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 Review and Practice.  Modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.  Many adverbs end in “ly” o The rain poured steadily. o His memories were.

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1  Review and Practice

2  Modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.  Many adverbs end in “ly” o The rain poured steadily. o His memories were extremely vivid. o She responded very quickly.  Some adverbs do not end in “ly” o I am very tired.

3  A word that modifies: o a verb The turtle moved slowly. How did the turtle move?  A word that modifies: o an adjective You are too smart to do anything that dumb. How smart? How dumb? He drove a very fast car. How fast?  A word that modifies: o another adverb She moved quite slowly down the aisle. How slowly? Jessie sang very loudly at the concert. How loudly?

4 o How? Alice swiftly rode her bike to the store. How did she ride? “swiftly” o When? Alice went to the store yesterday. When did she go? “yesterday” o Where? Alice got lost on her way to the store so she turned around. Where did she turn? “around” o How much? To what extent? The weights are too heavy. How much are they heavy? “too”

5 1. Alexandra practiced soccer frequently. 2. Jeffrey always wanted to be an astronaut. 3. Aaron’s father sang the song loudly. 4. The small girl eagerly licked her ice cream cone. 5. My parents will arrive tomorrow. 6. The angry bear growled menacingly. 7. The captain quickly boarded the boat. 8. The show will begin soon. 9. The sneaky snake slithered swiftly and silently. (2) 10. My neighbors often visit their grandmother.

6 1. Alexandra practiced soccer frequently. 2. Jeffrey always wanted to be an astronaut. 3. Aaron’s father sang the song loudly. 4. The small girl eagerly licked her ice cream cone. 5. My parents will arrive tomorrow. 6. The angry bear growled menacingly. 7. The captain quickly boarded the boat. 8. The show will begin soon. 9. The sneaky snake slithered swiftly and silently. (2) 10. My neighbors often visit their grandmother.

7 1. His hands are too close to the power tools. 2. I am very sorry for speaking without permission. 3. Wow, your muscles are so strong. 4. The motorbike was rather noisy without its muffler. 5. Carol is less motivated to exercise since it has been raining. 6. The school is surprisingly big on the inside. 7. The team seemed extremely upset by the loss. 8. You are totally cool.

8 1. His hands are too close to the power tools. 2. I am very sorry for speaking without permission. 3. Wow, your muscles are so strong. 4. The motorbike was rather noisy without its muffler. 5. Carol is less motivated to exercise since is has been raining. 6. The school is surprisingly big on the inside. 7. The team seemed extremely upset by the loss. 8. You are totally cool.

9 1. The guard walked very cautiously into the building. 2. The busy beaver gnawed quite furiously on the tree trunk. 3. Quite suddenly, the horse bolted across the field. 4. She will rather proudly show you the suitcase that she bought for next to nothing. 5. Don’t work too quickly or you might forget something.

10 1. The guard walked very cautiously into the building. 2. The busy beaver gnawed quite furiously on the tree trunk. 3. Quite suddenly, the horse bolted across the field. 4. She will rather proudly show you the suitcase that she bought for next to nothing. 5. Don’t work too quickly or you might forget something.

11 1. The content cat purred loudly. 2. Andrea happily sang as she walked. 3. The mother lovingly held her tiny baby. 4. We ate a picnic lunch outside. 5. The boys ran quickly through the yard. 6. The teacher smiled encouragingly. 7. My dad gathered the broken pieces of glass carefully. 8. The postal worker brought me a letter yesterday. 9. My aunt sat there. 10. The thunder roared ominously, scaring the small children.

12 1. The content cat purred loudly. 2. Andrea happily sang as she walked. 3. The mother lovingly held her tiny baby. 4. We ate a picnic lunch outside. 5. The boys ran quickly through the yard. 6. The teacher smiled encouragingly. 7. My dad gathered the broken pieces of glass carefully. 8. The postal worker brought me a letter yesterday. 9. My aunt sat there. 10. The thunder roared ominously, scaring the small children.

13  Good = Adjective o I am good at soccer. o She makes good toast. o We hope you have a good day.  Well = Adverb o I am doing well. o Andrea sings well. o Sam does well in school.


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