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Adjectives vs. adverbs

Introduction and practice
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Marinko Uremovic

on 26 November 2015

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Transcript of Adjectives vs. adverbs

Adjectives vs. adverbs
Adjectives

adjectives describe nouns
Adverbs of manner
adverbs describe verbs
adverbs of manner tell us how something happens
How do we form adverbs?
slow slow
ly
beautiful beautiful
ly
strong strong
ly
serious serious
ly
happy happi
ly




Make adverbs
angry
verbal
safe
aggressive

She is a
great
friend.
Her dog is
cute.
She sings
beautifully.
He speaks
slowly.
angrily
verbally
safely
aggressively
Irregular forms
good well
hard hard
late late
fast fast
good or well?
He speaks English .
He plays football .
He is a football player.
good
well
well
Adjective or adverb?
Max is a good/well
singer.
Listen to me
careful/carefully.
Violent/violently games
can make you act
aggressive/aggressively.
Shhhhh! Speak
quiet/quietly!
adjective
adverb
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