GCSE Latin: Adverbs


An adverb expresses manner, place, time or degree by modifying a verb, adjective, another adverb or an entire clause.

English adverbs often end in –ly (e.g. “gently”).

Latin adverbs are often derived from adjectives, but there are many which are standalone adverbs.

Like adjectives, Latin adverbs can have comparative and superlative forms.