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Transcript of Adverbs
adverbs by Christina Comparative adverbs EX:Isaac is faster than me but when I have my running shoes on I am faster. Ex:Ryan is better at science than me. EX:Thomas is taller than John and me. I 3.Maria is the [worst] at playing volleyball. Superlarative adverbs are adverbs that describe 2 things or actions. An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective or another adverb and it usually ends with ‘ly’ 1.Alex ran the football down the field quite quickly. 4.I felt so tired after the pssa’s. 3.My family waited patiently at the airport 1.Tony threw the football the [furthest] then anyone on his team. 2.Ryan is the [best] at lacrosse. Ex:Jim and Marec are both louder than Josh when they sing. 4.April [really] needed to finish her science project before tomorrow or she might get an incomplete. Ex:Bob and Billy are both stronger than Nino. Definition:A Comparative Adverb is a part of speech that modifies a verb or an adjective and usually has "ER" at the end. 2.Isaac hit the baseball extremely far over the fence. 5.Bob ate a snack [during] a baseball game. 5.John ran incredibly fast at track and field Thanks for listening TONY Ryan