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ADVERBS

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Transcript of ADVERBS

ADVERBS
What is an adverb?
VERB
AD
adjective
verb
Definition:
An adverb is a word that modifies a

verb
, an

adjective
, and other
adverbs
.
Example:
He ran rapidly.
VERB
ADVERB
Can also add meaning to an
adjective
or another
adverb.
Examples:
You are super strong.
He run astoundingly rapidly.
ADVERB
ADJECTIVE
ADVERB
ADVERB
Questions that an adverb answers
How
When
Where
To what extent
Under what condition
How
are you going to play this game?
When
are we going to celebrate?

Where
are we going to play this game?
To what extent
are we going to be proud?
Under what condition
do we win victory?
There are many different types of adverbs present
in the English language but there are four main types:
1.) Adverb of
Manner

skillfully, willfully,
passionately
today, tonight,
tomorrow
here, there,
wherever
totally, completely, absolutely
if we try, if we believe,
if we work as a team
2.) Adverb of
Place

3.) Adverb of
Time

4.) Adverb of
Degree

She got very unhappy and started to cry.
There was a beautiful princess who played with her golden ball.
The princess laughed and ran quickly to the palace.
The frog looked at her and said quietly "Please kiss me princess".
Immediately the frog turned into a handsome prince.
A week later they got married and lived happily.
+ly
-e to +y
-y to +ily
+ally
Criteria
Grammar 50
Relevance 25
Creativity 15
Neatness 10
Total 100 points
Performance Task!
Construct or make a signage that would serve as precautions to students for their safety.
(use adverbs in constructing a signage)

ADVERB
1.) Do not judge a book by its cover.
In 3 minutes arrange the pieces of paper into a concept map using the materials provided.

Who
are the characters in the story?
What
are the
key events
of the story?
What
are the
lessons
in the story?
Comprehension check!
2.) Do not make a promise if you do not intend on doing it.
Irregular Adverbs
It is better to say nothing than to make a promise and not keep it.
of
quick
sole
careful
regrettable
horrible
happy
hungry
economic
basic
Comprehension check!
Comprehension check!
Comprehension check!
Where
did it take place?
Find the adverbs in the following sentences. And identify the question it answers.
1. Today, Sam suggested that we carefully clean the statue for the class service project.
2. The bank book is often there on the desk.
3. Jeanne could always clearly see the mountain through the binoculars Dan gave her.
4. The teacher never asked the shy boy to give an oral report.
5. He was too scared to consider a lengthy conversation with the extremely beautiful girl.
6. Do you have a special someone in your life now?
7. Her story was printed in the town paper much later.

A verb is a word that describes an
action
,
occurrence
or
state of being
.
An adjective is a word that describes a
noun
.
Adverb
formation
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