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Copy of adverbs

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on 29 October 2012

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Transcript of Copy of adverbs

Adverbs Definition Examples Analogy Video Identify the adverb that modifies the underlined word: An adverb modifies a verb, an adjective or another adverb. boldly An adverb is like a crime scene . quickly patiently out inside often never sometimes loudly fast When? Where? Adverb Quiz What is the most
common ending for adverbs? A. -ive B. -ate C. -ly D. -tion soon too very C. -ly Adverbs answer the questions: Where? When? In what way? In what way? Video Wolves howl loudly to establish their territory.

Wolves have very accurate hearing.

Howling frequently occurs before a hunt. Adverb modifying a VERB:


Adverb modifying a ADJECTIVE:



Adverb modifying another ADVERB: The mother tenderly moved the pup.




A very kind woman helped me.




The males hunt extremely well. Let's Try... The most common ending for adverbs is ly. Adjectives or Adverbs? When the wolves reached the clearing they turned right.
This is the right spot to view the wolves safely.


The pack stopped short outside the forest.
The pack made a short stop outside the forest.



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