Adverb / Adjective 6te1 Adverbs In German adjectives and adverbs have the same form. In English we use different forms.
Adverb / Adjective 6te2 Function describe verbs describe other adverbs describe adjectives describe complete sentences We use adverbs to:
Adverb / Adjective 6te3 Practice Page It's terribly cold. This steak is badly cooked. He is unusually fast. He madly loves her. Luckily, he didn‘t fall. They beat them terribly easily adjective verb sentence adverb
Adverb / Adjective 6te4 Exceptions good -ly words (friendly, ugly, silly, lovely) fast, long, low, daily, monthly, weekly hard well in a............ way adjective = adverb hard / hardly
Adverb / Adjective 6te5 Practice Page Janet talks so that nobody can understand her Dave plays tennis Susan is, and They built this house His arm was aching quicklyeasily fairlywell Quick; easy; fair; good; dangerous; stupid; terrible; clever dangerousstupidterrible terriblycleverly badly
Adverb / Adjective 6te6 Comparison more, most => all adverbs ending in –ly -er; -est => all adverbs with one syllable well – better – best badly – worse - worst
Adverb / Adjective 6te7 Word order manner – place – time They practised hard in the gym before the game Never put adverbs between verb and object! Sie spricht gut Englisch / She speaks E. well.