An exclamative adverb is a word or phrase used to express a strong emotion like surprise or awe. Spanish has three exclamative adverbs: cómo (de), cuánto, and qué (de).
The Spanish verb hacer, which literally means "to do" or "to make," is used impersonally to explain when something happened.
In Spanish, there are a number of adverbs as well as a single suffix that can be used to intensify the meaning of other words.
When, where, why, how? Use interrogative adverbs to ask these informational questions.
Negative adverbs turn affirmative statements and questions into negative statements and questions. The most common English negative adverb is the word "not," and the Spanish equivalent is no. To make a statement or question negative, just put no in front of the verb.
The Spanish word según can be a preposition, conjunction, or adverb, but has essentially the same meaning in each case.
Superlative adverbs are grammatical phrases used to indicate that one person/thing is the most, best, least, or worst of all.