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Adverbs 2. If you have five dollars and Mr. Randles has five dollars, Chuck Norris has more money than you. Adverbs. Parts of Speech - Adverbs

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Adverbs 2

Adverbs 2

If you have five dollars and Mr. Randles has five dollars, Chuck Norris has more money than you.


  • Parts of Speech - Adverbs

  • Not and its contraction n't are adverbs. They really modify the entire sentence, but we will have them modify the verb as it is the most important word in the sentence. This is a common practice in grammar books. Remember that adverbs tell us how, when, where, why, and how much and modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.

  • Instructions: Find the adverbs in these sentences and tell which word they modify.

    1. Terri did not do the work correctly.

    2. Mom was never so deeply pleased with the kids.

    3. Badger actually likes almost every cat he sees.

    4. I recently found that you wouldn't help.

    5. You will not go tomorrow to that very scary movie.

Adverbs 2

  • Capitalize the offical names of governmental officers, offices, and bodies. When referring to the President of the United States, always capitalize President, and capitalize names of other officers when used in place of specific individuals. Examples: He works for the State Department. The Secretary of State will visit here tomorrow. I am not guilty, Judge!

  • Instructions: Capitalize each word that needs a capital letter.

    1. mr. speaker, i will yield to the senator from utah.

    2. The attorney general and the president are meeting now.

    3. He was a county judge after leaving the senate.

    4. The secretary of agriculture is speaking to congress at noon.

    5. It has been a pleasure to serve you, president.


  • Use a comma or commas to set off words or phrases used as nouns of address (nominatives of address).

  • Joe, get over here. Get over here, Joe. Young man, get over here.

  • Instructions: Place commas where they are needed.

    1. Did you Susan see him at the meetings?

    2. I will call you in the morning Steve.

    3. Well Fred it was a pleasure to see you again.

    4. Jeanne I don't know what is going on.

    5. You should Bill know the answer to that one.