This study intends to investigate asymmetric use of adverbs which are used very frequently in spoken not in written. First of all ‘mak, jom’ are used to achieve the communicative aims, and also ‘irekhe, jerekhe’ are mainly used by virtue of simple and more involvement in spoken. Lastly, those words’ functions differ from each other in written and spoken by according to three tests which are a substitution of ‘maku, jokum’, a possibility of deletion, and those’s distribution in the syntactic structure. I have tried to show ‘mak’ is mainly used in one-way, while ‘jom’ in two-way talks. And also ‘mak’ is used by younger or illierate speaker but ‘jom’ is neutral in that sense. The next thing ‘irekhe, jerekhe’ have the use that substitutes its antecedents or postcedents besides deictic use and also emphasizes post words, and situations that are occurred in.