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Adverbs Fossils Lesson 5
Adjectives Adverbs are words that describe verbs. An adverb can tell how. An adverb can tell when. An adverb can tell where. Many adverbs that tell how end in -ly
Examples of Adverbs The chorus sang the song loudly. (how) They always practice for two hours. (when) The girls will stand there to sing. (where)
Tell your partner an adverb that can fit in the blank. 1.I swam ________ in the pool. 2.__________ I played at the park. 3.She is _______ yelling at me!
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Try It! Read the sentences. Circle the adverbs. 1.Your muscles let you move easily. 2.Cardiac muscle keeps your heart beating strongly. 3.Skeletal muscles let us move our bones slowly. 4.You can usually control your skeletal muscles. 5.Nerve signals from the brain always tell the muscles what to do.
Practice Read the sentences below. Write an adverb in the blank that best completes the sentence. 6.The cheetah can run _______. 7.They ________ stretch their arms and legs. 8.Some cheetahs swim _______. 9.A cheetah can growl ________. 10.Baby cheetahs ______ stay close to their mothers.
Proofread Read the paragraph below. Underline the articles and circle the adjectives. There are 13. Ants and termites live in large colonies. Ants have long legs and can run swiftly. They can climb anywhere. Termites eat mostly plants. Many termites build mounds underground. The mounds have thick walls to keep out anteaters. Ants can easily lift things that weigh more than they do. Army ants are always on the move. The queen waits patiently for the workers to bring her food. Studying insects is sometimes fun.