn will be adverbs.

In order to create sentences, no matter how simple they may be, you need them. The adverbs of time, place, mode or quantity are used at all times.  With them we add information to verbs, adjectives and even to an entire sentence

Learning to use adverbs in Spanish is important. You will give more depth and meaning to your sentences. In Academia Contacto we tell you what adverbs are and how to use them. Attention!

Types of adverbs in Spanish

An adverb is a word that is part of the sentence and is invariable. It modifies the meaning of the verb. That is, it is used to indicate circumstances of this. Although the adjective modifies the noun, the adverb accompanies and provides information about the verb.

  • Time adverbs: Yesterday, today, tomorrow, always, never, then, now, now, frequently, before...
  • Place adverbs: Here, there, there, there, here, near, far, up, down, in front, behind, in front, above, below, where, before...
  • Mode adverbs: So, good, bad, carefully, better, worse, like...
  • Quantity adverbs: A lot, a little, more, less, a lot, nothing, how much...
  • Affirmation adverbs: Yeah, sure, well, obviously, also...
  • Denial adverbs: No, neither, nothing, barely, ever, ever...
  • Doubt: Perhaps, probably, surely, perhaps...
  • Exclusion, inclusión: Other, including, still...

I eat a lot when I'm nervous (a lot - quantity adverb)

I don't want to argue either (neither - denial adverb)

Where's Sara? Sarah is there (There - adverb of place)

If you are learning Spanish, you need to learn the adverbs. They are used even in the simplest sentences. In addition, they add value to the sentence. In Academia Contacto you will learn the adverbs in a simple and fun way. All the teachers are native speakers and, therefore, the teaching method is ideal.