I need some information about Stative & Dynamic adverbs with exaple, please.
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Dynamic verbs are those which describes activities and events for example play, melt , hit . Examples of dynamic verbs are given below

Play : He plays soccer every tuesday.

Melt : The snow is melting right now.

Hit: When one boxer hits another, brain damage can result.

On the other hand, Stative verbs usually refer to a state or condition which is quite static or unchanging. Examples of stative verbs are given below.

Hate: I hate Chocolate.

Believe: She believes in UFO's

Own : Obaid own's one motorbike.

Hope you will undertsand the difference between them with examples.


Obaid Tariq
Verbs and adverbs are two different things, you know. Emotion: smile

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Thanks Mr Ubaid, I was aware of this difference between stative and action VERBS, but my question is about ADVERB which is called stative adverb and dynamic adverb.

I do not is there such topic in English grammer or not; some body asked me about it, I replied: when the verb in a sentence is stative, the adverb of that sentence will be stative adverb, it refers to the kind of verb.

Verbs and adverbs are two different things, you know
Yes, I know. Thanks for giving time...
I was not aware that anyone divided adverbs into stative and dynamic. I've never heard of this. Let us know if you find out more about it. Emotion: smile

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There are two kinds of verbs, dynamic and stative! Still I have not seen adverbs divided into these two kinds.
my apologies CJ, I didn't read it correctly

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obaidtariqmy apologies CJ, I didn't read it correctly
No need to apologize. You gave some good information, so those people who want to know about stative and dynamic verbs can still profit from what you wrote. In any case, my reminder about the difference was directed at the original poster, not at you, just in case the OP really did intend to write 'verb' instead of 'adverb'.

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