Diagraming adjectives and adverbs
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Diagraming Adjectives and Adverbs. Diagraming Adjectives and Adverbs. Adjectives and adverbs are diagramed on a slanted line below the words they modify. EXAMPLE: The huge crowd cheered wildly. crowd. cheered. wildly. The. huge. Adjectives & Adverbs with Conjunctions.

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DiagramingAdjectives and Adverbs


DiagramingAdjectives and Adverbs

  • Adjectives and adverbs are diagramed on a slanted line below the words they modify.

    EXAMPLE: The huge crowd cheered wildly.

crowd

cheered

wildly

The

huge


Adjectives & Adverbs with Conjunctions

  • The conjunction is placed on a broken line between the two adjectives and/or adverbs.

    EXAMPLE: My small but strong brother swam fast and skillfully.

brother

swam

My

but

and

strong

fast

small

skillfully


Adverbs That Modify an Adjective or Another Adverb

  • The adverb is connected to the word it modifies. It is written on a line parallel to the word it modifies.

    EXAMPLE: The extremely smart child won.

child

won

smart

The

extremely


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