Uzbek Adverbs

Uzbek Adverbs

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Uzbek Adverbs

Learning the Uzbek 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 Uzbek language. But first we need to know what the role of Adverbs is in the structure of the grammar in Uzbek.

Uzbek 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.

Grammar Tips:

While in English adverbs are usually formed by adding (-ly) to adjectives, in Uzbek there’s no difference between adjective and adverb forms. We use one and the same word to describe both singns of the nouns and verbs. Examples:

 

Sekin (slow) becomes Sekin (slowly)

Bu sekin poyezd (It’s a slow train)     Bu poyezd sekin yuradi (This train goes slowly)

A’lo (perfect) becomes A’lo (perfectly)

U menga a’lo javob berdi (He gave me a perfect answer)  U har savollarga a’lo javob beradi (He answers all questions perfectly)

However that’s not always the case. Some words are adverbs by nature. For example:

Xozir (now), haqiqiy (really), and yaqinda (soon) are some Uzbek adverbs.


Here are some examples:

English AdverbsUzbek Adverbs
adverbsravishlar
I read a book sometimesbazan men kitobni o'qiyman
I will never smokemen hech qachon chekmayman
are you alone?sir yakkamisiz?

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Adverbs in Uzbek has a logical pattern. Locate the Adverbs above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Uzbek.

List of Adverbs in Uzbek

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

English AdverbsUzbek Adverbs
adverbs of timevaqt ravishlari
yesterdaykecha
todaybugun
tomorrowertaga
nowhozir
thenbundan keyin
laterkeyin, keyinroq
tonightbugungi tunida
right nowhozir, birdanida
last nighto'tgan tunda
this morningshu ertalabda
next weekkelasi haftasida
alreadyallaqachon
recentlyyaqinda
latelykeyingi paytlarda
soonyaqin orada
immediatelybirdan
stillhali
yethali
agooldin
adverbs of placeo'rin-joy ravishlari
hereshu (bu) erda
thereu erda
over thereusha joyda
everywherehar bir joyda
anywherebiror joyda
nowherehech qaerda
homeuyda
awaytashqarida
outtashqarida
adverbs of mannerholat ravishlari
veryjuda
quitebutunlay, juda
prettychiroyli
reallyhaqiqatdan ham
fasttez
wellyahshi
hardko'chli, og'ir, qiyin
quicklytez
slowlysekin
carefullyehtiyotlik bilan
hardlyarang, zo'rg'a
barelyarang, zo'rg'a
mostlyko'pincha
almostdearli
absolutelyaniq
togetherhamma
aloneyolg'iz
adverbs of frequencytez-tez qaytalanish ravishlari
alwayshar doyim
frequentlytez-tez qaytalanish ravishlari
usuallyodatdan
sometimesvaqt-ma-vaqt, bazan
occasionallybazan
seldomkam-dan-kam
rarelykam-dan-kam
neverhech qachon

Adverbs of time place manner and frequency have a very important role in Uzbek, therefore they need very special attention. Once you're done with Uzbek Adverbs, you might want to check the rest of our Uzbek lessons here: Learn Uzbek. Don't forget to bookmark this page.


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