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Adverb & Adjective

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Regis Ung

on 7 April 2014

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Transcript of Adverb & Adjective

What do Adverbs answer?
Definition: They are formed from a proper noun and
Adverbs answer how, when, where, or to what extent.
Adverb & Adjective

By Allyson, Regis & Jordan

What is an adjective?
Proper Adjectives
An adjective is a word that describes a noun or pronoun
What are articles
Articles are the most commonly used adjectives they are a, an, the.

Use a before a word beginning with a consonant sound.

Use an before a word beginning with a vowel sound.
Use a or an with singular nouns.

Use the when you want to refer to a specific person. Use with singular or plural nouns.
Example: Italian food is my favorite kind of food.
Example: A rainstorm soaked the campers.
Italian is the proper adjective because
Italian's root word is Italy and Italy is
a proper noun, so that would make
Italian a proper adjective.
Heavy is the adjective and rainstorm is the noun so heavy modifies rainstorm.
An adverb is word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
Example 1: They carefully walked down the road.
Carefully shows HOW they walked.
Example 2: Later, they have to go home.
Later shows WHEN they have to go home.
Example 3: The kids will walk up the hill.
Up shows WHERE they will walk.
Example 4: They have completely walked a mile.
The word completely answer the question TO WHAT EXTENT.
1. what is the adjective in this sentence

Its been a stormy week.

2. circle the verb underline the adjective
They carefully walk on the red road.

2 Corners

Pick one choice is it an adverb or a adjective.
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