definition of adverb of place

Adverbs of place indicate where something happens.
These include; abroad, anywhere, here, outside, somewhere, there, underground, upstairs etc.
For example:
My passport is here in my bag.
Place                                    Example
Upstairs           The children were playing upstairs.
In London           The people demonstrated in London.
Outside                   The children were playing outside.
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Adverbs of place tell us where something happens.
They are usually placed after the main verb or after the object:


after the main verb:

  • I looked everywhere
  • John looked away, up, down, around...
  • I'm going home, out, back
  • Come in

    after the object:

  • They built a house nearby
  • She took the child outside
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Adverb of Place is the adverb where it is taking place.
Example: The children are downstairs
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