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Adverbial Phrase

What is an adverbial phrase and how can we use these in writing better stories (recounts)?
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Ms Chie SB

on 12 October 2012

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I walk. Practice Discover what it is by decoding the words. Adverbial Phrase Look for words you know within the words you don't know. code remove with in verb action word run walk swim jog information when at 5 a.m. in January during recess where at my house on the boat over the bridge how with a cheeky look in a rude manner in a suspicious way how often every week every day every night once in a blue moon why to bring the bag to cook breakfast to sing a song Did you notice? all is more than one word long. is a group of words acting as a single part of speech (adverb) and NOT containing both a subject and a verb. A PHRASE at 5 a.m. in January during recess at my house over the bridge on the boat with a cheeky smile in a suspicious way in a rude manner every week every day once in a blue moon to cook breakfast to bring a bag to sing a song WHEN WHERE HOW HOW OFTEN WHY Preposition Noun Prep Prep Prep Prep Prep Prep Prep Prep Prep Prep Prep Noun Noun infinitive infinitive infinitive Ad verb ial Phrase ad-ditional information action word/s 2 words
or more prep + noun to + verb + noun when? I walk at 5 a.m. where? I walk at 5 a.m. on the boat. how? I walk at 5 a.m. in a suspicious manner on the boat. how often? I walk in a suspicious manner every morning at 5 a.m. on the boat. why? I walk in a suspicious manner every morning at 5 a.m. to frighten the vendors on the boat. Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun Noun
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