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ADVERB Think of it this way:Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. Think of it this way: ADVERB
Adverbs show HOW an action happens…Jason quickly read the book. Diana sincerely cares for her best friend. Louis paints his picture independently.
Adverbs describe WHEN an action happens…We are going to the ballpark today. Tomorrow the Rangers play the Yankees. They could win the World Series soon.
Adverbs describe WHERE an action happens…He put the paper here. You must turn your homework in over there. When she finished, she put the book down.
Adverbs show TO WHAT EXTENT…They were extremely happy. The team celebrated for a very long time. The game was really fun to watch.
1. I carefully glued the last piece onto the model.
2. Francis played on the beach yesterday.
3. I will visit my friend tomorrow.
4. George, will you come here?
5. They swam lazily in the pool.
6. Neil slowly placed a card on the card house.
7. They cheerfully sing songs.
8. Nathan stamped his feet angrily.
9. My father snored loudly on the couch.
10. Sam accidentally slipped on the ice.
1. Three turtles swam in the pond.
2. Molly and Jenny tried to finish a difficult puzzle.
3. Their mother made a delicious dinner.
4. Did you see that green car race down the street?
5. George and Jessica shoveled the snowy sidewalk.
6. Clean up this huge mess!
7. The thief walked past the sleeping guard.
8. Have you seen my blue pencil?
9. Cheyenne cleaned the dirty window.
10. The playful chimpanzee swung on the rope.
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