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Transcript of Adverbs
Salma flew to Boston yesterday for her family reunion.
The opera singer sang loudly.
To what extent...
Aseel likes to eat a lot. Relative adverbs & Adverbial Phrases My entire family now worships in the church where my grandfather used to be a minister.
The relative pronoun "where" modifies the verb "used to be" (which makes it adverbial),
The best way to preserve the flavor of fresh vegetables is to cook them as quickly as possible.
The adverbial phrase "as quickly as possible" serves the purpose of the adverb by modifying the verb "to cook". Adverbs are words that modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs
It answers the following questions:
- To what extent? The 5 Categories of Adverbs Adverbs of Time Adverbs of Frequency Adverbs of Manner Adverbs of Comment Adverbs of Degree Modifying the VERB It is tiring to run quickly.
His brother laughs loudly.
The sun shone brightly.
The soldier fought boldly.
The farmer worked hard.
The Governor spoke well. Modifying the ADJECTIVE Your ideas are simply ridiculous!
I proudly displayed my artwork at the gallery.
That Christmas song is very beautiful.
Surprisingly, this presentation is somewhat enjoyable.
Leba proudly displayed his carefully painted portraits. Modifying another ADVERB The little old lady walks quite slowly
Essam finished his assignment remarkably quickly.
The Mayor spoke extremely confidently at the press conference. ADVERB GAME!!! http://www.ezschool.com/Games/Adverbs.html ESW-2