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Find the adverbial nouns and say what they tell about the ve

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Let's check homework and get back to our Holocaust jigsaw.
Find the adverbial nouns and say what they tell about the verb.
The elephant weighed hundreds of pounds.
The tablet costs many dollars in this store.
We will travel west this summer on our vacation.

Your quiz on types of adverbs, interrogative adverbs, and adverbial nouns is Friday.
Comparative and superlative adverbs
Most of the adverbs that end in -ly have more and most before them.
There are some adverbs that end in -r and -est.
Remember, those will be short.
Exceptions
Pos Comp. Super.
well better best
badly worse worst
far farther farthest
little less least
much more most
As with adjectives, you can have comparative and superlative forms of adverbs.
He takes the test seriously.
He takes it more seriously than you.
He takes it most seriously of anyone in class.
She sighs noisily.
She sighs more noisily than her friend.
She sighs most noisily of the entire audience.
Positive Comparative Superlative
loud louder loudest
tall taller tallest
fast faster fastest
late later latest
early earlier earliest
You will often find them either next to a verb or before an adjective in a sentence. Sometimes they are at the beginning or end of a sentence.
You try!
1. I run more quickly than my brother.
2. The kindergartener stands taller than the first grader.
3. Jane was voted the worst dressed celebrity.
4. That sweater fits you best.
5. John thinks rapidly.
6. I wait the longest to take a shower.
7. Tina sang worse than me in the chorus concert.



Find the, positive, comparative or superlative adverb.
I crawl into bed slowly.
The white rabbit jumps the highest of all rabbits.
Jane arrives earlier than I.

Complete exercises 1-3 on pgs. 114 and 115.
Now, to wrap up Making Tracks on Mars, you are creating a blog for a new planet. You explored it with your rover.
There should be three blog entries.
Each one should be a paragraph.

There should also be two pictures showing what your rover saw/experienced on the planet.
Homework
Ch 12 vocab due Monday.
Students on Strike novel needs to be in class by 2/10.
Comparative and superlative adverb handout.
2nd notebook check on Monday

Warm Up
Closing
Write the comparative and superlative form of violently.
I stand tall in the photo.
I stand taller than Jimmy.
I stand the tallest of anyone.
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