Add adjectives for these nouns: 1. markers 2. audience 3. love 4. actor
Adverbs! Definition: Adverbs MODIFY (add on to) verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.
Adverbs modify verbs The girl danced quickly. The monkey climbed up. The man badly injured himself. Finish this with an adverb: The plant grew _______________.
Adverbs modify adjectives The brother is quite nice. I am always late. Finish this with an adverb: The show is ______________ interesting.
Adverbs modifying other adverbs Adverb inception! They walked exceedingly far. He left very soon. She is going right now. Finish this with an adverb: The sweater was ______________ quite warm.
Your Turn! 1. Write a sentence that includes an ADVERB modifying a verb. Ex. I sang loudly. 2. Write a sentence that includes an ADVERB modifying an adjective. Ex. The girl is quite smart. 3. Write a sentence that includes an ADVERB modifying another adverb. Ex. The monkey ran rather slowly.
Adverbs of time Words such as that tell when it is happening: afterwards, always, immediately, now, soon, yesterday, then, before. Examples: The man fell yesterday. I went before. She saw the criminal now.
Adverbs of place Words that tell where something is happening: above, below, upstairs, underneath, there, here She stopped there. They were on the floor above. Please go upstairs.
Take Out: Adverbs notes sheet 7 th – Coraline, 6 th – Upstairs Room – on the side of your desk
REVIEW Adjectives modify NOUNS What do adverbs modify (3 things) ? Verbs, adjectives, and adverbs! She slowly crawled out of the well. (“slowly” describing the verb “crawled) She had a rather ferocious pet. (“rather” describing the adjective “ferocious”) He almost quickly ran. (“almost” describing the adverb “quickly”)
Warm Up – Monday, 2/24 Identify the adverbs in each sentence. 1. The girl slowly ate her sandwich. 2. She stomped upstairs. 3. He will enjoy the reward tomorrow. 4. She very irrationally made her decision. 5. That is a rather dark jacket.
Warm Up answers Identify the adverbs in each sentence. 1. The girl slowly ate her sandwich. 2. She stomped upstairs. 3. He will enjoy the reward tomorrow. 4. She very irrationally made her decision. 5. That is a rather dark jacket.
Adverbs of Manner Tells HOW something is done: badly, happily, sadly, quickly, well Examples: They had to think fast. She did the exercise well. He slowly walked. Finish this: She smiled _________.
Adverbs of Degree Tells to what level or extent that something is done or happens: almost, much, nearly, quite, really, so, too, very, etc. Examples: She almost made the team. He is a very fluffy dog. Finish this: He is _______________ sweet.
Adverbs of Frequency Tells how often something is done: again, always, frequently, almost, never, rarely, weekly, twice, etc. Examples: They were almost fifty points ahead. We occasionally visit each other. He usually completes his assignments. Finish this: She ___________ sees her friends.