Questions for Dictionary What is an adverb of manner? What is an adverb of time? What is an adverb of place? What are the rules of turning adjectives into adverbs of manner? Adjectives ending in – y, -ic,
An adverb tells you more about a verb (doing word) It tells you where, why, or how much something happens or is done.
An adverb of Manner This tells you how something happened. Bob the Builder walked quickly across the road.
Follow same spelling rules as already done. Just add suffix -ly. Slow = slowly Adjectives ending in y, drop y and add i .. Funny = ? Funnily How to change adjective to adverb of manner.....
Adjectives that end in ic, add ally dramatic = dramatically Specific = How to change adjective to adverb of manner.....
Some quick practise! usual angry weary easy happy careful subsequent quick safe unfortunate nice sweet basic sad brave kind
An adverb of time This tells you when something happened. James was early crossing the road.
The party took place in the hotel yesterday The young girl ran home ______ . Adverb of time
An adverb of place This tells you where something happened. James ran across the road.
An adverb of place The children were running outside yesterday. Cara Gibbons was plundering the seven seas near Pirates Bay.
Sentences…We _____ boarded the bus after our flight _______ .Dad _______ placed the glasses _______ in the box.She rang the police ________ after the accident.I _______ carried all the shopping up the flight of stairs.The rain fell ______ all through the night.