Adverbios de Tiempo en Ingles // Adverbs of Time.

adverbs_timeHola amigo de aprende ingles fácil, en esta entrada nos dedicaremos a estudiar los adverbios de tiempo en ingles.

Los adverbios de tiempo son aquellos que añaden información temporal. Estos adverbios agregan, por lo tanto, datos que nos permiten responder una pregunta sobre cuándo se desarrolló, se desarrolla o se desarrollará una acción. A continuación te presentamos un listado con los diferentes adverbios de tiempo con sus respectivos ejemplos.



  • Yesterday (Ayer)
I finished reading the book yesterday.
He rang
yesterday while you were out.
It rained heavily
yesterday afternoon.
I mailed the application early
yesterday morning.
It was good to see you
yesterday.

  • Today (Hoy)
I have spanish classes today.
What's the date
today?
We have to finish
today.
Earlier
today I saw my cousin.
I have an appointment later
today.


  • Tomorrow (Mañana)

I'll finish the housework tomorrow.
Is it supposed to rain
tomorrow?
He has an interview
tomorrow.
I've arranged to see Rachel
tomorrow night.
Oh, leave it till
tomorrow.
  • Now  (Ahora)

We dont have money now.
She used to be a teacher, but now she works in publishing.
I may eat something later, but I'm not hungry now.
Many people
now own a smartphone.


  • Then (Entonces)
She went to the bank, then she went to the bakery
She lived in the Soviet Union, as it
then was called.
Just
then he walked in.
Back
then, he was living in New York.

  • Later (Despues)
Could we please talk about it later?
I'll talk to you again
later.
They
later regretted the decision.
She returned several weeks
later.
I saw him again
later that morning.

  • Tonight (Esta noche) 
Tonight, i'm really sad.
Tonight will be my first opportunity to meet her.
Tonight's meeting will take place in the main school hall.
This afternoon I'm busy, but tonight I'm free.


  • Right now (Ahora mismo)
We have to go right now, or we are going to arrive late.
 

  • Last night (Anoche)
Last night i watched an awesome movie .

  • Next + noun (Proximo, proxima)  
Next week, i'm going to get my driver license. The Fifa world cup is next year. 


  • Already (YA)
I asked him to come to the exhibition but he'd already seen it.
The concert had
already begun by the time we arrived.
I've
already told him.
I can't believe you
already spend all the money.


  • Recently (Recientemente)
They were recently married
She
recently graduated from college.
I saw him
recently for the first time in many years.
Only
recently did they decide to move.
Until
recently I had no idea where I would end up finding a job.


  • Lately (Ultimamente)
I have been very lazy lately.
Have you been doing anything interesting
lately?
He has been feeling better
lately.
Lately, she has been worrying about her son.
I haven't been feeling so well
lately.

  • Soon (Pronto)
Danny will be here soon, we have to clean the place.
We will
soon be making changes.
The audience
soon realized that it wasn't a stunt.
She found a job
soon after graduation.
How
soon can you finish the job?


  • Immediately (Inmediatamente)
Immediately we enter to the classroom, everybody was in shock.
We really ought to leave immediately.
The purpose of the meeting wasn't immediately obvious.

  • Still (Aun) 
The baby hasn't eaten breakfast, but he was still not hungry.
I'm still hungry.
I still haven't finished my essay.
There is still no news about the hostages.
Do you still work for the government?


  • Yet (Todavia)
His latest novel is his best one yet.
I haven't read the book
yet.
Has the mail arrived
yet?
It's not time to eat
yet.
Their suggestions won't be implemented, at least not
yet.


  • Not yet (Aun no, todavia no)
I am not yet fluent in Spanish. This has not yet started, but the Commission has been instructed to prepare it.
This solution represented an important step but is
not yet the end of the process.


  • Noun + Ago (Hace, atrás)
I went to the mall a week ago.
They sell the car three years ago.
  • Early  (Temprano)
She always come early for the practice.
Early in his career he moved to the city.
They were trailing by a touchdown
early in the fourth quarter.
The package should be arriving
early next week.
I got up
early to finish packing.

  • Late (Tarde)
Better late than never.
Late in the year he became ill.
Late in his career he moved to the city.
He sent in his job application
late.
They arrived too
late for breakfast.


  • Earlier (Mas temprano)
If you don't wanna get fire, you should come earlier.
If you arrived earlier, you'd have more time.


  • Before (Antes)
You should always wash your hands before meals.
Before leaving he said goodbye to each of them.
She's always up
before dawn.
Before he could reach the door, she quickly closed it,.
Clean the mess
before you go.


  • After  (Despues)
After she goes, he was hitting in another girl.
Don't tell them until
after.
I expected her then, but she arrived the week
after.
He ate lunch and left just
after.

  • Afterwards (Luego)
Let's eat and go to a movie afterwards.
We had tea, and
afterwards we sat in the garden for a while.
They separated, and soon 
afterwards Jane left the country.
He found out about it long
afterward.
Afterward, she got a promotion.


  • Nowadays (Hoy dia)
Nowadays, everybody is crazy about cellphones.
Who remembers those films nowadays?
Nowadays, I bake my own bread rather than buy it.
People don't wear hats much nowadays.


  • These days (En estos dias)
No one here can't afford two cars these days,
These days, outrageous packaging is a form of advertising in order to entice buyers.


  • At present (En el presente)
I have nothing to say at present.
At present, as we know, Switzerland restricts heavy goods vehicles to 28 tonnes.

  • No longer (Ya no)
The number you have dialed is no longer in service. 


  • Not anymore (Ya no)
I use to play baseball, but i do not anymore.


  • Just (Justo, recien)
I'll just finish this, then we can go.
He'd
just got into the bath when the phone rang.
The children arrived at school
just as the bell wasringing.


  • Ever (Alguna vez)

Have you ever been in Roma?
The crime rate is higher now than it has
ever been.
He's forgotten all he's
ever learned about history.
She's doing fine and is as pretty as
ever.

  • Again (De nuevo, otra vez)
She lost a great oportunity again.
Please, come see us
again.
It was nice to see my friends
again.
She wants to prove that she can do it
again.

  • Thereafter (Despues de eso)
Last year Maria lost her mother,Thereafter she was very sad.
He left the NY in 1970 and settled in the Washington area shortly
thereafter
Thereafter, the two companies operated in full partnership.
Gave his farewell speech and left the room shortly thereafter.

  • Formerly (Anteriormente)
Formerly, this was only posible for rich people
He was
formerly a congressman.
The newspaper
formerly known as The Newsprint.
The European Union was
formerly called the European Community.

  • In the past  (En el pasado)
In the past, I always went to the movies on saturday. 


  • In the future (En el futuro)
I want to marry her at some point in the future.

  • This + noun (Esta____)
This month, Sandra is buying a new apartment.
They are gonna meet each other
this afternoon.

  • Last + noun (Pasado, pasada) 
Last year, Andres was in prison
While you were at home, i was dating Anna
last night.

  • Meanwhile (Entre tanto, mientras tanto)
It will be a few minutes before the water boils, and meanwhile you can cut the potatoes. 
You can set the table. Meanwhile, I'll start making dinner.
She spent four years studying for her law degree. Meanwhile, she continued to work at the bank.
He can come back to work when he's feeling better, but meanwhile he should be resting as much as possible.

  • Someday (Algun dia) 
Someday, that little guy is gonna be our president.
Someday we'll buy a house.
She hopes to publish her novel someday.
Let's have lunch someday next week.


  • Shortly (En poco tiempo)
The results of this project can be expected shortly.
We will
shortly be arriving in King's Cross Station.
He left
shortly after you did.
“I can't help you right now,” he said
shortly.


  • Long ago (Hace mucho) 
Merry forgot him long ago.


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