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Adverbs ( 副詞 ) --- to describe the verb ( 動詞 ) Adverbs adv. (short form)
The most common types of adverbs: 1. Adverbs of Time ( 時間） Tomorrow, now, today, soon ….. 2. Adverbs of Place ( 地方） here, there ……
3. Adverbs of Manner ( 態度 ) slowly, happily …… 4. Adverbs of Degree ( 程度） very, too, enough …..
Formation of Adverbs: 1. Adjective + “ly” e.g. adjectives badbrightbrave adverbs badlybrightlybravely
Formation of Adverbs: If the Adjective ends with “y” e.g. adjectives busyeasyhappy adverbs busilyeasilyhappily “y” “i” + “ly”
Formation of Adverbs: If the Adjective ends with “le” e.g. adjectives gentlenoblesuitable adverbs gentlynoblysuitably “e” “y”
Formation of Adverbs: Same form as Adjective e.g. adjectives highfasthard adverbs highfasthard
Formation of Adverbs: Same form as Adjective (con’t) e.g. adjectives earlylatedeep adverbs earlylatedeep
Formation of Adverbs: Same form as Adjective (con’t) e.g. adjectives lowrightlongnear adverbs lowrightlongnear
Formation of Adverbs: 2. Noun + “ly” e.g. Nouns dayhourmonthyear Adverbs dailyhourlymonthlyyearly
Adverbs of Manner: -- tells us how the action goes -- adverb is usually placed after the verb
Adverbs of Manner: 1. How does the dog bark? The dog barks loudly. e.g. 2. How does the man walk? The man walks slowly.
Practice 1. They ran ____________ (quick) to the school. 2. They read ____________ (quiet) in the library. quickly quietly
Practice 3. May sings ____________ (beautiful). 4. The sun shines _________ (bright) in the sky. beautifully brightly
Practice 5. The boys eat their lunch _________ (hungry). 6. They play in the playground _____. (happy) hungrily happily
Practice 7. The lion roars ________ (fierce). 8. We have to work _______. (fast) fiercely fast
Practice 9. Amy dances _______. (well) 10. The students work _____. (hard) well hard
Practice 11. He gets up ______. (early) 12. Today is New Year Eve so he will go to bed ________ (late). early late
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