Positive Adverbs Starting With P

Positive Adverbs Starting With P

The use of adverbs in English grammar is a common situation. The verbs used in the sentence are affected by the adverbs. Words that have various effects on the verb are called adverbs. These effects show the status, tense, or more or less of the verb. In short, adverbs are words that affect the verb.

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Some techniques are used to understand if there is an adverb in the English sentence structure. For example, the verb “How much?”, “How?”, “When?”, “How often?”, “How long?” such questions are asked. If there is a word in the sentence that answers these questions, it means that the adverb is used in that sentence.

  • I ate quickly for breakfast today.
  • “How” did I eat? I ate “Quickly”. Here, the word “quickly” answers the “how” question asked to the verb. So “quickly” is an adverb.
  • She has hardly survived this stage.
  • “How did she survive”? The word that answers this question is “hardly”. For this reason, the word “hardly” is an adverb.

Positive Adverbs Starting With P

Parentally
Particularly
Passionately
Paternally
Patiently
Peaceably
Peacefully
Perceptively
Perfectly
Permissively
Perseveringly
Persistently
Personally
Perspicaciously
Perspicuously
Persuasively
Pertly
Phenomenally
Philanthropically
Philosophically
Picturesquely
Piously
Piquantly
Placidly
Playfully
Please
Pleasingly
Pleasurably
Plenty
Plum
Poetically
Poignantly
Politely
Popularly
Positively
Powerfully
Practically
Pragmatically
Praiseworthily
Prayerfully
Preciously
Precisely
Preparedly
Prestigiously
Prevalently
Princely
Pristinely
Proactively
Prodigiously
Productively
Professionally
Proficiently
Profitably
Profoundly
Progressively
Prolifically
Prominently
Promisingly
Promptly
Proper
Properly
Prophetically
Propitiously
Prosperously
Protectively
Proudly
Provocatively
Prudently
Public-spiritedly
Punctually
Purely
Purposefully