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Adjectives versus Adverbs. Adjectives Adverbs. Definition: one of the eight parts of speech that modifies ____________ or ____________. Definition: one of the eight parts of speech that modifies ____________, ____________, or ____________. Nouns. Verb. Adjective. Pronouns. Adverb.

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Adjectives versus adverbs

Adjectives versus Adverbs


Adjectives adverbs

AdjectivesAdverbs

  • Definition: one of the eight parts of speech that modifies

    ____________

    or

    ____________.

  • Definition: one of the eight parts of speech that modifies

    ____________,

    ____________,

    or

    ____________.

Nouns

Verb

Adjective

Pronouns

Adverb


Adjectives adverbs1

AdjectivesAdverbs

Questions they answer:

  • __________?

  • ___________?

  • ___________?

  • To what ___________?

Questions they answer:

  • What ______?

  • ________one or ones?

  • How ________ or how much?

When

kind

Where

Which

How

many

extent


Adjectives versus adverbs

ADJ Example

  • Which noun or pronoun is being modified by the underlined adjectives?

Theexcited family climbed onto the rollercoaster.

  • The tells us which family

  • Excited describes what kind of family

  • the points out which rollercoaster

What questions are answered here?


Suddenly the horse bolted across the field

ADV Example

Suddenly, the horse bolted across the field.

  • Which verb, adjective, or adverb is being modified by the underlined adverb?

  • Suddenly explains how or to what extent the horse bolted.

What questions are answered here?


Circle the correct adjective or adverb

Circle the correct adjective or adverb

1. This is a ( large / largely ) house.

2. I am (extremely, extreme) tired.

3. She accused me (wrong/wrongly).


Adjectives versus adverbs

Correct the following sentences by crossing out the incorrect word and writing the correct word below.

really

4. Meg looks real good in her new dress.

5. Sandra turned the corner too quick and crashed his bike.

6. I made an A on the exam so easy that my mom thinks I cheated.

quickly

easily


Label adj or adv for the underlined words

Label ADJ or ADV for the underlined words

ADV

ADJ

7. I am really sure that this is a real diamond, not a fake.

8. Only the bad ice skaters performed badly.

9. Draw a straight line.

10. Go straight to your room.

ADJ

ADV

ADJ

ADV


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