Adverb Adverb Adverb


Download 6.3 Kb.
Sana24.09.2020
Hajmi6.3 Kb.
  • How did it happen?
  • When did it happen?
  • Where did it happen?
  • Who can answer these questions?!!
  • The Adverb Can!!!
  • Adverb
  • Adverb
  • Adverb
  • Yes, an Adverb Will Tell Us:
  • *Where *When
  • *How *To What Extent
  • An Adverb Can Describe 3 Parts of Speech: *verb, *adjective, *adverb
  • Adverbs can come before or after the word they describe.
  • Where is that adverb??
  • adverb
  • adverb
  • adverb
  • adverb
  • EXAMPLE: I carefully looked everywhere!
  • What is the Verb?
  • looked
  • How did you look?
  • Where did you look?
  • everywhere = Adverb #2, after the verb
  • adverb
  • “How Rude!”
  • An Adverb Can Also Split a Verb Phrase in Half!
  • could
  • wait
  • not
  • Example: Many students could not wait for school on Monday.
  • What is the verb phrase?
  • could wait
  • What is the adverb?
  • Not..spliting the verb phrase in ½!!!
  • 1. You can intently play video games for hours!
  • LET’S PRACTICE! ADVERBS DESCRIBING VERBS
  • Directions: 1st tell the verb/verb phrase in the sentence.
  • Then, tell the adverb describing it.
  • What is the verb phrase?
  • can play
  • What is the adverb?
  • intently
  • 2. The moon shined brightly in the dark sky.
  • What is the verb?
  • shined
  • What is the adverb?
  • brightly
  • Example: The fair is especially busy on Saturday night.
  • “What adjective describes fair?”
  • busy
  • “How busy?”
  • especially = adverb
  • An Adverb Can Also Describe an Adjective!
  • Let’s Try Some! Adverbs Describing Adjectives
  • Directions: 1st tell the adjective in the sentence.
  • Then, tell the adverb describing it.
  • 1. I waited nearly two hours to get tickets to the new Harry Potter movie!
  • Adjective?
  • two
  • Adverb?
  • nearly
  • Why isn’t new an adverb?
  • 2. At the movie, the popcorn seemed more buttery than mine at home!
  • Adjective?
  • buttery
  • Adverb?
  • more
  • An Adverb Can Also Describe Another Adverb!
  • Example: The guest left quite abruptly.
  • How did he leave?
  • How abruptly?
  • abruptly = adverb
  • “What a crazy guest!”
  • Let’s Try Some! Adverbs Describing Adverbs
  • Find the adverbs in the sentence.
  • What are the adjectives?
  • Both describing?
  • To what extent is he hot?
  • How definite?
  • richest, music
  • icon = a noun
  • definitely = Adverb #1
  • most = Adverb #2
  • 2. Seats for his performance have been going especially quickly!
  • What is the verb phrase?
  • have been going
  • How are they going?
  • quickly = adverb #1
  • How quickly?
  • especially = adverb #2
  • Adverbs: Now, most, definitely, positively, undoubtedly
  • Now you most definitely, positively, undoubtedly know your adverbs!!!

Download 6.3 Kb.

Do'stlaringiz bilan baham:




Ma'lumotlar bazasi mualliflik huquqi bilan himoyalangan ©fayllar.org 2020
ma'muriyatiga murojaat qiling