Now that you all know what an adverb is, here are some examples:
1. Before Rocky's bath, her dad will help her brush Rocky gently.
2. Then Heather has to wash Rocky efficiently until he's squeaky clean!
3. After Rocky's bath, Heather will have to wait patiently for Rocky to dry.
4. A few minutes past quickly, and Rocky is now dry.
5. Now, Heather and her family thoughtfully takes Rocky to the park.
6. Heather throws Rocky's ball sloppily for Rocky to chase.
7. Rocky chases after the ball wearily.
As you may have concluded in the examples, most adverbs end in -ly. All of the red words, the adverbs, end in -ly. There are other ones that tell when or where. Here are some examples of the adverbs that tell when or where:
8. Heather guesses that Rocky will be energetic tomorrow!
9. Tomorrow, Rocky will wake up excitedly.
10. He barks loudly until Heather comes to see what all the commotion is about.
11. Heather doesn't know what is going on at first, but Rocky barks endlessly!
12. Rocky's leash drops on the floor softly and Rocky grabs it with his teeth, begging.
13. Heather sympathetically guesses that he wants a walk and clips it on his collar.
14. Heather and Rocky go outside and take a walk happily together!
These are all of the ways we learned so far, and I'm pretty sure that there are more types of adverbs. Again, we only learned these, so if you know another way, and you don't see it on here, that is why.