In this section we will look at three groups of adverbs to do with Manner, Place and Time.

Before just listing out those adverbs it's useful to pull out a "subgroup" to show how several of these adverbs can be shown to be combination words with a stem and ending, purely as it may, for some, make learning them easier. The table below show how the words group using the three different endings for manner, place and time across the columns and the word stems in each row to indicate the aspect[1].

~ (how/where/when)
πως / ΠΩΣ
που / ΠΟΥ
πότε / ΠΟΤΕ
~ ever (however/where ever/whenever)
όπως / ΟΠΩΣ
όπου / ΟΠΟΥ
όποτε / ΟΠΟΤΕ
some ~ (somehow/somewhere/sometime)
κάπως / ΚΑΠΩΣ
κάπου / ΚΑΠΟΥ
κάποτε / ΚΑΠΟΤΕ
else ~ (otherwise/eslewhere/another time)
αλλιώς / ΑΛΛΙΩΣ
αλλού / ΑΛΛΟΥ
άλλοτε / ΑΛΛΟΤΕ

It's not a perfect rule (as the last of row shows), and it should not be applied to other adverbs of manner, place and time, so this is only presented in this manner as a possible aid to learning rather than any representation of "real" grammar.

Below are a few more adverbs that may be useful:

English Lowercase Uppercase
Thus (in this/that way) έτσι ΕΤΣΙ
(not) at all καθόλου ΚΑΘΟΛΟΥ
only μόνο ΜΟΝΟ
together μαζί ΜΑΖΙ
here εδώ ΕΔΩ
there εκεί ΕΚΕΙ
everywhere παντού ΠΑΝΤΟΥ
nowhere πουθενά ΠΟΥΘΕΝΑ
up/above/upstairs πάνω ΠΑΝΩ
down/below/downstairs κάτω ΚΑΤΩ
inside μέσα ΜΕΣΑ
outside έξω ΕΞΩ
in front/forwards εμπρός ΕΜΠΡΟΣ
behind/backwards πίσω ΠΙΣΩ
near κοντά ΚΟΝΤΑ
far away μακριά ΜΑΚΡΙΑ
between ανάμεσα ΑΝΑΜΕΣΑ
opposite απέναντι ΑΠΕΝΑΝΤΙ
next to δίπλα ΔΙΠΛΑ
right δεξιά ΔΕΞΙΑ
left αριστερά ΑΡΙΣΤΕΡΑ
always πάντα ΠΑΝΤΑ
never ποτέ [2] ΠΟΤΕ
at which point οπότε [2] ΟΠΟΤΕ
now τώρα ΤΩΡΑ
then τότε ΤΟΤΕ
before πριν ΠΡΙΝ
after μετά ΜΕΤΑ
early νορίς ΝΟΡΙΣ
late αργά ΑΡΓΑ
already ήδη ΗΔΗ
ιμμεδιατελυ αμέσως ΑΜΕΣΩΣ
at last επιτέλους ΕΠΙΤΕΛΟΥΣ
just μόλις ΜΟΛΙΣ
often συχνά ΣΥΧΝΑ
seldom σπάωια ΣΠΑΩΙΑ
regularly τακτικά ΤΑΚΤΙΚΑ
usually συνήθως ΣΥΝΗΘΩΣ


[1] This use of the word "aspect" bears no relation to the grammatical definition used to describe verb useage.

[2] Note that ποτέ & οπότε meaning "never" and "at which point" have a different stress placement to πότε & όποτε meaning "when" and "whenever". Otherwise they are spelt identically so they are ones to be carefull of.