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Adjectives & Adverbs Adjectives describe a noun (A person, place or a thing) Adverbs describe a verb (It may answer, How? How often? When? Where?)
The kids were playing in the rain.
The girl was sitting on the bench.
Fireworks filled the sky.
The dog was playing in the snow.
We looked at the mountain.
The cheetahs were running across the savannah.
The kids are making a mess.
The cars were moving on the road.
The kids were whispering.
The racers were running.
The gymnast leaped off the beam into the air.
The ground was covered with snow.
Flowers were blooming in the park.
His ice cream fell on the sidewalk.
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