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Daily Routine © 2011 wheresjenny.com Adverb of manner Adverbs of manner tell us how something happens. They are usually placed after the main verb or after the object. Examples: 1. He swims well, (after the main verb) 2. He plays the flute beautifully. (after the object)
Daily Routine © 2011 wheresjenny.com Note Often these adverbs are formed by adding -ly to the end of an adjective. –Adjectives ending -l add -ly ; careful-carefully. –Adjectives ending -y change to -ily ; lucky-luckily –Adjectives ending -ble change to -bly ; responsible-responsibly AdjectiveAdverb anxiousanxiously badbadly beautifulbeautifully capablecapably luckyluckily quickquickly weakweakly
Daily Routine © 2011 wheresjenny.com Be careful The adverb should not be put between the verb and the object. Examples: 1. He ate greedily the chocolate cake [incorrect] 2. He ate the chocolate cake greedily [correct]
Daily Routine © 2011 wheresjenny.com Examples He plays tennis excellently. He moves gracefully. She dresses smartly. They will play defensively.
Daily Routine © 2011 wheresjenny.com Choose a word in brackets and change its form, if necessary to fill the gaps- Beautiful, bad, careful, quite, happy, fast, loud 1.They dance the cha-cha-cha ________________________ 2.She planned their trip to Greece very ________________________. 3.Jim painted the kitchen very ________________________. 4.She speaks very ________________________. 5.Turn the stereo down. It's too ________________________. 6.He skipped ________________________ down the road to school. 7.He drives too ________________________.
Adverbs of Manner Often these adverbs are formed by Adding -ly to the end of an adjective; kind-kindly, quiet-quietly. Adjectives ending -l add -ly ; careful-carefully.
Adverbs of Manner Pages What is an adverb? Korean = 부사 An adverb changes the meaning of the verb ( 동사 ). It tells us how the verb is done.
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Adverbs. We do not use adjectives to describe verbs. We use adverbs. Example: I walk slowly. She speak softly. Most adverbs are formed by adding ‘ly’
Adjectives and Adverbs Chapter 29. Part A Defining and Using Adjectives and Adverbs Adjectives and adverbs are two kinds of descriptive words. Adjectives.
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Today we are going to learn about… What is an adverb?
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Adverb An adverb modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
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Adverbs. Lesson Overview What is an Adverb? How adverbs are form? Kinds of Adverbs. -adverbs of Manner -adverbs of Place -adverbs of Time -adverbs of.
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Adding ‘ly’ to words ‘ ly’ is a suffix- added to the ends of words. L.O. Use the ‘change y to I’ rule for spelling.
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ADVERBS. We have seen that an adjective is a word that gives more information about a noun or pronoun. An adverb is usually defined as a word that gives.
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Making adverbs from adjectives To change an adjective into an adverb, simply add ‘ly’ as a surfix. However, if the adjective ends in ‘y’ change to ‘ily’.
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