Adverbs of frequency and quantity

Frequency adverbs:

매일, 맨날 = everyday

매주 = every week

매달 , 매월 = every month

매번 = every time

보통 = usually

자주 = often

가끔 = sometimes

때로는 = once in a while, sometimes

별로 = not really

전혀 = not at all; absolutely not

항상 = always

늘 = always

또 = again

자꾸 =  repeatedly, again and again, over and over again

빈번히 = very often

계속 =  continuously

흔히 =  commonly, frequently

대개 = for de most part, generally

때때로 = somewhile, occasionally, sometimes

좀처럼 = seldom

드물게 = rarely

주로 = mainly, for the most part

대부분에  =  in the main, mainly


Quantity and degree adverbs:

조금 = a little, a few

좀 = a little, a few

약간 = a little, a bit

다 = all, entirely

더 = more

덜 = less

조금 더 = a little more

많이 = a lot

수많은 = a lot, many, without number (수 = number (of))

너무 = too much

충분히 = enough

소수의 = a few

다수의 = many

너무 많이 = too much; very much

아주 많이 = a lot; very much

조금씩 = little by little, bit by bit, gradually

전혀 = not at all

훨씬 = very much, a lot, far

훨씬 덜 = much less

거의 = approximately, almost

약 = about, approximately

대략, 대충 = approximately, roughly

대단히 = very, (very) much, greatly, highly, extremely, immensely, enormously, terribly

매우 = very (much), really, extremely, greatly, terribly

완전히 = completely, entirely, fully, absolutely,

순전히 = wholly, purely, completely, utterly (eg: 순전히 내 잘못이다 = It is purely my mistake)

두 배로 = doubly

꽤 = quite (eg: quite big/ interesting/ cold etc.)


Written and translated by: 이사벨

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