Tajik Adverbs

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Tajik Adverbs

Learning the Tajik Adverbs is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you master it the more you get closer to mastering the Tajik language. But first we need to know what the role of Adverbs is in the structure of the grammar in Tajik.

Tajik adverbs are part of speech. Generally they're words that modify any part of language other than a noun. Adverbs can modify verbs, adjectives (including numbers), clauses, sentences and other adverbs. Here are some examples:

English AdverbsTajik Adverbs
adverbszarfho - зарфҳо
I read a book sometimesman kitobro khondam - ман китобро хондам
I will never smokeman digar sigor namyekasham - ман дигар сигор намекашам
are you alone?shoomo tanho hastyed? - шумо танҳо ҳастед?

Notice the structure of the Adverbs in Tajik.

List of Adverbs in Tajik

Below is a list of the Adverbs of time place manner and frequency in Tajik placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Tajik vocabulary.

English AdverbsTajik Adverbs
adverbs of timevaқt - вақт
yesterdaydirwz - дирўз
todayimrwz - имрўз
tomorrowpagoh - пагоҳ
nowhozir - ҳозир
thenmodom - модом
laterbaʲdtar - баъдтар
tonightimshab - имшаб
right nowhamono, darhol - ҳамоно, дарҳол
last nightdina shab - дина шаб
this morningimrӯz saharī - имрӯз саҳарӣ
next weekhaftai oyanda - ҳафтаи оянда
alreadyallakay - аллакай
recentlyba nazdikī - ба наздикӣ
latelyokhiran - охиран
soondar nazdikī - дар наздикӣ
immediatelydarhol - дарҳол
stillboz - боз
yethanwz - ҳанўз
agokayho - кайҳо
adverbs of placeçoyho - çойҳо
herein ço - ин çо
thereon ço - он çо
over theredar on ço - дар он çо
everywheredar hama ço - дар ҳама çо
anywheredar yagon ço - дар ягон çо
nowheredar hyeç ço - дар ҳеç çо
homekhona - хона
awaydoor az - дур аз
outbyeroon az - берун аз
adverbs of mannerzarfhoi sifatī - зарфҳои сифатӣ
verykhyelye - хеле
quitekamgap - камгап
prettyzyebo, khooshrwy - зебо, хушрўй
reallyhaқiқatan - ҳақиқатан
fastfaʲol, chaққon - фаъол, чаққон
wellkhoob - хуб
hardsakht - сахт
quicklytyez, zood - тез, зуд
slowlyohista - оҳиста
carefullymyehroobon - меҳрубон
hardlybazwr - базўр
barelybazwrī - базўрӣ
mostlybyeshtar - бештар
almosttaқriban - тақрибан
absolutelyhatman - ҳатман
togetheryakçoya - якçоя
alonetanho - танҳо
adverbs of frequencyzarfhoi takrorī - зарфҳои такрорӣ
alwaysdoimo - доимо
frequentlyaksar vaқt - аксар вақт
usuallyoomooman - умуман
sometimesbaʲzan - баъзан
occasionallyahyon-ahyon - аҳён-аҳён
seldomkamtar - камтар
rarelygoh-goh - гоҳ-гоҳ
neverhyeçgoh - ҳеçгоҳ

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