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Adverbs and Prepositions of Time

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Adverbs and Prepositions of Time

Adverbs and prepositions of time are essential components of the English language that allow speakers to convey when events happened, how long they lasted, and the frequency of their occurrence. Adverbs such as "yesterday," "today," "tomorrow," "soon," and "never" modify verbs to indicate when an action took place or will take place. Prepositions such as "in," "on," "at," and "since" provide further detail by indicating the specific time and duration of an event. For example, "I woke up early this morning," "I will meet you at the restaurant at 7 pm," or "I have been studying English since last year." These adverbs and prepositions of time are crucial for clear communication and effective storytelling in both spoken and written English.

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