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WRITING. Types of adverbs Practice Writing a story. Types of adverbs. Adverbs of manner : standing behind intransitive verbs or objects of transitive verbs E.g.: She danced beautifully. He gave her the money reluctantly.

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writing
WRITING
  • Types of adverbs
  • Practice
  • Writing a story
types of adverbs
Types of adverbs
  • Adverbs of manner: standing behind intransitive verbs or objects of transitive verbs

E.g.: She danced beautifully.

He gave her the money reluctantly.

  • Adverbs of place: standing behind intransitive verbs or objects of transitive verbs

E.g.: She went away.

I look for it everywhere.

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Types of adverbs
  • Adverbs of time: standing at the beginning or at the end of a sentence

E.g.: Eventually he came.

We’ll go immediately.

  • Adverbs of frequency: standing in front of “ordinary verbs” or right behind “auxiliary verbs”.

E.g.: He is always in time for meals

They sometimes stay up all night.

He can never understand.

Have you ever ridden a camel?

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Types of adverbs
  • Sentence adverbs: standing at the beginning or at the end of a sentence, in front of ordinary verbs or right behind auxiliary verbs

E.g.: Apparently he knew the town well.

He actually lives next door.

She is obviously intelligent.

  • Adverbs of degree: standing in front of adverbs or adjectives; before or after ordinary verbs

E.g.: You are absolutely right.

He drives too fast.

Tom didn’t like it much but I really enjoyed it.

practice
PRACTICE

Complete the sentences with the adverbs in the correct place.

1. A tiger jumped out of a tree. (suddenly)

_________________________________________________________

2. Thank you for the invitation. I can’t come. (unfortunately)

________________________________________________________

3. I got out of bed and went to make a cup of tea. (downstairs)

_________________________________________________________

4. She checked in her luggage. She went to have a cup of coffee. (then)

_______________________________________________

Suddenly, a tiger jumped out of a tree.

Thank you for your invitation. Unfortunately, I can’t come

I got out of bed and went downstairs to make a cup of tea

She checked in her luggage. Then she went to have a cup of coffee.

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PRACTICE

5. I was sitting at home when something very strange happened. (last Thursday evening)

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

6. Keith’s lying in bed because he doesn’t feel well. (upstairs)

________________________________________________________

7. They have a son called Simon, and we have a son called Simon. (too)

________________________________________________________

8. There’s a programme on TV tonight that I’m interested in. (very)

________________________________________________________

9. I worked all last week. ( hard)

________________________________________________________

I’m sitting at home last Thursday evening when something very

strangehappened

Keith’s upstairs lying in bed because he doesn’t feel very well

They have a son called Simon and we have a son called Simon too.

There’s a programme on TV tonight that I’m very interested in.

I worked hard all last week.

telling a story
Telling a story

Put the adverbs in the correct place in the story, then finish the last sentence of each paragraph with your own ideas.

  • Sarah Brown was in her bedroom getting ready to go to work, when she saw a mouse in her handbag. She was scared of mouse, so _________________________________

very suddenly last Monday morning

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Telling a story
  • She had a good idea. She left the room and ran to look for her cat,Tiger. He would___________________________

________________________________

quietly then downstairs

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Telling a story
  • She couldn’t find him anywhere, but she found him sleeping under the kitchen table. She picked him up and ran back to_____________________________

finally at first upstairs quickly

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Telling a story
  • In her bedroom, Sarah put Tiger down on the floor. She waited outside the door. Tiger was scared of mice, so______________________________

________________________________

unfortunately too then