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1 adverbs and adverbial phrases Types of adverbs: Time: immediately, Manner: Frequency: Degree: Comment:

2 adverbs and adverbial phrases Types of adverbs: Time: immediately, early, five minutes later, last year Manner: angrily Frequency: always Degree: unbelievably, increasingly Comment: unfortunately

3 Where should you put an adverb? At the beginning or end of the phrase / sentence, or in the middle (usually before the main verb) 1.He speaks three languages fluently. 2.I hardly ever have breakfast during the week. 3.My brother was in a car crash, but fortunately he wasn’t hurt. 4.It’s often extremely hot in Greece in July and August. 5.When I know the date, I’ll call you straight away.

4 Incredibly stories bad careful correct hard fast brilliant happy safe extreme Jack won the tennis final because he played ____ My brother had an accident because he was driving too ___ You’ll have to think very ___ before you decide whether to accept the job. I speak French very ___ No one can understand me. Who can spell this word ___? Although the weather was awful, the plane landed ___ His parents have been ___ married for nearly forty years. She works ___ ___ ambitious as well.

5 Incredibly stories bad careful correct hard fast brilliant happy safe extreme Jack won the tennis final because he played brilliantly. My brother had an accident because he was driving too fast. You’ll have to think very carefully before you decide whether to accept the job. I speak French very badly. No one can understand me. Who can spell this word correctly? Although the weather was awful, the plane landed safely. His parents have been happily married for nearly forty years. She works extrememly hard ambitious as well.

6 Order the words to make sentences tall / son / incredibly / has / your / grown ill / hardly / daughter / is / my / ever parents / next / are / his / retiring / year body / rude / teacher / was / the / extremely / his we / umbrella / an / had / luckily / taken at / police / immediately / bank / arrived / the / the is / James / apparently / divorced / getting

7 tall / son / incredibly / has / your / grown Your son has grown incredibly tall. ill / hardly / daughter / is / my / ever My daughter is hardly ever ill. parents / next / are / his / retiring / year His parents are retiring next year. boy / rude / teacher / was / the / extremely / his / to The boy was extremely rude to his teacher. we / umbrella / an / had / luckily / taken Luckily we had taken an umbrella. at / police / immediately / bank / arrived / the / the The police arrived immediately at the bank. is / James / apparently / divorced / getting Apparently James is getting a divorce.


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