The Russian language is undoubtedly one of the most colorful and expressive languages in the world. What helps to make Russian speech so bright? What parts of speech allow not only accurately, but also figuratively describe actions, objects, phenomena? With the help of which words is formed the majority of artistic means of expressiveness? I would like to tell more about the nearest “relative” of the adjective’s name – dialect.
So, what is this part of speech such an adverb? First of all, it should be said that the adverb indicates the sign of action. What will sound clearer – “I spent time at a party” or “I had a wonderful yesterday at a party”. The difference is obvious. In the first case, there is only a dry statement of the fact, but with the help of the second one one can show its attitude to this fact and point out the time when it occurred. Thus, both informative and emotional expression increase. Another property
of the adverb is its unchangeability, makes this part of speech more attractive in the eyes of schoolchildren. You do not need to think about the correctness of writing endings, as in adjectives, nor about the harmonization of times, like verbs.
Almost always the adverb “lives” and works with verbs, adjoins them, explains, clarifies, gives clarity to the definition of this or that action. An adverb is a real “why” – it answers almost any questions. Where? Where? When? Where from? Why? What for? And How? With their help, you can specify the time of the action, and its causes, understand for what purpose this action was committed, learn the measure and the mode of action.
An adverb is a good helper in the case when it is necessary to compare one object or action with another. It’s much easier to say, for example, that: “Vasya plays tennis worse than Sasha” than: “Vasya is a good tennis player, but Sasha surpasses him in this.” The first option is clearer and shorter. And, as you know, brevity is the sister of talent, and a pledge of understandable
One can not help saying about the dialects that express negation. Compare: “In our city there are no places where you can have a good time” and “in our city there is nowhere to have a good time.”
There are several rules, remembering which, it is not difficult to use adverbs and do it competently. Firstly, if the adverb has a sibilant at the end, then after it a soft sign (except for only three words: already, in marriage, unbearable) is necessarily put. Secondly, in negative adverbs the vowel in the prefix depends on stress: not under stress, or unstressed. Also worth remembering the rules of writing adverbs through hyphens, do not forget that the writing of vowels at the end of adverbs depends on the prefix, to know what adverbs are written together, and which are separated. There are not many rules, and it will not be difficult to remember them.
Using adverbs, you can significantly reduce the time, describing certain events, diversify your oral and written speech, making it more colorful and expressive, show your attitude towards certain events. All this indicates what an important and necessary part of Russian speech!