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Adverbs Part 2. SC English September 27, 2007. Fill in the blanks. Adverbs modify: 1. 2. 3. Words that end in ____ usually are adverbs. Examples: 1. 2. 3. 4. _____ and ___ are always adverbs. . Fill in the blanks. Interrogative adverbs ______________.

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Adverbs part 2

Adverbs Part 2

SC English

September 27, 2007


Fill in the blanks
Fill in the blanks

  • Adverbs modify:

    1.

    2.

    3.

  • Words that end in ____ usually are adverbs.

    • Examples:

      • 1.

      • 2.

      • 3.

      • 4.

  • _____ and ___ are always adverbs.


Fill in the blanks1
Fill in the blanks

  • Interrogative adverbs ______________.

    • The four interrogative adverbs are:

      1.

      2.

      3.

      4.


Fill in the blanks2
Fill in the blanks

  • Adverbs answer the questions of:

  • 1.

    • Ex:

  • 2.

    • Ex:

  • 3.

    • Ex:

  • 4.

    • Ex:

  • 5.

    • Ex:


Fill in the blanks3
Fill in the blanks

  • Adverbs that modify verbs come ________ in the sentence.

  • Adverbs that modify adjectives or other adverbs usually come _______ the word that is being modified


Adverb or adjective
Adverb or Adjective?

  • How do you think you can tell if a word is an adjective or an adverb?


Adverb or adjective1
Adverb or Adjective?

  • Find the modifying word in the sentence.

  • Figure out what word it is modifying.

  • If the word being modified is a noun or pronoun, the modifier is an adjective.

  • If the word being modified is a verb, adjective, or adverb, it is an adverb.


Adverb or adjective2
Adverb or Adjective?

  • Raccoons take nightly trips for food.

  • They can move very fast.

  • They are not the only night prowlers.

  • Raccoons come out in the daytime only if they are not feeling well.

  • The raccoon came too late to find food.


Answers
Answers

  • Adjective: nightly- trips (n)

  • Adverb: move (v)- fast

  • Adjective: only- prowlers (n)

  • Adverb: come out(v) – only

  • Adverb: too- late (adj.)


Assignment
Assignment

  • pp.365-368: Ex. 23,24,34,35

  • Good luck!