AVVERBI MAGIC HAPPILY HAPPY POSSIBLE POSSIBLY VARAZIONI ORTOGRAFICHE: MAGICALLY Un po’ di pratica: FUNNY FUNNILY TRAGIC TRAGICALLY CLUMSY CLUMSILY SENSIBLE SENSIBLY
AVVERBI HARD LATE EARLY FORME IRREGOLARI: HARD HARDLY vuol dire ‘a malapena’ FAST FAR GOOD WELL
How do you dance? Answer the questions using adverbs. How do you sing? How do you ride your moped?
How do you play volleyball? Answer the questions using adverbs. How do you do your homework? How do you dress for school?
When do you usually get to school? Answer the questions using adverbs. How do you speak French? How do you type?
COMPARATIVI DEGLI AVVERBI (maggioranza) MORE + avverbio + (THAN) I understand French MORE EASILY than English. She dresses MORE FASHIONABLY than me. Why don’t you drive MORE SLOWLY?
HARD LATER (than) LATE EARLY EARLIER (than) HARDER (than) FAST FASTER (than) FAR FURTHER (than) WELL BETTER (than) COMPARATIVI DEGLI AVVERBI IRREGOLARI (maggioranza) Si usa il comparativo dell’aggettivo corrispondente. Il comparativo di BADLY è: WORSE (than)
I go to bed EARLIER than my wife. I can speak BETTER than last year. I used to drive FASTER when I was in my 20s. I really think you should study HARDER. COMPARATIVI DEGLI AVVERBI IRREGOLARI (maggioranza)
I don’t cook AS BADLY AS my brother. COMPARATIVI DEGLI AVVERBI (uguaglianza) Si usa sempre: AS + avverbio + (AS) The TGV goes AS FAST AS the Eurostar. COMPARATIVI DEGLI AVVERBI (minoranza) Si usa sempre: LESS + avverbio + (THAN) He studies LESS CAREFULLY than me. My car goes LESS FAST than before.