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© 2005 www.teachit.co.uk Quick fire adverbs Here’s a reminder: An ADVERB is a word or phrase that describes the verb, often telling us how something is.

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1 © Quick fire adverbs Here’s a reminder: An ADVERB is a word or phrase that describes the verb, often telling us how something is done. He ran quickly. VERB ADVERB NEXT ADVERBSADVERBS

2 © Quick fire adverbs Adverbs give information about the time, place and manner of the action. In other words, WHEN, WHERE and HOW the action is done.WHENWHERE HOW NEXT ADVERBSADVERBS

3 © Quick fire adverbs that tell us WHEN: frequently prematurely usually inevitably daily weekly during regularly recently suddenly periodically promptly ADVERBSADVERBS

4 © Quick fire adverbs that tell us WHERE: Overhead nearby inside there underneath outside alongside above ahead away behind CAREFUL: these type of adverb often do not end in ‘ly’! ADVERBSADVERBS

5 © Quick fire adverbs that tell us HOW: arrogantly tenderly nervously safely brilliantly angrily lazily affectionately confidently dramatically ADVERBSADVERBS

6 © Quick fire adverbs QUI Z You’re going to see some sentences. Read them, find the adverb and decide if it’s an adverb that tells you about WHEN, WHERE or HOW. For ADVERBS that tell us WHERE – STAND UP For ADVERBS that tell us HOW – put HANDS on your HEAD For ADVERBS that tell us WHEN – touch your NOSE START QUIZ ADVERBSADVERBS

7 © Quick fire adverbs The baby was born prematurely. ANSWER WHENHOWWHERE

8 © Quick fire adverbs that tell us WHEN: frequently prematurely usually inevitably daily weekly during regularly recently suddenly periodically promptly NEXT ADVERBSADVERBS

9 © Quick fire adverbs Nervously, he approached the fierce lion. ANSWER WHENHOWWHERE

10 © Quick fire adverbs that tell us HOW: arrogantly tenderly nervously safely brilliantly angrily lazily affectionately confidently dramatically NEXT ADVERBSADVERBS

11 © Quick fire adverbs Peter frequently visits the old store on Mansion road ANSWER WHENHOWWHERE

12 © Quick fire adverbs that tell us WHEN: frequently prematurely usually inevitably daily weekly during regularly recently suddenly periodically promptly NEXT ADVERBSADVERBS

13 © Quick fire adverbs The plane flew overhead and scared away the birds ANSWER Be careful! WHENHOWWHERE

14 © Quick fire adverbs that tell us WHERE: Overhead nearby inside there underneath outside alongside above ahead away behind CAREFUL: these type of adverb often do not end in ‘ly’! NEXT ADVERBSADVERBS

15 © Quick fire adverbs He kissed her tenderly on the cheek ANSWER WHENHOWWHERE

16 © Quick fire adverbs that tell us HOW: arrogantly tenderly nervously safely brilliantly angrily lazily affectionately confidently dramatically NEXT ADVERBSADVERBS

17 © Quick fire adverbs Daniel checks his aquarium on a daily basis. ANSWER WHENHOWWHERE

18 © Quick fire adverbs that tell us WHEN: frequently prematurely usually inevitably daily weekly during regularly recently suddenly periodically promptly NEXT ADVERBSADVERBS

19 © Quick fire adverbs The boats made their way to the quay and anchored alongside. ANSWER WHENHOWWHERE

20 © Quick fire adverbs that tell us WHERE: Overhead nearby inside there underneath outside alongside above ahead away behind CAREFUL: these type of adverb often do not end in ‘ly’! NEXT ADVERBSADVERBS

21 © Quick fire adverbs He usually makes his rounds during the morning break. ANSWER WHENHOWWHERE

22 © Quick fire adverbs that tell us WHEN: frequently prematurely usually inevitably daily weekly during regularly recently suddenly periodically promptly START AGAIN ADVERBSADVERBS


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