Some adverbs show the possibility of something happening or how likely something is to happen.
Never is used to describe something that will not happen.
Always is used to describe something that happens all the time.
Maybe and perhaps are used to describe something that might happen.
Here are some more examples of adverbs of possibility:
Definitely, certainly, clearly, obviously, possibly, perhaps, probably, doubtless, sometimes and rarely.
Now you've got the hang of it, let's begin the activities!
Here's a taster of the questions you will be asked:
The word like is an adverb of possibility. True or false?
The answer is false. 'Like' is not an adverb of possibility.