Italian Adverbs

This is a list of adverbs in Italian. This includes adverbs of time, place, manner and frequency. Which sums up most of what you need for daily use.

Now: ora
Later: Più tardi
Tonight: stasera
Last night: la notte scorsa
This morning: stamattina
Yesterday: ieri
Today: oggi
Tomorrow: domani
Next week: la prossima settimana
Already: già
Recently: recentemente
Lately: ultimamente
Soon: presto
Immediately: immediatamente
Still: ancora
Yet: ancora

After the above adverbs of time, now we move on to adverbs of place.

Here: qui
Everywhere: ovunque, dappertutto
Anywhere: ovunque, in qualsiasi luogo

Now adverbs of manners, used to describe how something happens. They are usually placed after the main verb.

Carefully: attentamente (or)con cura
Alone: da solo
Very: molto
Really: veramente
Quickly: rapidamente
Slowly: lentamente
Almost: quasi
Together: insieme

These are adverbs of frequency, which are used to answer the question "how often?".

Always: sempre
Sometimes: a volte
Rarely: raramente
Never: mai

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