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Interrogative Adverbs & Adverbial Nouns 6.2

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Transcript of Interrogative Adverbs & Adverbial Nouns 6.2

Unit Six: 6.2
Interrogative Adverbs and Adverbial Nouns
Interrogative adverbs
are adverbs used in asking
questions
. The common interrogative adverbs are
why
,
when
,
where
, and
how
.
Reason:

Why
did Huck Finn
build a raft?
Time:

When
did you buy
those new shoes?
Nouns expressing

time
,
distance
,
measure
,
weight
,
value
, or
direction
are called
adverbial nouns
.
It could be easy to confuse an adverbial noun with a direct object. Basically a direct object relates more about the subject (what) while an adverbial noun tells more about the verb (how, when, how much, etc.).
Time:
The game lasted one
hour
.

Distance:
He ran two
blocks
.

Measure:
The plank is three
feet
wide.

Weight:
The coal weighs three
tons
.

Value:
The shoes cost six hundred
dollars
.

Direction:
Turn your head this
way
.
Place:

Where

is the sense of touch located?
Method:

How
high is Mount McKinley?
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