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Adverbs of Manner

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Transcript of Adverbs of Manner

They tell us HOW things are done, e.g. quickly, slowly
Adverbs of Manner

3. Before
the subject


(for more emphasis/excitement in the story).


Joyfully,

he
sang for his mother every day.

Cautiously,
he
climbed the mountain.


2. Before the
verb and object.(
not between!
)

e.g. He
climbed
the tree
.
s v o

He
quickly

climbed
the tree
.

We CANT say :
HE climbed quickly the tree XXXXXX

She
read the newspaper

She
carefully

read the newspaper
1.
After verbs (with no object)

They sang.-------They sang
joyfully
.
V
She drove. ------ She drove
dangerously
.
V

They can go after the verb because there is no object.



Adverbs of manner give more information about a
verb
.


They tell us how something is done.

e.g. He walks
quickly
.
They sang
happily
.

Most adverbs of manner end in -
ly

But where can we put them in a sentence?
4. If there is a prepositional phrase, the adverb can go
before the prepositional

phrase or after it
.

e.g. The child ran
to

his mother
.
s v prep phrase

The child ran happily
to his mother
.


The child ran
to

his mother
happily.


Where can we put adverbs in these sentences?

Emma walked into the hospital.

Tuan danced.

Nita held the baby.

Jim and Nick played soccer.

Yuka walked along the fence.

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