What are adverbs of places ? give an example.
Adverbs that tell us about where the action takes place or answer the question ‘where?’ are adverbs of place. They usually come after the main verb or after the object.
The lever has to be pulled backwards.
The fox looked at the grapes above.
Reena is going back today.
Adverb of place is always placed after the verb or the object of the verb because it answers the question where?
Let us take an example.
'He will go there'.
'He will go.' But where? The answer is given by the adverb 'there'.
If the adverb is placed before the verb, the sentence will not give the correct meaning.