15+ Adverb Adverb Collocations in English

Adverb adverb collocations help you understand the ways adverbs can be paired to enhance your sentences. These collocations can increase your vocabulary and improve your speaking skills. The reference covers a list of adverb-adverb collocations, examples of their use, and images illustrating these pairings.

List of Adverb Adverb Collocations

Adverb Adverb Collocations
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  • All alone
  • All along
  • All over
  • Almost certainly
  • Any more
  • Dead ahead
  • Nowhere near
  • Only just
  • Only just
  • Pretty well
  • Quite a lot
  • Quite enough
  • Quite often
  • Right away
  • Right now
  • Right now

Adverb and Adverb Collocations with Examples

All alone

  • I was scared because I was all alone.

All along

  • We knew all along that he was packing a dictionary.

All over

  • She lectures to audiences all over the world.

Almost certainly

  • Almost certainly he will be suited up for the game.

Any more

  • I don’t want any more, thanks. I’ve already eaten too much.

Dead ahead

  • The school is dead ahead about two miles from here.

Nowhere near

  • I have a similar problem, though nowhere near as serious.

Only just

  • We made it to the airport on time, but only just.

Only just

  • I can afford it, but only just.

Pretty well

  • She knows pretty well everything there is to know on the subject.

Quite a lot

  • They drank quite a lot of wine.

Quite enough

  • I’ve had quite enough of your tantrums.

Quite often

  • We talk about adoption quite often now.

Right away

  • If I get the job, I can start right away.

Right now

  • I’m sorry, but I can’t talk right now.

Right now

  • Do it right now!