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Adverbs. Warm Up. Find the noun, adjective, and verb in each sentence. 1. The enthusiastic boy grinned. 2. She passed the green vegetables. 3. He found the perfect outfit. . What do adjectives modify? Nouns! . Add adjectives for these nouns:. 1. markers 2. audience 3. love 4. actor .

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warm up
Warm Up
  • Find the noun, adjective, and verb in each sentence.
  • 1. The enthusiastic boy grinned.
  • 2. She passed the green vegetables.
  • 3. He found the perfect outfit.
add adjectives for these nouns
Add adjectives for these nouns:
  • 1. markers
  • 2. audience
  • 3. love
  • 4. actor
adverbs1
Adverbs!
  • Definition: Adverbs MODIFY (add on to) verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.
adverbs modify verbs
Adverbs modify verbs
  • The girl danced quickly.
  • The monkey climbed up.
  • The man badly injured himself.
  • Finish this with an adverb: The plant grew _______________.
adverbs modify adjectives
Adverbs modify adjectives
  • The brother is quite nice.
  • It is really dark.
  • I am always late.
  • Finish this with an adverb: The show is ______________ interesting.
adverbs modifying other adverbs
Adverbs modifying other adverbs
  • Adverb inception!
  • They walked exceedinglyfar.
  • He left verysoon.
  • She is going rightnow.

Finish this with an adverb: The sweater was ______________ quite warm.

adverbs of time
Adverbs of time
  • Words such as that tell when it is happening: afterwards, always, immediately, now, soon, yesterday, then, before.
  • Examples:
  • The man fell yesterday.
  • I went before.
  • She saw the criminal now.
adverbs of place
Adverbs of place
  • Words that tell where something is happening: above, below, upstairs, underneath, there, here
  • She stopped there.
  • They were on the floor above.
  • Please go upstairs.
take out
Take Out:
  • Adverbs notes sheet
  • 7th – Coraline, 6th – Upstairs Room – on the side of your desk
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  • Adjectives modify NOUNS
  • What do adverbs modify (3 things) ?
  • Verbs, adjectives, and adverbs!
    • She slowly crawled out of the well. (“slowly” describing the verb “crawled)
    • She had a rather ferocious pet. (“rather” describing the adjective “ferocious”)
    • He almost quickly ran. (“almost” describing the adverb “quickly”)
warm up monday 2 24
Warm Up – Monday, 2/24

Identify the adverbs in each sentence.

  • 1. The girl slowly ate her sandwich.
  • 2. She stomped upstairs.
  • 3. He will enjoy the reward tomorrow.
  • 4. She very irrationally made her decision.
  • 5. That is a rather dark jacket.
warm up answers
Warm Up answers

Identify the adverbs in each sentence.

  • 1. The girl slowly ate her sandwich.
  • 2. She stomped upstairs.
  • 3. He will enjoy the reward tomorrow.
  • 4. She veryirrationally made her decision.
  • 5. That is a rather dark jacket.
adverbs of manner
Adverbs of Manner
  • Tells HOW something is done: badly, happily, sadly, quickly, well
  • Examples:
    • They had to think fast.
    • She did the exercise well.
    • He slowly walked.
    • Finish this: She smiled _________.
adverbs of degree
Adverbs of Degree
  • Tells to what level or extent that something is done or happens: almost, much, nearly, quite, really, so, too, very, etc.

Examples:

  • She almost made the team.
  • He is a very fluffy dog.
  • Finish this: He is _______________ sweet.
adverbs of frequency
Adverbs of Frequency
  • Tells how often something is done: again, always, frequently, almost, never, rarely, weekly, twice, etc.

Examples:

They were almost fifty points ahead.

We occasionally visit each other.

He usually completes his assignments.

Finish this: She ___________ sees her friends.