What is an Adverb of Place?

Adverb of place is a word or group of words that show where an action takes place. It satisfies the question, ‘where‘.

Examples:

  1. My little sister followed me everywhere.
  2. The horse galloped away with its rider.
  3. Birds lay eggs in nests.
  4. The magician performed on the stage.
  5. Place the ladder against the wall.

In the above sentences, everywhere, away, in nests, on the stage and against
the wall
show the places where their respective verbs followed, galloped, lay, performed
and place take effect.

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