「Adjectives and Adverbs」
「Usage Of Adverbs」
「Adverbs expressing time」
As previously mentioned, Japanese adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, other adverbs, and specific nouns, while some adverbs are used to create special expression. These next parts present the commonly used adverbs. They are grouped to what they express, such as time, quantity, degree, circumstance and more.
「Expression of Time」
Itsumo indicates a habitual action or a constant state. It is primarily used in conversation.
Chichi wa itsumo hachiji mae ni ie o demasu.
My father always leaves the house before eight o' clock.
Ano mise no pan wa itsumo atarashii desu ne.
The bread at the store is always fresh, isn't it?
Tsune ni indicates a habitual action or a constant state. It is primarily used in writing.
Toda-san wa tsune ni tabemono ni chūi shite iru.
Miss Toda always pays attention to what she eats.
Hara-san no taido wa tsune ni sekkyoteki da.
Mr. Hara's attitude is always positive.
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