Pengertian dan Contoh Kalimat Adverb of Degree

Pengertian Adverb of Degree

Adverb of degree adalah adverb (kata keterangan) yang digunakan untuk menyatakan sampai seberapa jauh (tingkatan atau derajat) suatu kegiatan atau peristiwa.

Lihat juga:

How much dapat digunakan untuk mengajukan pertanyaan untuk menunjukkan kata keterangan ini.

Fungsi dan Contoh Kalimat Adverb of Degree

Adverb of degree pada dapat digunakan untuk menerangkan verbadjective, atau adverb lain pada suatu kalimat. Contoh adverb of degree berdasarkan posisi dan maknanya adalah sebagai berikut.

Berdasarkan Posisi

FungsiPosisi dan Contoh Adverb of DegreeContoh Kalimat Adverb of Degree
Menerangkan verbsebelum main verb atau
diantara auxilliary dan main verb
(completely, strongly, entirely, positively, totally)
He strongly recommended the book.
I will totally support you.
setelah main verb
(a lot, much, a great deal)
She talked a lot.
Menerangkan adjectivesebelum adjective
(extremely, really, very)
The weather is very cold.
sebelum & sesudah adjective
(so…that, too…to)
She is so generous that the poors love her.
sesudah adjective
The juice is sweet enough.
Menerangkan adverbsebelum adverb
(extremelly, so, too)
She was swimming so beautifully at this time yesterday.
sebelum & sesudah adverb
(so…that, too…to)
The student studied too hard to pass the test.
sesudah adverb
He drives slowly enough.

Berdasarkan makna

FungsiMakna dan Contoh Adverb of DegreeContoh Kalimat Adverb of Degree
Menerangkan verbseberapa
sangat … sekali
(absolutely, fully, highly)
I absolutely agree with your
(moderately, really, trully)
A mother is a person who really
loves you.
(barely, hardly)
She barely plays basketball
seberapa completekeseluruhan
(completely, entirely, totally)
Your parents will totally support your goal.
(almost, partly, somewhat)
The task is almost finished.
hampir tidak
(barely, hardly)
He barely helps his mother.
Menerangkan adjectiveseberapa banyaksangat … sekali atau berlebihan
(awfully, extremely, too)
The student is extremely dilligent.
(rather, really, so)
The man is rather unfaithful.
(moderately, somewhat)
She is moderately stressful.
(fairly, hardly)
His room is hardly clean.
seberapa completekeseluruhan
(completely, practically)
Your design is practically perfect.
(partially, somewhat)
My project is partially complete.
hampir tidak
(barely, hardly)
Your hypothesis was hardly acceptable.
Menerangkan adverbseberapa banyakberlebihan
(excessively, too)
He works too hard.
(extremely, really, so)
The fat woman walks extremely slowly.
(relatively, somewhat)
The defendant spoke relatively honestly.
(fairly, slightly)
The boy learned math fairly quickly.

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Table of Contents:

  1. Adverb of Degree
  2. Too
  3. Very
  4. Enough
  5. So dan Such

Semoga penjelasan materi adverb of degree ini bermanfaat dan mohon maaf jika ada kekurangan.


  1. Adverb of Degree. Accessed on December 21, 2012.
  2. Adverbs: Types. Accessed on November 6, 2014.
  3. Adverb Position. Accessed on November 6, 2014.
  4. Position of Adverbs. Accessed on November 6, 2014.
  5. Much, a Lot, Lots, a Good Deal: Adverbs. Accessed on November 6, 2014.

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4 thoughts on “Pengertian dan Contoh Kalimat Adverb of Degree”

  1. kalau well ama really adverb of degree bukan?

  2. arieffath says:

    Selamat siang salam kenal sebelumnya..
    saya ada pertanyaan untuk adverb of degree. Kan untuk bagian BERDASARKAN POSISI menerangkan verb, complitely ditempatkan di sebelum verb ? Bisa ga sih sebenernya complitely ditaruh di antara aux dan verb ato dibelakang verb juga ? Terkma kasih mohon jawabannya…

    1. Selamat siang..Salam kenal juga Arieffath..:)

      Baru sedikit saya revisi — contoh yang sebelum main verb dan diantara auxiliary (jika ada) dan main verb digabungkan. Completely cocok untuk salah satu posisi itu ketika menerangkan verb, tapi kalo untuk berada setelah verb saya tidak menemukan referensinya. Kebanyakan adverb of degree menempati posisi “mid”. Walaupun ada juga yang setelah verb seperti a lot dan a great deal.. c/ I don’t like it much.

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