Georgian Adverbs

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Georgian Adverbs

Learning the Georgian Adverbs is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you master it the more you get closer to mastering the Georgian language. But first we need to know what the role of Adverbs is in the structure of the grammar in Georgian.

Georgian adverbs are part of speech. Generally they're words that modify any part of language other than a noun. Adverbs can modify verbs, adjectives (including numbers), clauses, sentences and other adverbs.

Grammar Tips:

While in English adverbs are usually formed by adding (-ly) to adjectives. In Georgian many adverbs are formed from adjectives, simply by adding the suffix –ad, -a to the singular feminine form of adjectives. Examples:

neli (slow) becomes nela (slowly)

srulyofili (perfect) becomes srulyofilad   (perfectly)

However that’s not always the case. Some words are adverbs by nature. For example:

axla (now), namdvili - namdvilad (really), and male (soon) are all Georgian adverbs.

Here are some examples:

English AdverbsGeorgian Adverbs
adverbszmnizedebi - ზმნიზედები
I read a book sometimesme zogjer vk'itkhulob ts'igns - მე ზოგჯერ ვკითხულობ წიგნს
I will never smokeme arasodes movts'ev - მე არასოდეს მოვწევ
are you alone?mart'o khar? - მარტო ხარ?

Notice the structure of the Adverbs in Georgian.

List of Adverbs in Georgian

Below is a list of the Adverbs of time place manner and frequency in Georgian placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Georgian vocabulary.

English AdverbsGeorgian Adverbs
adverbs of timedrois zmnizedebi - დროის ზმნიზედები
yesterdaygushin - გუშინ
todaydghes - დღეს
tomorrowkhval - ხვალ
nowakhla - ახლა
thenmashin - მაშინ
latermogvianebit - მოგვიანებით
tonightamagham - ამაღამ
right nowsts'ored akhla - სწორედ ახლა
last nightts'ukhel - წუხელ
this morningdghes dilit - დღეს დილით
next weekmomaval k'viras - მომავალ კვირას
alreadyuk've - უკვე
recentlyakhlakhans - ახლახანს
latelybolo dros - ბოლო დროს
soonmale - მალე
immediatelysasts'rapod, dauqonebliv, akhlave - სასწრაფოდ, დაუყონებლივ, ახლავე
stillk'vlav - კვლავ
yetjer - ჯერ
agots'in - წინ
adverbs of placeadgilis zmnizedebi - ადგილის ზმნიზედები
hereak - აქ
thereik - იქ
over thereik, ikit - იქ, იქით
everywhereqvelgan - ყველგან
anywheresadghats - სადღაც
nowherearsad - არსად
homesakhli - სახლი
away -
outgaret - გარეთ
adverbs of mannervitarebis zmnizedebi - ვითარების ზმნიზედები
verydzalian - ძალიან
quitesak'maod - საკმაოდ
prettysak'maod - საკმაოდ
reallynamdvilad - ნამდვილად
faststs'rapad - სწრაფად
wellk'argad - კარგად
hardrtulad, dznelad - რთულად, ძნელად
quicklysts'rapad - სწრაფად
slowlynela - ნელა
carefullyquradghebit - ყურადღებით
hardlydzlivs - ძლივს
barelydzlivs - ძლივს
mostlydziritadad - ძირითადად
almosttitkmis - თითქმის
absolutelysruliad - სრულიად
togetherertad - ერთად
alonemart'o - მარტო
adverbs of frequencysikhshiris zmnizedebi - სიხშირის ზმნიზედები
alwaysqoveltvis - ყოველთვის
frequentlykhshirad - ხშირად
usuallychveulebriv, - ჩვეულებრივ,
sometimeszogjer - ზოგჯერ
occasionallyzogjer - ზოგჯერ
seldomishviatad - იშვიათად
rarelyishviatad - იშვიათად
neverarasodes - არასოდეს

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