adverbs
Adverbs are modifiers that do not have a noun as their referent & hence are not subject to agreement.

Adverbs are a type of modifier (the other being adjectives) that modify anything that is not a noun. Like adjectives, by default they come after that which they modify, but word order is flexible.

بروح
he goes
الأحد
Sunday
بالعادة
usually
he usually goes on Sundays
بالعادة
usually
بروح
he goes
الأحد
Sunday
he usually goes on Sundays

Morphologically, the productive approach to forming adverbs in MSA is using the ـًا ("-an") case ending. Often these terms are viable in the dialect as learned borrowings. However, the productive way of forming adverbs in the dialect is using the بـ ("bi") prefix; many cases of adverb doublets exist.

Prepositions of location that may be used adverbially without a referent are not repeated here.

راح
3P.went
جوّا
inside
he went inside

inventory

Deictic Adverbs

of location

هون
here
هناك
there
غاد
there

of time

هلّأ
now
هلقيت
now
إسّا
now
هسّا
now
حاليًّا
currently
كمان شويّ
in a bit, in a little while
بعدين
later, afterwards
اليوم
today
الليلة
tonight
مبارح
yesterday
بكرا
tomorrow
لقدّام
in the future; moving forward
آخر فترة
lately, recently

Modal Adverbs

general

كثير
very, really
حبطرش
very, really
شويّ
slightly; a little, a bit
كمان
also, additionally
بسّ
but
يمكن
maybe, possibly
بجوز
maybe, possibly
بلكي
maybe, possibly
بركي
maybe, possibly
بشكل
(adverbializer) in a ... way
بسرعة
quickly
بصوت عالي
out loud
بالزبط
exactly, precisely
بالصدفة
by chance, by surprise, coincidentally
ببلاش
free; for free
عالفاضي
in vain, for nothing
عالآخر
totally, completely, absolutely
عالأغلب
most likely, most probably
ع طول
right away, directly, immediately
طوّالي
right away, directly, immediately
قوام
right away, directly, immediately
نصّ نصّ
so-so
لألله
totally; (something is) way ...
بالكثير
at most
عالقليلة
at least
سوا
together
coming soon
لوحد
by oneself, alone
هيك هيك
anyway (i.e. something is already occurring rega...
فعليًّا
actually, in reality; (did) indeed
غصبًا عنّـ
against (someone's) will, in spite of (someone)

of frequency

دايما
always
بالعادة
often; usually, normally, regularly
عادةً
often; usually, normally, regularly
مرّات
sometimes, occasionally
نادرًا
rarely, seldom
يا دوب
barely, hardly
بالمرّة
never
أبدًا
never

of time

لهلّأ
until now, thus far
لسّا
until now, thus far
ع بين
while; (during the time) until
coming soon
بالأوّل
at first, initially; first of all
أوّلًا
at first, initially; first of all
أخيرًا
finally
فورًا
immediately
شويّ شويّ
slowly, carefully, little by little
مرّة وحدة
all at once, in one go

Other Adverbs

discursive

These Adverbs affect clauses, conveying the speaker's attitude toward the information being conveyed (e.g. uncertainty, surprise) & the internal integrity of that information (e.g. causality, contradiction); they are used interjectionally & their placement is very flexible.

برضو
also, additionally
مع هيك
even so
عشان هيك
that's why
بالعكس
on the contrary
للأسف
unfortunately
أصلًا
originally
خصوصًا
especially, particularly
مثلًا
for example
فرضًا
hypothetically
طبعًا
naturally; certainly, of course
فعلًا
really, actually, factually
حرفيًّا
literally
تقريبًا
approximately, about, around
نوعًا ما
kind of, sort of
بصراحة
honestly, frankly
صراحةً
honestly

auxiliary

These Adverbs are exclusively used as auxiliaries to modify verbs.

عمّ
(continuous aspect auxiliary) currently
عمّالـ
(continuous aspect auxiliary) currently
رح
(auxiliary) will
حـ
(auxiliary) will

interrogative

كيف
how
وين
where
أيمتى
when
ليش
why
قدّيش
to what extent (i.e. how much, how many, how oft...
أكمّ
some, a few