German Status Adverbs

Dear students, this lesson is the topic we will cover. Status Adverbs in German (Modaladverbien) it will be. The course below has been prepared by our forum members and is a summary information and some errors may occur. For information purposes.

In order to distinguish the adverbs of the situation in a sentence, as always, the necessary question should be directed to the verb. We can say that the subject of the situation adverb can be remembered more easily than the subjects we deal with other types of adverbs. This is because case envelope There is only one question that can arise. Case envelope The only question that can be asked to the verb for "Who? ” The question is how. It is possible to express the state and actions by using the case envelope in the sentence. Thanks to the state adverbs, it is understood how the action was taken and in what condition it was, and on the other hand, the situation in which the adverbs were found is revealed.

Case adverbs in German As in Turkish, it is not examined separately in terms of qualification, repetition, limitation, reproduction, probability, certainty adverbs. We will share it for you below so that you can have information about the subject and use it when necessary. Status Adverbs in German (modaladverbien) It will be enough to examine the table and learn the frequently used adverbs.

Adverbs of Reason in German Its equivalent in Turkish
very Brokeree Solutions
maybe Belki
In addition Also The Turkish
sicherlich Exact
enough Enough
anders Different
barely Barely
specifically Especially
at least At least
zumindest At least
for nothing Free / for no reason
dummerweise Foolishly
fortunately Good (out of luck)
Unfortunately Unfortunately
partially Partially
übrigens Also The Turkish
only Just
gleichfalls / ebenfalls Same way
really Really

Note: When searching for adverbs of case and all other adverbs in German, it should be kept in mind that if all the words used as adjectives answer the question you have directed to the verb, these words are used as adverbs.

Sample Sentences

Say something different. / Etwas anderes sagen.

Sorry, I've met you. / Ich habe dich leider getroffen.

I could barely pass the exam. / Ich gab kaum die Prüfung ab.

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